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Gangsters, Gamblers, Geezers Poster review
Gangsters, Gamblers, Geezers Poster review
Gangsters, Gamblers, Geezers Poster review

Gangsters, Gamblers, Geezers Review: I would like to tell you that the independently-produced caper comedy ‘Gangsters Gamblers Geezers’ (which looks at times like it was shot on a 3G phone) was a genre-breaking delight. It isn’...

 
 
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Cecil and Carl Review
Cecil and Carl Review
Cecil and Carl Review

Cecil and Carl A Short Film Review: The documentary short, ‘Cecil and Carl’ is everything you would want from the genre, a piercing snapshot of the human condition, affectionate and wryly humorous. It is a reminder of what the ...

 
 
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Suicide Squad Poster Review
Suicide Squad Poster Review
Suicide Squad Poster Review

Suicide Squad – Joint Reviews Jonathan’s Perspective: There’s a moment in David Ayer’s highly-anticipated, highly-maligned Suicide Squad in which Deadshot (Will Smith) is about to go into battle with his meta-human ...

 
 
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Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates poster review
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates poster review
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates poster review

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates Review: Alice Wetterlund aces ‘Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates’, a broad, lumpen comedy that is straight-jacketed by its premise and commitment to frequent swearing and uninspired slapstick. Sh...

 
 
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The Brother Review
The Brother Review
The Brother Review
 

The Brother – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
July 31, 2016
 



The Brother Review: The London-set thriller ‘The Brother’ could be a remarkable work what is claimed in the production notes is true: that the writer-director Ryan Bonder was born deaf. Imagine making a film that you cannot exp...

 
 
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Yoga Hosers Review
Yoga Hosers Review
Yoga Hosers Review
 

Yoga Hosers – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
July 3, 2016
 



Yoga Hosers Review: The commercial prospects for a midnight movie aimed at twelve year old girls seems decidedly iffy – at least for its theatrical run – for ‘Yoga Hosers’, Kevin Smith’s critic-baiting follow-up to his barely s...