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: ‘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...

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...

Review: ‘Apex’Add Another Bruce Willis B- List Sci-Fi Action Film To The List

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The newest Bruce Willis action sci-fi flick is here in Apex. It seems like every time you look up, Willis has another B list...

Review: ‘I Still Believe’Jeremy Camp’s Story Of Love, Music, And Faith

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I Still Believe tells the true story of Christian singer Jeremy Camp (K.J. Apa) and his first wife Melissa Henning (Britt Robertson). In September...

Review: ‘Songbird’Nobody Can Save This Michael Bay-Produced Covid Dystopia

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I’m not sure that what everyone struggling through the reality of this global pandemic was hoping for was another mediocre “thriller”. Let alone one...