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Review: ‘Darkness Falls’Shawn Ashmore Is A Grief-Stricken Cop Obsessed With His Wife's Killers

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If the tagline feels like a spoiler, don’t worry: the trailer gives those details away as does the first five minutes of Darkness Falls. Before...
Fister Boy

Review: ‘Foster Boy’The Shaquille O’Neal Produced Legal Drama Tackles Private Foster Care

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“Too many foster kids are scared, neglected, lonely, and abused” - Shaquille O’Neal Screenwriter Jay Paul Deratany spent most of his career as a lawyer...

Review: ‘The Map Of Tiny Perfect Things’Kathryn Newton Stars In A Time-Loop Romance That...

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Mark (Kyle Allen) wakes up and goes about his day. Although everything is a mirror image of yesterday, and everything will be the exact...

Review: ‘The Djinn’IFC’s Newest Horror Will Make You Be Careful What You Wish For

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Dylan Jacobs (Ezra Dewey) and his father Michael (Rob Brownstein) are trying to pick up the pieces in The Djinn. It is the fall...

Review: ‘Ride The Eagle’Jake Johnson Leads One Of The Best Films Shot In Quarantine

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Actor Jake Johnson is probably best known for playing Nick Miller on FOX’s New Girl. Even three years after the show ended, Johnson’s loud,...

Review: ‘Selah And The Spades’Power Overshadows Grades In Tayarisha Poe's Stylish, Fearless High School...

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“When you’re 17, you have to grab control whenever you can." If those words weren't said by a teenager, you'd be okay with mistaking them...

Review: ‘Irresistible’Jon Stewart Delivers The "Undecided Voter" Of Political Comedies

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One of the reasons Trevor Noah hasn't quite clicked with The Daily Show audience as Jon Stewart did, is that Stewart was more than...

Review: ‘Bill & Ted Face The Music’A Mostly Excellent Sequel And A Poignant Passing...

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The arrival of Bill & Ted Face the Music didn't energize me the way it did fans of the cult favorite 1980s comedies, Bill & Ted's...

Review: ‘The Witches’Anne Hathaway Casts A Campy Spell But Can't Rescue Robert Zemeckis' Dull...

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Roald Dahl adaptations are always tricky to pull off, because the author's work often teeters between childish flights of fancy and the stuff of...

Review: ‘Wander Darkly’Sienna Miller And Diego Luna Lead A Trippy Romance Wrapped In An...

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Like a grim reflection of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Tara Miele's absorbing-but-unfocused Wander Darkly explores memory, trauma, and grief through the lens...