Review: ‘Love Is Love Is Love’Good Intentions Marred By A Lack Of Sense And...

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Love is Love is Love is the latest feature film from award-winning director Eleanor Coppola (Paris Can Wait, Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse),...

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: ‘Studio 666’Foo Fighters Indulge In A Well-Blended Mix Of Nostalgic Horror Films, Modern...

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Rock band Foo Fighters is going full blast into the film industry with their new comedy and horror movie masterpiece to date. My musical...

Review: ‘LFG’U.S. Women's National Soccer Team Defies Odds And Declares Victory In Fight For...

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Have you ever watched a documentary to learn about something new? Whether it’s a biography, event, and/or topic/subject matter that sparks your interest? Or...

Review: ‘Introducing, Selma Blair’A Deeply Intimate And Must See Story Of The Actress' Resilience

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Introducing, Selma Blair is director Rachel Fleit's debut documentary about a deeply intimate and powerful story of one woman’s journey of personal acceptance and...

Review: ‘Bring Your Own Brigade’A Thought Provoking, Soul Inspiring, Gut Punch And Must-See Wildfires...

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In early November 2018, raging wildfires forced a frenzied evacuation of thousands of terrified residents from the Californian cities of Malibu and Paradise. Two...

Review: ‘Minamata’Johnny Depp's Long-Awaited Drama Is A Captivating Look At Environmental And Mental Transcendence

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So, if you’ve been paying attention to movie/celebrity news recently, you’ll find that Johnny Depp’s name has been all over the place. The release...

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: ‘I’ll Find You’Heartbreaking Yet Charming Story Of Love, Loss, And The Will To...

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I’ll Find You is a romantic period drama film that follows star-crossed lovers Robert and Rachel in mid-20th century Europe during the chaos of...

Review: ‘Fear Street Part 1: 1994’Netflix's Month Of Fear Gets Off To A Killer...

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Holy shit it’s finally here! A film trilogy bringing to life the teen horror novels of the Fear Street Saga series written by R.L....