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Beautiful Boy - Film Review

Posted By Che Zuro

By Che Zuro Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carell in "Beautiful Boy" Beautiful Boy - such a difficult film to watch, not so much for the acting which was incredible, but for the story. This story was difficult to stomach as it shows what many people go ...

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Mary Poppins Returns - Film Review

Posted By Che Zuro

By Che Zuro Emily Blunt in "Mary Poppins Returns" As soon as I saw the previews of "Mary Poppins," I thought, "NO......!" Then I noticed "Returns" and thought, "Maybe......!" Being a non-fan of mostly everything that is a remake of something ...

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The Favourite - Film Review

Posted By Che Zuro

By Che Zuro Oliva Colman as Queen Anne in "The Favourite" Thinking The Favourite would be my favorite this season, I was sorely disappointed. With Olivia Colman playing Anne, Queen of Great Britain (circa 1702-1714), and the promotion of the film ...

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Mary Queen of Scots - Film Review

Posted By Che Zuro

By Che Zuro Saoirse Ronan in "Mary Queen of Scots" Photo by Liam Daniel - © Universal Pictures When I saw Mary Queen of Scots on my list to watch for awards season, I was thrilled, being a history buff and a fan of everything Scottish, so my review ...

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Bad Times at the El Royale - BeyondFest Film Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn Jeff Bridges, Jon Hamm, and Cynthia Erivo in "Bad Times at the El Royale" Photo credit: Kimberley French - © TM & © 2018 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Drew Goddard has worked on a lot of my favorite ...

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Two Strangers Who Meet Five Times - Short Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Photo by Hermes Lucas Marcus Markou's Two Strangers Who Meet Five Times touches on the topical issues of racism and poverty. This must-see film has been selected for numerous high profile film festivals and won many awards. The ...

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Warning Shot - Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

by Valerie Milano David Spade in "Warning Shot" Is there anything David Spade can't do? The answer is no. He is the most talented comedic actor of our time. Well, that is my opinion and this is not only a review of the film Warning Shot but maybe a ...

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Getting Started and One Way Street - Short Film Reviews

Posted By Valerie Milano

Getting Started and One Way Street are Andrea Meyerson's Funny, and Touching Views on Modern Romance by Valerie Milano Andrea Meyerson views the world a certain way; and it shows through in her films, and in her public demeanor. She seems to ...

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If I Leave Here Tomorrow - A Film About Lynyrd Skynyrd

Posted By Che Zuro

By Ché Zuro For anyone who grew up listening to Lynyrd Skynyrd, loving the band, hearing about their plane crash in 1977, or who is just a history and music buff, this documentary is for you! If I Leave Here Tomorrow is the newest film by Stephen ...

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BlacKkKlansman is Spike Lee's Timely Masterpiece

Posted By Joan Alperin

By Joan Alperin Adam Driver and John David Washington © 2018 Focus Featurs LLC. All rights reserved. Spike Lee's brilliant, powerful and extremely timely BlacKkKlansman, is one of the most important films of 2018. This is the true story of an ...

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Colette - Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Keira Knightly Photo by Robert Viglasky © 2018 BLEECKER STREET. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Colette, the story of celebrated French novelist Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, is a biopic of her life from the beginning of her marriage to the much ...

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The Secret Lives of Teachers - Short Film Review

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry Judith Eisenberg When Miss Faulker is patrolling the halls, students better watch out. In her sensible brown shoes and her prim brown pantsuit, Muriel Faulkner is the very model of a repressed high school Home Ec teacher. She does not ...

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Puzzle - Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Kelly MacDonald and Irrfan Khan in Sony Picture Classics "Puzzle." When we meet Agnes, she is waiting on the guests at her own birthday party like a listless servant. If it weren't for one iPhone, this suburban blue-collar household ...

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Mission: Impossible - Fallout - Film Review

Posted By Joan Alperin

By Joan Alperin Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible - Fallout Photo Credit: Paramount Pictures - © 2018 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved. In Mission: Impossible - Fallout, we find Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and the IMF team joining forces with CIA ...

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Don't Worry He Won't Get Far On Foot - Film Review

Posted By Joan Alperin

By Joan Alperin Joaquin Phoenix and Jonah Hill in "Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot," opening July 13. Don't Worry He Won't Get Far On Foot is the story of the crazy, self-destructive, but always fascinating and engaging cartoonist and ...

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