Review: ‘The Postcard Killings’A Forgettable Thriller That Never Delivers

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Jacob (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Valerie Kanon’s (Famke Janssen) worst nightmares have come true in the latest James Patterson adaption that he cowrote with...

Review: ‘I Still Believe’Jeremy Camp’s Story Of Love, Music, And Faith

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I Still Believe tells the true story of Christian singer Jeremy Camp (K.J. Apa) and his first wife Melissa Henning (Britt Robertson). In September...

Review: ‘Extra Ordinary’Original Comedy Shows Ghostbusters Aren't The Only Ones Who Can Deal With...

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Extra Ordinary explores the world of ghosts all around us and those that have the ability to see and interact with them in a...

Review: ‘Spenser Confidential’Mark Wahlberg And Winston Duke Rampage Through Boston

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Marky Mark is back protecting the streets of Boston in the new Netflix action flick Spenser Confidential. Spenser (Mark Wahlberg) is finally out of...

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 – ‘The Rhythm Section’, A Bland Thriller That Wastes A Strong Blake Lively...

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Everyone reacts differently to tragedy. Some people use it to motivate them to be better, to do better. Others let it consume them and ruin their...

Review: ‘John Henry’, Terry Crews Wields The Sledge Hammer In This Modern Retelling

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The next adaptation of the John Henry legend is here with Terry Crews staring in/as John Henry. This modern take of the tale of the steel-driving...

Review: ‘The Gentlemen’, Another British Gangster Flick From Guy Ritchie? Sign Me Up.

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The Gentlemen – Guy Ritchie’s newest star-studded affair – follows Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) who has built a marijuana empire throughout London. A Rhodes scholar originally from...

Review – ‘Disturbing The Peace’, Has Guy Pearce Hit A New Low?

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Next in the line of forgettable Guy Pearce movies is Disturbing the Peace. Jim Dillon (Guy Pearce) is a marshal in the small town of...

Review: ‘The Song Of Names’, A Powerful World War II Drama With Music At...

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  In a day and age where it seems like every year is highlighted by what addition(s) will be made to the Marvel cinematic universe – dominating...