Review: ‘The Prey’A Run-Of-The-Mill Jungle Action Flick

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Going undercover as a cop is typically a risky endeavor, but The Prey takes that to a whole new level. Xin (Gu Shangwei) is...

Review: ‘Enhanced’A Run-Of-The-Mill Sci-Fi Action Flick From Former Stuntman/Fight Choreographer James Mark

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George Shepherd (George Tchortov) is a sergeant of a team working for a secret military project in Enhanced. There are mutants living amongst ordinary...

Review: ‘Extra Ordinary’Original Comedy Shows Ghostbusters Aren't The Only Ones Who Can Deal With...

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Extra Ordinary explores the world of ghosts all around us and those that have the ability to see and interact with them in a...

Review: ‘Half Brothers’Luke Greenfield's Newest Comedy Is Hilarious And Full Of Heart

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Renato (Ian Inigo) was having the time of his life growing up in Mexico in the mid-90s in Half Brothers. He had a great...

Review: ‘The Whistlers’, A Film Noir Where No One Is Clean As A Whistle

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  Mobsters and the police hunting them down. Corruption and deceit. Surveillance, backstabbing, robberies, and of course…whistling – what else would you expect from a modern-day film...

Review: ‘Debt Collectors’French And Sue Are Back For Round II

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There’s always room for a mindless action flick and Debt Collectors fits the bill. Following up it’s 2018 predecessor – The Debt Collector –...

Review: ‘I Care A Lot’Rosamund Pike And Peter Dinklage Go Toe-to-Toe In Superbly Evil...

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*NOTE: This is a reprint of Jake's review from last year's Toronto International Film Festival.* You always hear about people “abusing the system.” Learning the...

Review: ‘In The Tall Grass’ Keeps Getting Lost In The Weeds…Over And Over

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Netflix’s foray into Stephen King adaptations continues with In The Tall Grass, which was a collaboration between the horror legend and his son Joe Hill. Becky...

Review: ‘Critical Thinking’John Leguizamo's Directorial Debut Makes One Right Chess Move After Another

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Fun, interesting, stylish, and hip aren’t the words that typically come to mind when thinking of chess. Good thing writer Dito Montiel and John...

Review: ‘The Seventh Day’Not Even A Solid Performance From Guy Pearce Can Exorcise This...

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The Seventh Day chronicles those in the fight between good and evil that has been raging behind the scenes for centuries. Unbeknownst to the...