Turn off the Lights
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The Hitman’s Bodyguard Review
August 22, 2017 | Movie Reviews
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Annabelle: Creation Review
August 21, 2017 | Movie Reviews
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Tommy’s Honour Review
August 20, 2017 | Movie Reviews
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Gifted Review
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The Glass Castle Review
August 18, 2017 | Mobile Reviews

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The Hitman’s Bodyguard Review

There are two kinds of summer popcorn movies on the less thoughtful end, meaning the less substantial type. There is the kind that can be fun, while also managing to annoy, confuse and perhaps make you upset at the fact that you have just wasted two hours of your life that you can’t get back; […]

6.5
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Annabelle: Creation Review

Annabelle: Creation – the prequel to a spin-off from The Conjuring show there is plenty of life in The Conjuring series and a big improvement on 2014’s Annabelle. The Mullins family are a seemingly happy all-American family in the 1940s: but like in many beginnings in horror films The Mullins are struck with tragedy. 12-years later The Mullins open up their […]

6.0
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Tommy’s Honour Review

Outside the world of golf the name Tommy Morris doesn’t mean much to the general populace, but to an avid golfer both the Junior and Senior Morrises played a profound role in sporting history. Based on actual events, “Old Tom” (Peter Mullan) was the greens keeper at The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St […]

7.5
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Gifted Review

Family is a word that can provide tears and smiles at the same time. Gifted provides a glimpse into the great love and pain that come at the hands of family. Proving that the both the great joy and color can come through the messiness of life.  It is the first day of school in […]

6.1
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The Glass Castle Review

How to learn to succeed against any and all odds is the theme of the drama, The Glass Castle, based on the haunting 2005 memoir by Jeanette Wallis starring Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson, and Naomi Watts. Jeanette Wallis (played as a child by Ella Anderson, and young teen and adult by Larson) and her three […]

7.5
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To The Bone Review

Most people are aware even peripherally of the eating disorder known as anorexia nervosa, or more simply, anorexia. Impressionable individuals, young girls in most cases, but boys too, will see a model walking down the runway or on a magazine cover and aspire to that look our society so praises as the example of beauty […]

7.5
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Okja Review

The strongest stories about best friends know exactly what works and stick with that to the max. There is little deviation from that core piece and if there is any deviation at all it occurs to serve and strengthen that aspect of the film. Think of the Spielberg film E.T. for instance, which was about […]

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