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Sicario – Movie Review
7.2
2 years ago

Sicario – Movie Review

Certainly a surprise film of the year, Sicario delves into the sensitive subject of the escalating war against drugs that have become a daily occurrence for those near the border …
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The Hateful Eight – Movie Review
8.8
2 years ago

The Hateful Eight – Movie Review

By  •  Mystery, Drama, Crime

On January 1st I attended a 70mm screening of Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight at City Cinemas East 86th Street, one of the few Manhattan theaters selected to be part …
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LA Slasher – Movie Review
6.6
2 years ago

LA Slasher – Movie Review

I think it is safe to say that humanity is over reality television. Everyone wants to be famous for nothing, but the LA Slasher has something different in mind.

Dressed …
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Black Mass – Movie Review
3.8
2 years ago

Black Mass – Movie Review

By  •  Drama, Crime

The intrigue of all crime movies relies on a simple idea: people are complex, but actions are not. Behind every reductive, one-word crime—“murder,” “theft,” “extortion”– is a human with a …
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Run All Night – Review
4.6
2 years ago

Run All Night – Review

In order for there to be great action films, there must be those that are deemed mediocre, and Run All Night is just that.

Brooklyn mobster and well known hit …
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Dope (2015) – Review
7.6
2 years ago

Dope (2015) – Review

By  •  Indie, Drama, Crime

Malcolm goes to high school in Englewood. He’s from a poor crime filled neighborhood, raised by a single mother, doesn’t know his dad blah blah – hold up. Don’t get …
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The Treatment (2014) – Movie Review
7.6
2 years ago

The Treatment (2014) – Movie Review

About the film:

The Treatment or originally “de Behandeling” is adapted from a serial novel by Mo Hayder with the help of screenwriter Carl Joos and beautifully directed by Hans Herbots.

The film opens …
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Spy (2015) – Movie Review
7.4
2 years ago

Spy (2015) – Movie Review

Spy is the perfect middle ground of the crazy antics we expect from Melissa McCarthy thanks to Bridesmaids but in a completely toned down and palatable kind of way.

A …
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The Cobblestone Corridor – Review
7.6
2 years ago

The Cobblestone Corridor – Review

The Cobblestone Corridor is cunning and quirky short that pays homage to the stylish crime dramas of film noir cinema. Set in the cobblestone corridors of Alfred Pierce Preparatory School, Allan Archer (known simply by the eponymous "Archer") is the silver tongued editor-in-chief of his school's newspaper. His no nonsense pursuit of the truth has not [...]
Furious Seven (Furious 7) – Review
6.3
2 years ago

Furious Seven (Furious 7) – Review

Through the course of seven films, the Fast and the Furious gang changed a lot from the scrappy youngsters they were in 2001. By 2015, the group is now whittled …
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