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I review films for the value and virtue it offers viewers in giving them a mindful and good experience. I started my blog in an attempt to add more in-depth and positive analysis in terms how films can give you both a good time or maybe a lesson you wish to learn.

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Film Review: Wakefield Shows The Loneliness Of Success

Bryan Cranston as Howard Wakefield gives the sort of nuance humanity that character-driven pieces should give. Based of E.L. Doctorow’s ...
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The Family I Had movie review

Film Review: “The Family I Had” Will Leave You Torn

SYNOPSIS: Charity walks a fine line between love and fear of her son Paris. It’s been ten years since he ...
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Bitter Harvest movie review

Film Review: Bitter Harvest Brings The Bitterness of Forgotten History

It is odd to have a film released about Russia's starvation of 10 million Ukrainians in a time when sympathy ...
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Movie Review: Chapter & Verse Shows The Casualness Of Tragedy

**Official Selection of the 2015 Urbanworld Film Festival** **Official Selection of the 2016 Human Rights Watch Film Festival** **Official Selection ...
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Frank & Lola movie review

Film Review: “Frank & Lola” Shows That Lust Can Be Toxic

Synopsis: Set in Las Vegas and Paris, Frank & Lola is a psychosexual noir thriller about love and sex, obsession ...
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All We Had movie review

Film Review: Katie Holmes Make Directorial Debut In “All We Had”

Synopsis: For fifteen-year-old Ruthie Carmichael (Stefania Owen) and her young mother, Rita (Katie Holmes), life has never been stable. Fleeing ...
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Masterminds movie review

Film Review: Masterminds Is Proof Of Zach Galifianakis Star-Power

Masterminds comes out September 30, and the Zach Galifianakis film is a strange comedy to recommend, but a worthy one ...
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Review: The Dressmaker Is Beautifully Tragic

Fashion never looked so good in Kate Winslet and Liam Hemsworth's newest dramedy The Dressmaker: out September 23, 2016. The ...
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The Intervention movie review

Clea Duvall Makes Her Directorial Debut In The Intervention

We have all made comments and even used a group hangout as a public discussion for a friend's relationship. I ...
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Diandra Reviews War Dogs- A Funny, Frustrating Film

War Dogs reveals how lucrative war can be. One of the reasons people believe governments are "war-mongerers" or conspire to ...
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