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The Breakup Assist, Kiwi Style (Film Review: “The Breaker Upperers”)

A zany and delightfully lowbrow comedy about breaking up, and the wacky BFFs who will do it for you, for a price. . . another comic gem from New Zealand. Continue Reading →


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No Man is an Island (Film Review: “About A Boy”)

A Valentine’s Day Weekend gem: About A Boy. An instant classic that just gets better with age, it’s Hugh Grant at the top of his game. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry . . . if you missed it the first time around, don’t make the same mistake twice! Continue Reading →


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Killer Art (Film Review: “Velvet Buzzsaw”)

A malevolently delightful satire of the slick world of modern art that steers headlong into popcorn horror . . . an uneven but visually and thematically sumptuous ride that’s anything but mundane. Continue Reading →


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From the Fyre Into The Frying Pan (Documentary Review: “Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened”)

If Survivor slipped a Roofie to Lord of the Flies and some demon spawn was unleashed on the hashtag world of poseurs and FOMO ‘influencers’, it still wouldn’t hold a candle to the level of crazy that was the Frye Festival. You’ll be scratching your head in utter amazement that this all actually happened. Continue Reading →


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Still Killing with Kindness (Standup Review: “Ellen DeGeneres: Relatable”)

America’s most beloved talk show host returns to her roots in stand-up, proving that her brand of genial humor is still relevant and wise. Continue Reading →


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Big Brother (Film Review: “The Giant”)

A strangely beautiful story of two brothers whose efforts to capitalize on the deformity of one, launches them on a peculiar and heartbreaking quest for independence. Continue Reading →


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Snow-Blind Revenge (Film Review: “In Order of Disappearance”)

Imagine a snowy mashup of Fargo and Taken and you still won’t top the body count in the Norwegian revenge-thriller-comedy, In Order of Disappearance. SnapShot Plot The always interesting Stellan Skarsgård and his prop du … Continue Reading →