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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Seven New Indie Titles

This is quite a wonderful week for indie flicks indeed.  Not only are there films across all genres, but there are TWO five-star films on the list that are also in full contention for my Top Ten Films of 2017.  (Viva the lush The Lure and cool Catfight!)  Mermaids with mayhem in mind, gals with […]

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Snowtime! (Blu-ray Review)

A romp through childhood full of heart and humor, the new animated feature Snowtime!is a captivating cinematic adventure about the kids in a small village who decide to have a massive snowball fight to amuse themselves during the winter school break. An official selection of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, this tale of hope and […]

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SNOWTIME! Comes To Blu-ray November 8th!

A romp through childhood full of heart and humor, the new animated feature Snowtime! is a captivating cinematic adventure about the kids in a small village who decide to have a massive snowball fight to amuse themselves during the winter school break. An official selection of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, this tale of hope […]

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Tammy (Blu-ray Review)

If there is one film that deservingly has the right and proudly should be able to give the middle finger write at box office pundits (that don’t write for Forbes), its Tammy.  This $20 million budgeted “one for me” film opening with a good $21 million opening weekend over 4th of July and because it […]

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Tammy Is Sad, Messy, and Occasionally Endearing (Movie Review)

It is unfortunate that Tammy does not quite work overall.  Here we have a character-based, R-rated comedy, featuring a large number of female characters, with ideas that extend beyond big-budgeted set pieces, and it is arriving in theaters just in time for the Fourth of July.  Melissa McCarthy fans may certainly enjoy the opportunity given […]

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Dive Into Blu-ray’s ‘Rabbit Hole’

Living in Cleveland, sometimes you miss the best films of the year in the theater.  It’s very easy to do.  The little indie films, if they come here, only last for about a week or two and play  in obscure theater locations.  So with that being said, Rabbit Hole is a film I’m truly looking forward […]

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