One Too Many Mornings – Review

One Too Many Mornings – Review
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First impressions can instantly make or break a relationship. Meet Fischer (Stephen Hale), an alcoholic handyman who lives rent-free inside a church. … read more

New Low – Review

New Low – Review
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From the moment the film begins, it’s abundantly clear Wendell is a neurotic social coward always determined to harp on the negative aspects of himself and others, especially his girlfriends.
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Obselidia – Review

Obselidia – Review
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As technology renders objects obsolete with increasing speed, we realize more quickly that nothing lasts forever. George, an introverted yet studious librarian, spends his off-hours documenting all things archaic. … read more

His & Hers – Review

His & Hers – Review
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In an attempt to create a cohesive story by using a group of random females and the men in their lives, director Ken Wardrop chronologically profiles 70 different Irish women in various stages of life. … read more

Life 2.0 – Review

Life 2.0 – Review
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Life 2.0 is a must-see for every video game nerd, tech-head, chat room user, reality TV watcher and social networking addict. This movie educates and explains almost everything about Second Life (SL), the virtual reality website. … read more

The Man Next Door – Review

The Man Next Door – Review
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Leonardo is a successful industrial designer who lives in an equally exceptional home with his wife and daughter. The home is modern and minimal, featuring lots of windows and open space without feeling as though it were pulled from an Ikea catalogue. … read more

12th & Delaware – Review

12th & Delaware – Review
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In 1991 an abortion clinic opened on the corner of 12th & Delaware in Fort Pierce, Florida. In 1999 a pro-life anti-abortion clinic, designed to look like it might be an abortion clininc, opened directly across the street. … read more

The Red Chapel – Review

The Red Chapel – Review
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Under the leadership of General Kim Jong-il (a.k.a. the Dear Leader), North Koreass citizens have endured an unprecedented storm of fear and oppression. … read more

Vegetarian – Review

Vegetarian – Review
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For some, it’s the crusade for animal rights or the desire to eat healthier when deciding to become vegetarian, but for Yeong-hye (Chea Min-Seo) all it took was a dream. … read more

The Taqwacores – Review

The Taqwacores – Review
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Straight-laced college student Yusef is relieved when he finds a house in Buffalo filled with Muslim roommates. From the moment that a SXE Sunni opens the door it’s clear that these Muslims are different. … read more