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High Rise Review poster
High Rise Review poster
High Rise Review poster
 

High Rise – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
April 2, 2016
 



High Rise Review: Full disclosure: six people walked out of the Monday night screening of High Rise that I attended. Evidently, in spite of the presence of Tom Hiddleston in his first leading role, this was not the mainstream d...

 
 
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Spotlight Review Poster
Spotlight Review Poster
Spotlight Review Poster
 

Spotlight – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
February 1, 2016
 



Sputlight Review: Be it with its subject matter, the names attached or the very impressive list of wins and nominations, even at first glance Spotlight has every hallmark of a true heavyweight. The subject matter invariably mea...

 
 
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Joy Review
Joy Review
Joy Review
 

Joy – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
January 7, 2016
 



Joy Review: Joy was an inventive child, always encouraged by her grandmother to become a strong matriarch. But that doesn’t happen. Her parents divorce, not on good terms. She forgoes college to help her father’s business. She ...

 
 
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5 Flights Up Review
5 Flights Up Review
5 Flights Up Review

5 Flights Up Review: 5 Flights Up is a romantic comedy/drama that touches on issues of aging, prejudice, racism, terrorism, and canine orthopedics. And it has Morgan Freeman doing voice over. Therein lies the biggest problem in...

 
 
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Woman In Gold Review
Woman In Gold Review
Woman In Gold Review

Woman In Gold Review: With important anniversaries of the Second World War now on the horizon, it is only natural that both film and television should flood us with various reminders, documentaries, films based on true stories,...

 
 
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The Age of Adaline Review
The Age of Adaline Review
The Age of Adaline Review

The Age of Adaline Review: I can’t tell you the last time I watched a romantic movie, let alone enjoyed one, let alone gone to the cinema to see one. It was between this or Big Game for my next review and I chose what felt most...