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The Man Who Was Thursday is a metaphysical thriller chronicling Father Smith’s Faustian descent into the Roman underworld. Following a disgraceful turn at his local parish Father Smith is called to Rome for spiritual rehabilita...

 
 
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Independence Day: Resurgence – Joint Review Michael’s Perspective: It’s been 20 years since the War of ’96 and Planet Earth has undergone some remarkable changes. Alien tech has been reversed engineered to grant us ...

 
 
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Since their leader Petran died, the Guild of Dream Finders have been timid, and their ancient craft has fallen into disrepute. Petran’s son Antyr, young, grief stricken and only part trained, could not begin to fill the v...

 
 
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Ten year old Anne adopted by a Vampire Slayer (Wraith) kills a ruthless Vampire. 25 years later and now married with two teenage kids. The Vampire comes back to exact vengeance on the family by picking them off one at a time. C...

 
 
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Café Society – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
June 25, 2016
 



Cafe Society Review: I remember when Woody Allen parodied great literature; now he produces pale imitations of it. Café Society’ is his version of ‘The Great Gatsby’, but it’s so-so. His hero, Bobby Dorfman (Jesse Eisenberg in ...

 
 
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Two- Lane Blacktop is as enigmatic as it is obscure. It is a movie that stars two musicians (singer/ songwriter James Taylor and Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys) and yet the soundtrack is almost entirely devoid of music. It is ...