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Review: ‘Desperados’A Welcome Raunchy Escape To Mexico For Two ‘New Girl’ Lovebirds

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Netflix’s newest comedy Desperados takes an interesting look at dating in the modern world. To say that Wes (Nasim Pedrad) is in a rut...

Review: ‘Coffee & Kareem’No Amount Of Sugar Can Sweeten This Bitter, Stale Buddy Comedy

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The buddy cop-comedy used to be a staple of American cinema, but man, has it fallen on hard times. The genre reaches a new...

Review: ‘Wasp Network’Olivier Assayas' Cuban Spy Thriller Goes Deep Cover Into A Revolution

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French filmmaker Olivier Assayas has tackled so many different genres and styles, always appearing to push himself in new directions. But if there's one...

Review: ‘The Whistlers’, A Film Noir Where No One Is Clean As A Whistle

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  Mobsters and the police hunting them down. Corruption and deceit. Surveillance, backstabbing, robberies, and of course…whistling – what else would you expect from a modern-day film...

Review: ‘Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark”, Also Known As Underwhelming Stories To...

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Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark, a collection of short stories by Alvin Schwartz that many of us read as children, is the newest...

Review: ‘Intrigo: Death of an Author’Ben Kingsley Leads Frustratingly Bland And Complex Mystery Thriller

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After an author named David plots the seemingly accidental murder of his wife, her body is never recovered, and he's convinced that she's still...

Review: ‘All Day And A Night’'Black Panther' Writer's Netflix Drama Traps Ashton Sanders And...

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One might look for a superheroic tale of escape from societal disenfranchisement in Black Panther writer Joe Robert Cole's subdued, highly recognizable directorial debut,...

Review: ‘Only’Post Apocalyptic Drama Tries To Imagine World Without Women

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Women. They say you can’t live with them or without them. Well, in the new film Only from Writer/Director Takashi Docher takes that turn...

Review: ‘The Night Clerk’, Tye Sheridan & Ana De Armas Check-In For A Dull...

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People watching. We all do it. Some couples make dates out of it. We like it when we can watch people and see what...

Review: ‘Ride Like a Girl’Teresa Palmer Shines In Cheerful Yet Familiar Sports Story

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As a little girl, Michelle Payne (Teresa Palmer) dreams of the impossible: winning the Melbourne Cup – horse-racing’s toughest two-mile race. The youngest of...