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YAKUZA, THE

THE YAKUZA REVIEWED “The Yakuza” is a 70s modern noir film that attempts to try and blend old world and new world styles. Sydney Pollack did his best to shoot in Japan, use a native film crew and shoot in

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FIRST REFORMED

FIRST REFORMED REVIEWED “First Reformed” is probably the best film about hope released in the last few years. Sorry, popcorn cinema kids who can only make it to the theater when Lucasfilm

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YAKUZA, THE

THE YAKUZA REVIEWED “The Yakuza” is a 70s modern noir film that attempts to try and blend old world and new world styles. Sydney Pollack did his best to shoot in Japan,

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DYING OF THE LIGHT

THE PLOT THUS FAR Evan Lake (Cage), a veteran CIA agent, has been ordered to retire. But when his protégé (Yelchin) uncovers evidence that Lake’s nemesis, the terrorist Banir (Karim), has resurfaced,

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