Review: ‘Great White’A Familiar Narrative That Adds Bits Of Creepy Shark Imagery

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Great White is an action thriller shark film directed by Martin Wilson (I Promise, Wait ‘Till Your Father Gets Home, Roll) and written by...

Review: ‘Funny Thing About Love’A Quirky But Quickly Forgettable Holiday Rom-Com

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Funny Thing About Love is a quirky but quickly forgettable holiday RomCom that’s packed full of predictability and very little laughs. Samantha Banks (Summer...

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: ‘Compartment No. 6’Imperfect Strangers Find Love Aboard A Russian Train

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Compartment No. 6 is a romantic drama that introduces a new perspective of culture and how a pair of unmatched individuals sharing a train...

Review: ‘Holler’Jessica Barden Is Powerful and Sassy In Story That Captures Grit And Authenticity

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Holler is set in a rural pocket of Southern Ohio where American manufacturing and opportunity are drying up. A determined young woman finds that...

Review: ‘Runt’Is A Final Cameron Boyce Masterpiece Film Full Of Dark Turns And True...

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Runt tells the story of a group of neglected and misguided high-school seniors who are pulled into a downward cycle of violence when the...

Review: ‘Hit The Road’Panah Panahi Debuts Iranian New Wave Film About A Road-Tripping Family...

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Kino Lorber is pleased to present Hit The Road, a touching family drama from Iranian writer/director Panah Panahi. Panahi’s father, Jafar, who is considered...

Review: ‘Fear Street Part 3: 1666’A Satisfying End To What Could Be A New...

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Fear Street Part 1: 1994 welcomed us to Shadyside, a town labeled “Murder Capital, USA”. A dark shopping mall shrouded with neon lights is...

Review: ‘Off the Rails’Kelly Preston's Final Performance Is Featured In A Touching Film About...

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Three estranged best friends in their 50's are reunited when their fourth best friend Anna, from their college years, has passed from breast cancer. ...

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...