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: ‘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: ‘Happily’No Relationship Is Perfect In Jack Black-Produced Dark Comedy Starring Joel McHale &...

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You never really know what people think about you, even your closest friends. Janet (Kerry Bishé) and Tom (Joel McHale) find that out the...

Review: ‘The Beach House’Liana Liberato’s Beach Vacation Turns Into A Pandemic Nightmare

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You’d think some time away from the hustle and bustle of the real world would be a good idea, right? That’s exactly what Emily...

Review: ‘City Of Lies’Not Even Forest Whitaker And Johnny Depp Can Salvage This Long-Awaited...

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The 1997 murder of Christopher Wallace, aka The Notorious B.I.G., remains unsolved nearly twenty-five years later. Many wonder how it is possible that no...

Review: ‘Almost Love’A Look At Relationships Through The Eyes Of Six Friends

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Almost Love, written and directed by Mike Doyle, explores the relationships within a group of thirty something year-olds living in New York. At the...

Review: ‘Lost Transmissions’Simon Pegg Exceeds All Expectations Portraying A Schizophrenic Record Producer

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Lost Transmissions explores the oft stigmatized world of mental health through the eyes of a talented record producer and a songwriter trying to get...

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...

Review: ‘The Song Of Names’, A Powerful World War II Drama With Music At...

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  In a day and age where it seems like every year is highlighted by what addition(s) will be made to the Marvel cinematic universe – dominating...

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...