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A Lamb Among Wolves (Film Review: “Slow West”)

How far will an innocent lad from Scotland go to claim the young woman who stole his heart? Can true love survive the Wild West and the even wilder bounty hunters who see the boy as bait for a larger prize? Continue Reading →


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The Traitor Among Us (Film Review: “Breach”)

A timely, true-life spy thriller from a decade ago about arguably the largest Soviet counter-intelligence breach in U.S. history, whose cost to our country is still being measured today. Continue Reading →


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The Final Escort Home (Film Review: “Last Flag Flying”)

Last Flag Flying is a poignant yet comedic road trip movie that honors the sacrosanct fraternity of brothers-in-arms while castigating a wartime culture that sacrifices so many in the name of Honor. Continue Reading →


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Small Town Crime Noir, In Reverse (Film Review: “Shimmer Lake”)

If you can count backwards from five, you’re sure to enjoy one of the freshest crime thrillers to come out of small town America since Fargo. Continue Reading →


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Welcome Home, Stranger (Film Review: “Outside In”)

Returning after a 20 year unjust incarceration, a young man’s only connection is with the former high school teacher who dedicated her life to setting him free. Continue Reading →


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The Admission Process (Film Review: “Brad’s Status”)

Ben Stiller brings middle-age angst and peer envy to new heights in the story of a father whose college visit trip with his son dredges up his own youthful idealistic ambitions, challenging him to re-evaluate his entire life since. Continue Reading →


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Those Nice, Bright Colors (Film Review: “Kodachrome”)

In Netflix’s new Kodachrome, Ed Harris, Jason Sudeikis and Elizabeth Olsen shine in a moving road trip movie about an estranged father and son as they face the fractured images of a broken past to see if there’s something worth salvaging between them, after all. Continue Reading →