Film Review: Summerland

Film Review: Summerland
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Summerland is a very good film that is well worth your time, and it’s an excellent showcase for Gemma Arterton’s acting talents. … read more

Film Review: Yes, God, Yes

Film Review: Yes, God, Yes
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Yes, God, Yes is a charming little indie that deals with difficult issues that teenagers face and are too often unable to discuss with their parents. … read more

Content Shifter: 10 Worst Movies of Summer 2020

Content Shifter: 10 Worst Movies of Summer 2020
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August’s Content Shifter presents 10 of the absolute worst movies to premiere over video-on-demand streaming over summer 2020. … read more

Film Review: Radioactive

Film Review: Radioactive
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Though the leads in Radioactive delivered fantastic performances, the director wasn’t able to find a find a happy medium between formula and razzmatazz. … read more

Film Review: The Secret

Film Review: The Secret
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The Secret: Dare to Dream, based on the self-help book, needs more than good actors and a high production value to turn it into something worthwhile. … read more

Film Review: The Outpost

Film Review: The Outpost
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The Outpost is a worthy memorial for the fallen, a moving tribute to heroism and a testament to the senseless losses suffered in a seemingly endless war. … read more

Film Review: Latte and the Magic Waterstone

Film Review: Latte and the Magic Waterstone
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With a solid animation style and some stilted translated dialogue, Latte and the Magic Waterstone is pleasant, cute and innocuous enough. … read more

Film Review: Double World

Film Review: Double World
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Teddy Chan’s new film, Double World, is the biggest, most spectacular and magnificently entertaining action movie of the summer. … read more

Film Review: Guest Artist

Film Review: Guest Artist
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Jeff Daniels’ new film, Guest Artist, is an echo of its own protagonist: a mixture of heartfelt brilliance and pretentious neediness. … read more

Film Review: Animal Crackers

Film Review: Animal Crackers
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Animal Crackers is entertaining and heartwarming, and I’m pretty sure I’ll watch it again with my little nephews … or just maybe even without them. … read more