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Smashed (2012)

Directed by James Ponsoldt

Smashed is a sweet little independent drama about a woman’s sobriety that focuses less on the individual steps to recovery and more on the consequences of said sobriety.   1,080 more words

SXSW Review: 'Frances Ferguson'

Rating: 3/4

The camera in a mid shot comes into focus. There sits a blonde woman in court with a blue blazer and cream blouse. “This is the story of a woman cast adrift in the Midwest,” a voice over describes. 663 more words

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Written & Directed By: Drew Goddard
Cinematography By: Seamus McGarvey
Editor: Lisa Lassek 

Cast: Jon Hamm, Dakota Johnson, Jeff Bridges, Cynthia Erivo, Chris Hemsworth, Nick Offerman, Jim O’Heir, Lewis Pullman, Xavier Dolan, Shea Whigham  834 more words

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'Good Omens' Trailer: Angel Michael Sheen And Demon David Tennant Fight To Save The World In New Amazon Series

In Neil Gaiman’s new Amazon series Good Omens the end of the world is fast approaching and the forces of good and evil  set out to find the Anti-Christ to stop Armageddon from happening. 212 more words

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The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (2019)

Director: Mike Mitchell

Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure, Family

Runtime: 107 Minutes

Main Cast: Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Tiffany Haddish, Stephanie Beatriz, Alison Brie, Maya Rudolph, Nick Offerman, Charlie Day, Will Ferrell, Richard Ayoade… 508 more words

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"The Lego Movie 2" is Entertaining by the Brick

With numerous new characters and story ideas to expand its original concept, “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” proved that everything is awesome again five years later. 563 more words

Everything is Not Quite Awesome, But Still Pretty Fun - The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

The first Lego Movie was one of the most unique moments in modern cinema history. It was an absolutely shameless bit of corporate synergy that at the same time was a visual marvel filled with laughs, amazing animation, and an emotional gut punch of an ending that was surprisingly profound, taking us out of the animated world and into a reality of emotional resonance we just weren’t prepared for. 966 more words