Review: ‘The Croods: A New Age’An Animated Comedy Enjoyable For All Ages And Time...

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After the better part of a decade, the Croods are back in The Croods: A New Age. While it may have been 7 years...

Review: ‘Jungleland’Charlie Hunnam Delivers A Knockout Performance In This Family Boxing Drama

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Lion (Jack O’Connell) and Stanley Kaminsky (Charlie Hunnam) are two brothers desperately trying to keep the American dream alive in Jungleland. Lion is a...

Review: ‘Fishbowl’Local Maryland Sibling Directors Bring A Family Thriller To Life

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Fishbowl follows the Simon family, who had everything going for them. Rick (Rick Kain) and his wife Macy (Judith Hoag) have three beautiful daughters...

Review: ‘Over The Moon’All Systems Go For Netflix's Chinese Moon Goddess Tale

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Netflix’s newest foray into the animated film space comes with Over the Moon. The film follows Fei Fei (Cathy Ang) a bright young girl...

Review: ‘The Complex: Lockdown’A Video Game Adaptation That Should Have Stuck To The Console

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The Complex, a full-motion video game (FMV), was released on all major systems months ago. In the game, developers tout a story that leads...

Review: ‘Don’t Look Back’The Newest Horror Story From The Creator Of Final Destination Leaves...

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It’s October and you know what that means! It’s that time of the year for horror movies to be front and center. The latest...

Review: ‘The Curse Of Audrey Earnshaw’A Tense Thriller Full Of Dark Magic

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In the new thriller The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw we see what happens when a community reaches its limits. In 1873 a group of...

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

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You always hear about people “abusing the system.” Learning the ins & outs, the ways to make it work for them. In I Care...

Review: ‘Up On The Glass’A Bland Thriller That Never Finds It's Footing

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Andy (Hunter Cross), Jack (Chase Fein), and Moze (Steve Holm) are three Dartmouth college grads that have a little reunion at Andy’s cottage on...

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...