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Review: Blair Witch

PLOT: James, the younger brother of THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT's Heather Donahue , receives a video that appears to show the infamous footage of her final days in the haunted Black Hills Forest, where the fabled Blair Witch resides. Setting out with a group of friends and two strangers who know the area, James plunges into the woods to find out what really happened to his sister....
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09.16.2016
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Review: The Light Between Oceans

PLOT: At the end of World War I, a war veteran seeks out a quiet life on the western coast of Australia as a lighthouse keeper. He eventually falls in love with a beautiful young teacher, and together they forge a happy life on an isolated island. A series of miscarriages threatens to doom them, but when they find a baby in a rowboat washed upon the shore, they make the fateful...
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09.02.2016
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Review: Zoom

PLOT: Three stories - an employee at a sex doll factory gets breast implants; a famous director decides to make an arthouse movie; a beautiful model starts writing a book - are inextricably linked together in startling ways. REVIEW: ZOOM is a thoroughly unexpected surprise, a movie that is - at the moment - completely under the radar. For what reason, I don't know. It's...
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08.30.2016
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Review: White Girl

PLOT: A naive young woman moves to Queens, New York and is quickly swept up in a love affair with a neighborhood drug dealer, leading her down a path of addiction and abuse. REVIEW: After debuting at Sundance this past winter, WHITE GIRL might as well arrive carrying the label "the feel-bad movie of the year." It's a grimy, distressing slice of New York City life...
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08.29.2016
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Review: Hands of Stone

PLOT: The rollercoaster life of Panamanian boxer Roberto Duran includes rising up from the streets of Panama to become one of the greatest fighters of his time, his friendship with trainer Ray Arcel and his rivalry with American showboat Sugar Ray Leonard. REVIEW: Roberto Duran is such a dynamic, fascinating figure, it's hard to believe it took this long to bring his...
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08.26.2016
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Review: The Sea of Trees

PLOT: A depressed American man travels to Japan's "Suicide Forest" on a quest to end it all. A chance meeting with another lost soul makes him rethink his decision, as well as ponder the events that led him there in the first place. REVIEW: THE SEA OF TREES is pretty to look at but tough to swallow; maybe because it's like trying to drink sap. Cloying in an...
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08.25.2016
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Review: Pete's Dragon

PLOT: An orphaned young boy discovers a dragon in the woods, which he quickly befriends. After some years pass, both are discovered by outsiders, and the friendship is tested as the boy is brought into civilization as the dragon is hunted by frightened townsfolk. REVIEW: PETE'S DRAGON is a disarmingly effective movie. I hesitate to use the term "children's...
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08.12.2016
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Review: Hell or High Water

PLOT: Two brothers plan a string of bank robberies in order to pay off the mortgage on their family farm while a marshal on the verge of retirement tracks them down. REVIEW: HELL OR HIGH WATER tells the simplest, most predictable tale possible and manages to keep us riveted every step of the way. Two brothers rob banks, not exactly gracefully, while a gruff old lawman on the...
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08.11.2016
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Review: Sausage Party

This review originally ran as part of our Comic-Con 2016 coverage PLOT: Various members of the supermarket food community, previously under the assumption that they go to paradise after they're chosen to leave the store, discover that what human "gods" have planned for them is certain doom. One sausage and one hot dog bun set out into the wilds of the market to...
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08.10.2016
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Review: Suicide Squad (Paul Shirey's take)

Read Chris Bumbray's review HERE! Since the first trailer dropped at Comic-Con a year ago, SUICIDE SQUAD has been on the radar of comic fans and non-fans alike. It was a risky move, taking a ragtag team of lesser-known characters in the DCEU zeitgeist and putting them together in their own tentpole superhero flick. Of course, this was pieced together before the tidal wave of...
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08.05.2016
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Review: Batman: The Killing Joke (Comic Con 2016)

PLOT: As Batman hunts for the escaped Joker, the Clown Prince of Crime attacks the Gordon family to prove a diabolical point mirroring his own fall into madness. REVIEW: Well this is a film that has been a very long time coming. Since Alan Moore's acclaimed graphic novel "Batman: The Killing Joke" released in 1988, fans around the world have been aching for the...
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07.24.2016
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Review: Ghostbusters (Eric Walkuski's take)

Read Chris Bumbray's take HERE! PLOT: After it becomes obvious that a supernatural presence (or several of them) is haunting the city of New York, four women decide to pool their resources and become the Ghostbusters. REVIEW: I walked into GHOSTBUSTERS with an open mind, ready to like it. Shouldn’t have to preface a review that way, but you know how it goes with this...
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07.14.2016
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