Review: ‘Cheaper By The Dozen’Disney Remake Has Laughable Moments And Contemporary Relevance But Is...

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Cheaper by the Dozen is directed by well known TV producer Gail Lerner (Will & Grace, Black-ish) and is the newest film with a...

Review: ‘Hotel Transylvania: Transformania’A Largely Disappointing And Easily Forgettable End To The Monster Franchise

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Drac and the Pack are back and like you’ve never seen them before. Not only have there been changes within the Drac Pack but...

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: ‘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: ‘The Evening Hour’A Slow, Emotionally Confused Appalachian Drama

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The Evening Hour is an authentic portrait of an Appalachian landscape that depicts the complex entanglement of hardship, hope, and drug addiction in rural...

Review: ‘The Lost Girls’Hot Mess 'Peter Pan' Reimagining Was Best Left Alone

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The Lost Girls is the latest inspired adaption of the classic tale of Peter Pan presented by Vertical Entertainment. The story chronicles four generations...

Review: ‘9 Bullets’Lena Headey Stars As Bad Girl Gone Good In Watered Down, Hot...

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9 Bullets is a crime thriller written and directed by Gigi Gaston (Rip it Off) and stars leading lady and total badass Lena Headey....

Review: ‘The King’s Daughter’Highly Forgettable, Unfitting, Unrealistic, And An Inaccurate Huffy Puffy Eyeroll Of...

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The King’s Daughter is based on Vonda N. McIntyre’s 1997 novel “The Moon and the Sun,” written by Vonda N. McIntyre. The film adaptation...

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: ‘Apache Junction’A Disappointing Western Film That's More Fitting For The Hallmark Channel

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Apache Junction is an outpost of lawlessness, a haven for thieves and cold-blooded killers. The film is written and directed by Justin Lee (Badland,...