Film Review: The Banker

Film Review: The Banker
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The Banker is an enjoyable but fluffy and formulaic movie about racial politics in the ’60s told almost entirely by white people. … read more

Series Review: Self Made

Series Review: Self Made
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Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C. J. Walker will entertain you and tug at your heart while giving you something to think about as well. … read more

11 Movies To Help You Through a Quarantine

11 Movies To Help You Through a Quarantine
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Here are a few suggestions for comfort movies to help you keep your mind off of it all as we all prepare to quarantine and hunker down in our homes. … read more

Show Review: The Letter for the King

Show Review: The Letter for the King
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The Letter For The King is a charming, rollicking adventure, and a pleasant diversion that makes for some seriously entertaining family viewing. … read more

Film Review: The Traitor

Film Review: The Traitor
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The Traitor won’t have much appeal for non mafia film aficionados, but if you are a fan, it’s safe to say that this is a film that you can’t refuse. … read more

Film Review: Wendy

Film Review: Wendy
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Wendy is a beautiful, devastating and profound experience, and Patrick Gibbs ended up strongly connecting with it on a very personal and emotional level. … read more

Film Review: Spenser Confidential

Film Review: Spenser Confidential
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Spenser Confidential is a briskly paced, buddy-cop thriller, and there’s just enough to like here to make it a decent enough way to kill two hours. … read more

Film Review: Extra Ordinary

Film Review: Extra Ordinary
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If you tend to enjoy BBC comedies and have a fondness for ghost stories, you are likely to have a very pleasant time with Extra Ordinary. … read more

Film Review: Greed

Film Review: Greed
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While its anti-capitalist exploitation message is well meaning, it doesn’t change the fact that Greed is a pompous, cheesy and dreadful film. … read more

Film Review: All The Bright Places

Film Review: All The Bright Places
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All The Bright Places is an honest, touching and beautiful film that deserves to be seen, talked about and even celebrated. … read more