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Sisters in Arms: TWINSTERS Film Review

By at July 9, 2016 | 4:50 pm | 1 Comments

Sisters in Arms: TWINSTERS Film Review

4.5 / 5 stars Samantha Futerman and Anais Bordier had no business ever knowing each other. One was a budding actress from New York, trying to make her way in LA; the other was raised in France, and studying fashion design in London. Sure, they could have bumped into each other at some point, but that was unlikely. Two young women from different worlds, except for one more...

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You Can’t Stop Rock and Roll: WE ARE TWISTED F*CKING SISTER Film Review

By at May 31, 2016 | 10:03 pm | 0 Comment

You Can’t Stop Rock and Roll: WE ARE TWISTED F*CKING SISTER Film Review

4 / 5 stars If you’re a regular Netflix viewer, no doubt you’ve noticed how well the streaming service is building out their catalog of music documentaries – hell, one film with their name on it, What Happened, Miss Simone?, was even nominated for a Best Documentary Oscar this year. Beyond the award-worthy, there are some surprising treasures in the Netflix more...

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Tall Tales: HIGH-RISE Film Review

By at May 12, 2016 | 10:13 pm | 1 Comments

Tall Tales: HIGH-RISE Film Review

3 / 5 stars What better place to witness the de-evolution of man than a 1970s luxury apartment building? That’s the surreal premise of High-Rise, director Ben Wheatley’s legitimately wild adaptation of the novel from cult writer J.G. Ballard (The guy who wrote Crash. No, not that one. This one, the David Cronenberg classic.) High-Rise is a comic nightmare that more...

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A (Hunger) Game Well-Played: MOCKINGJAY PART 2 Film Review

By at March 29, 2016 | 10:32 pm | 1 Comments

A (Hunger) Game Well-Played: MOCKINGJAY PART 2 Film Review

3.5 / 5 stars In the three short years since the first big-screen episode of The Hunger Games, the young adult genre saw two notable events: A spate of lesser – and less popular – YA film series surfaced, and The Hunger Games became the category's surprisingly solid standout. What began with a passable, mild by-the-numbers opening entry from director Gary Ross more...

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