Review: ‘Lady Of The Manor’A G-Rated Stoner Flick That Will Put You In A...

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Lady of the Manor is a friendly supernatural and comedic version of when past and present collide. Lady Wadsworth (Judy Greer, Halloween Kills) is...

Review: ‘Small Engine Repair’Is A Pitch-Black Comedic Drama With A Wicked Twist

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Small Engine Repair transitions from an award-winning play to film screen that’s written, directed, and stars American playwright, screenwriter, and actor, John Pollono (Mob...

Review: ‘The Alpinist’A Captivating Documentary That Unveils The Dangerous Beauty Of Solo Mountain Climbing

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Veteran filmmaker Peter Mortimer (The Dawn Wall) and fellow director Nick Rosen set out to document the infamous Alpinist climber, Marc-André Leclerc.  A 23...

Review: ‘Who You Think I Am’Juliette Binoche Balances Cunning And Vulnerability In French Romantic...

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Who You Think I Am is a cinematic blend of catfishing, the predictably common mid-life crisis scenario, and a sexual thriller that bends reality...

Review: ‘Karen’Taryn Manning Is The "Karen" From Hell

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Karen is a modern day thriller about deep rooted racism that is written and directed by Coke Daniels (Highway). "Karen, is by far my...

Review: ‘Defining Moments’Sugarcoated Comedy Is Disappointing Final Screen Role For Burt Reynolds

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Defining Moments tells the story of an entangled group of people who are at a crossroads in their lives. Each story is conveyed like...

Review: ‘Confetti’Director Ann Hu’s Own Poignant Experience Informs A Deluge Of Real-life Challenges Faced...

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Confetti is written, produced, and directed by award-winning New York resident, filmmaker Ann Hu (Shadow Magic, Beauty Remains) and is based on her own...

Review: ‘The Lost Leonardo’A Juicy Documentary Film That Dives Into The Art World And...

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The Lost Leonardo (directed by Andreas Koefoed) is the incredible inside story behind the Salvator Mundi. The painting was discovered by Alexander Parish at...

Review: ‘White As Snow’Isabelle Huppert Stars In A Modern Softcore Retelling Of 'Snow White...

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White as Snow is the latest French film from director Anne Fontaine (The Innocents, Coco Before Chanel, How I Killed My Father, Adore) that...

Review: ‘Misha And The Wolves’Is A Disappointing Documentary Film That Focuses On The Wrong...

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Misha and the Wolves is the dramatic tale of a woman whose Holocaust memoir took the world by storm. People wanted to know more...