Review: ‘Clifford The Big Red Dog’The Big Red Canine Is Still Adorable, But The...

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Special Guest Writer: Benjamin Price of KIDS FIRST! (@bennylovesfilms) Clifford the Big Red Dog is nearing his 50th birthday. The cute and clumsy children's book...

Review: ‘Hard Love’Nina Dobrev Leads A Holiday Rom-Com Packed With Lighthearted Fun, Friendship And...

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It's only the beginning of November and Christmas, along with her plethora of Rom Com movies, are bursting through the “Let’s Skip Thanksgiving” holiday...

Review: ‘One Shot’Scott Adkins' Action Film Has Moments But Fails To Fully Capitalize On...

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In some unknown island there lies a CIA black site prison housing some of the world’s most dangerous terrorists. This island is the setting...
Dangerous

Review: ‘Dangerous’Scott Eastwood Is a Reformed Ex-Con Sociopath Caught In A Siege

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On paper a film like Dangerous has potential. A sociopath who can kill at will has been released from prison and engages in therapy...

Review: ‘Red Notice’Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, And Gal Gadot Give Their Fans What They...

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Let's be honest; if you're watching Netflix's Red Notice it's for one thing. Well, three things: Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, and Ryan Reynolds. You can't argue...

Review: ‘Eternals’Marvel's Most Ambitious Film Is Also Sure To Be Its Most Divisive

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Despite being the undisputed juggernaut of the Hollywood landscape, the Marvel Cinematic Universe spent years being criticized for its homogenous, generic superhero movies. That...

Review: ‘Finch’Tom Hanks Road Trips With A Dog And An Annoying Robot In A...

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From crossing the Old West in last year's great News of the World, to traveling the West in Miguel Sapochnik's sci-fi film Finch, Tom...
Marionette

Review: ‘Marionette’A 'Sixth Sense'-esque Psychological Thriller That Gets Delightfully Weird In A Great Way

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There could be a few comparisons between Marionette and The Sixth Sense. Both films deal with a psychologist with their own issues in regards...

Review: ‘Spencer’Kristen Stewart Makes For A Luminous Princess Diana In A Film That Fails...

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*NOTE: This review was originally part of our Middleburg Film Festival coverage. Spencer opens in theaters on November 5th.* Right from the beginning of Chilean...

Review: ‘Ida Red’Melissa Leo, Josh Hartnett, And Frank Grillo Are A Close-Knit Crime Family...

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Ida Red is quite the cracking little crime thriller, the latest from Tulsa, Oklahoma's own writer/director John Swab. In Swab's second film of the year...