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Review: 'Wind River' is the Sleeper Film of the Summer

Gripping and chilling, this slow burner is an absolute must-see. 

RATING: ★★★1/2 (out of four stars)

Sleeper hits are some of my favorite movies in cinema. 490 more words


Patriots Day

Viewed – 12 August 2017  Online rental

I don’t think it can be argued, that we live in scary times.  That also can’t be argued for world history either, but in our modern society, it’s still difficult to accept that such atrocities like 9/11 are even possible.  271 more words


Second Glance: The Scorsese-esque Melancholy of 'Cop Land'

Welcome to “Second Glance,” a bi-weekly column that spotlights an older film of note (thanks to an anniversary, a connection to a new release, or new disc or streaming availability) that was not as commercially or critically successful as it should’ve been. 1,382 more words



The camera swoops over rocky peaks and muddy roads covered in ice and snow. It’s an inhospitable and barren environment, as inviting as the Sahara Desert or the middle of the Pacific Oceans. 288 more words


Reasons For Contacting An Advisor For M & A In Fort Lauderdale And Orlando FL

There are numerous companies eager to acquire companies of small business rivals in order to get rid of the completion and expand their own business simultaneously. 514 more words


New on Netflix: Deepwater Horizon

Deepwater Horizon suffers from Multiple Film Disorder. There are two films struggling for dominance. There’s a corporate exposé, detailing the greed and incompetence that led to the one of the largest environmental disasters in history, and the deaths of 11 men. 536 more words


Deepwater Horizon (2016, dir. Peter Berg)

Drama based on the true story of a drilling rig disaster. Another effective Berg/Wahlberg collaboration after Lone Survivor (and the subsequent Patriots’ Day) that tells a true-life tale with an emphasis on ordinary people, camaraderie, and a little patriotism.

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