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Movie Review Monday: Showrunners - The Art of Running a TV Show

Welcome to another awesome edition of Movie Review Monday!

This week’s film is the 2014 documentary, Showrunners: The Art of Running a TV Show. 327 more words

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Movies & Films: Tribeca Film Festival Reviews

A Week of Films in the Triangle Below Canal
by Johnny Pomatto

New York has no shortage of Film Festivals these days.  The TriBeCa Film Festival has never been my favorite.  1,686 more words

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'The Age of Adaline' adds up too easily

From the start, I wanted to really like “The Age of Adaline.” A woman who won’t age because of a lightning strike following a car accident … well, I won’t go all spoiler on you, but you can read Film Review blog at the Syracuse New Times site by clicking the link below. 151 more words

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Movie Review: Whiplash(2014)

I got it, what the raving and ranting of how great this film was:  Damien Chazelle is a 29 years old Director/Writer. Sure, his cleverness of turning an aspiring tale into a psychotic thriller, morphing the usual sport training  to endless stage rehearsal, and rewriting a mentor mentee relationship, but it was nothing but a malevolence seesawing with one part sadistic torture and three parts masochism between two egomaniac psychopaths, whose lives devoid of any social normalcy. 391 more words

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‘The Court’ is unapologetically unconventional

Defying the basic tenet of effective communication, I’d begin here with an apology. By the time you folks read this, this ‘David’ of a film, ‘The Court’ would have been shoved out of multiplex by ‘Goliaths’ of Avengers, Leelas and FNFs. 982 more words

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Watch: Ex Machina - Chris Stuckmann Review

Chris Stuckmann reviews the much talked about and highly praised Ex Machina. Is it overrated?

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The Forger (2015)

Here’s a new one that just came out. Raymond J. Cutter (John Travolta) is the world’s greatest art forger and it known for his excellent skills with this. 598 more words

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