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Sometimes Always Never [Film Review]

Alan (Bill Nighy) is a stylish tailor with moves as sharp as his suits. He has spent years searching tirelessly for his missing son Michael who stormed out over a game of Scrabble. With a body to iden...

6.7 Fair
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No Small Matter educational film review

No Small Matter tackles early childhood education in the first five years of a child’s life. While the loaded issue has been used to gain political favor over the years, no one has seriously set...

9.2 Amazing
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Rewind movie review

Rewind follows a young man’s quest to figure out his childhood through a series of video tapes. This isn’t some goofy kid trying to piece together what he liked about being a kid. Oh no, t...

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Scoob proves that every studio still wants a Cinematic Universe [Movie Review]

Scoob is a movie about a boy and his dog opening a portal to Hell with his friends. Before we dive into that, let’s take a moment to appreciate how a cartoon franchise can last for 51 years with...

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How Capone Made Me Respect Josh Trank [Movie Review]

Capone has been getting lambasted by early reviewers, as it doesn’t fit their selective mold. What’s funny is that after reviewing movies and other pop culture in the real world and in the...

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True History of the Kelly Gang IFC film review

True History of the Kelly Gang is yet another take on Ned Kelly. But, it might be my favorite one. So many people outside of Australia won’t realize how influential the Ned Kelly story is to fil...

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Quarantine Spring 2020 Film Reviews

The Quarantine Spring 2020 Film Reviews have started. Social distancing has never looked as good as getting to watch and review films in a self-quarantine. So, let’s do thing right in 2020. Let&...


The Mindfulness Movement movie review

The Mindfulness Movement feels way more like a puff piece for something larger than actual documentary. Information has become a weapon and it’s strategically developed to constantly blast us wi...

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Single SXSW 2020 Short Film review

Single might be the best SXSW short that I’ve ever seen. Short films never get the respect they deserve among film fans. Most of that is due to not playing in traditional cinemas and be relegate...

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