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Richard Dreyfuss

GOODBYE GIRL, THE

THE GOODBYE GIRL REVIEWED “The Goodbye Girl” finds the two most annoying people in 1970s NYC and forces them to live together. In the middle of this is a 10 year old girl who talks like an elderly Jewish writer

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BOOK CLUB

BOOK CLUB REVIEWED “Book Club” feels like it arrived about 3-5 years too late. But, that seems apt when you acknowledge the film’s target audience. If you wanted to spend an early

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GOODBYE GIRL, THE

THE GOODBYE GIRL REVIEWED “The Goodbye Girl” finds the two most annoying people in 1970s NYC and forces them to live together. In the middle of this is a 10 year old

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DILLINGER

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] DILLINGER REVIEWED “Dillinger” is one of the greatest American International Pictures releases ever made. A lot of that had to do with John Milius making an insane directorial/writing debut. The cast

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SQUATTERS

  THE PLOT THUS FAR Imagine you had a chance to live someone else’s life… For two young drifters, Jonas (Thomas Dekker, TV’s “The Secret Circle”) and Kelly (Gabriella Wilde, Endless Love),

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