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CONFIRMATION

CONFIRMATION REVIEWED “Confirmation” is a film that HBO should be proud to have produced. Taking the side of no one, the film

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CRIMES OF PASSION

CRIMES OF PASSION REVIEWED “Crimes of Passion” is the second of Ken Russell’s American films. Kathleen Turner and Anthony Perkins spend equal time chewing the scenery, but there’s so much going on here. While “Altered States” played things straightforward, “Crimes

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CONFIRMATION

CONFIRMATION REVIEWED “Confirmation” is a film that HBO should be proud to have produced. Taking the side of no one, the film seeks to see how ambiguity and personal bias creates scandal.

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CRIMES OF PASSION

CRIMES OF PASSION REVIEWED “Crimes of Passion” is the second of Ken Russell’s American films. Kathleen Turner and Anthony Perkins spend equal time chewing the scenery, but there’s so much going on

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CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR

CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR REVIEWED “Careful What You Wish For” wants to be Hitchcock, as much as it wants to be a Neo Noir. Nick Jonas could fare well in something

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CRIMINAL

CRIMINAL REVIEWED “Criminal” is a mess of a barely there plot twist by way of Sci-Fi device. Ryan Reynolds doesn’t get enough time to turn his dead agent Bill into a character

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CRIMINAL 4K

CRIMINAL 4K REVIEWED “Criminal” comes to Ultra HD 4K with a splash. While a modern spy thriller with Sci-Fi elements typically lends itself to looking great, the 4K disc really pops. Deep

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CODE OF HONOR

CODE OF HONOR REVIEWED “Code of Honor” features Seagal at his best. Seagal plays Robert Sikes, an older man that loses his family in a drive-by shooting. Now, he takes his former

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CLEOPATRA’S LOST TOMB

CLEOPATRA’S LOST TOMB REVIEWED “Cleopatra’s Lost Tomb” follows an amateur archaeologist, as she discovers a new city of the dead. Calling it Cleopatra’s Lost Tomb helps to sell it to PBS, but

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CAILLOU: GOES FOR THE GOLD

CAILLOU: GOES FOR THE GOLD REVIEWED “Goes for the Gold” is an Olympic themed Caillou compilation. Well, it’s athletic. Athletic for a young bald kid. It’s not quite the Special Olympics, but

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CHILDREN OF SYRIA

CHILDREN OF SYRIA REVIEWED “Children of Syria” shines a light on Europe’s largest migration crisis since the end of World War II. Millions of Syrians are pouring into Europe, as they try

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CHARLIE CHAN: 3-FILM COLLECTION

CHARLIE CHAN 3-FILM COLLECTION REVIEWED “Charlie Chan 3-Film Collection” is a series of three of the Monogram Pictures releases that WB controls now. You get one Toler flick, but the rest are

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