Review: ‘What We Found’Oona Laurence Captivates In A Messy, Unoriginal Teen Crime Thriller

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"A group of friends start their freshmen year at a tough public high school when their friend Cassie disappears in West Baltimore. With the...

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: ‘Sputnik’Russian Sci-Fi Thriller Tells Quietly Powerful Alien Invasion Story

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Egor Abramenko's Sputnik is a drastically different movie than the one I was expecting it to be. Once I heard it was a Russian alien film...

Review: ‘Intrigo: Samaria’Another Disappointing Chapter In An Underwhelming Crime Trilogy

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Nineteen-year-old Vera Kall cycles home through the night. She arrives at a farm, leaves her bike, and sneaks quietly in through the door. She...

Review: ‘Words On Bathroom Walls’A Beautifully Moving Coming-Of-Age Tale About Love And Schizophrenia

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After watching Words on Bathroom Walls, I was truly stunned to see that it was directed by Diary of a Wimpy Kid director Thor Freudenthal....

Review: ‘Intrigo: Dear Agnes’Gemma Chan Is Terrific In Final Entry Of Mystery Trilogy

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What is a human life worth? How is it possible that a woman like Agnes (Carla Juni) could agree to kill another human being?...

Review: ‘The Grizzlies’Wonderfully Inspiring Lacrosse Centered Sports-Drama

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Whether you like them or not, sports movies seem to be coming out all the time. Throughout the years we have had countless films...

Review: ‘Greed’Steve Coogan Is A Devilishly Entertaining Billionaire In Michael Winterbottom's Satire

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Greed tells the story of self-made British billionaire Sir Richard McCreadie (Steve Coogan), whose retail empire is in crisis. For 30 years he has...

Review: ‘Angelfish’Rapper Princess Nokia & Jimi Stanton Are Wonderful In This Compelling Bronx Romance

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Summer in the Bronx, 1993. Brendan (Jimi Stanton) is a troubled but hard-working high school drop-out with a manipulative mother and a brother on...

Review: ‘The Wall of Mexico’A Strong Ensemble Cast Makes Up For A Slow-Paced If...

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The Wall of Mexico, the new film from directors Zachary Cotler and Magdalena Zyzak, is certainly not going to be for everybody. It is...