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Film Review: Sex Tape

Film Review: Sex Tape

Modern technology can be a wonderful thing. The speed with which messages and photos are delivered is often mind-boggling. Sometimes though, such occurrences can be dangerous. Sex Tape shows just how awry today’s technological world can be. Based on several infamous celebrity scandals, it serves as a comedic warning that for certain occasions, a camera’s […]

Film Review: Still Life

Film Review: Still Life

Still Life examines the social malaise of company downsizing and a person’s refusal to surrender to corporate interference.

Film Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Film Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

A decade after a lethal virus has destroyed most of humanity, its remnants attempt to survive but some in both ape & human camp want to seize Earth as their own.

Film Review: A Million Ways To Die In The West

Film Review: A Million Ways To Die In The West

From the creator of Family Guy and Ted comes his latest comedy about a Wild West wuss who must find his courage.

Film Review: Grace of Monaco

Film Review: Grace of Monaco

Grace Kelly was an Academy Award winning actress who moved to Monaco and married a prince, but was her life really a fairytale? Apparently not, as Olivier Danin (La Vie En Rose 2007) shows us in his latest film Grace of Monaco. Set in Monaco in 1962, Grace of Monaco looks at a year in […]

Film Review: Jersey Boys

Film Review: Jersey Boys

The biographical story about the formation of singing sensations The Four Seasons, who swiftly rose from the streets of Jersey, USA to the top of the charts.

Film Review: The Two Faces of January

Film Review: The Two Faces of January

Visiting Greece in 1962, a married couple befriend a tour guide carrying a few secrets & get caught in a seemingly inescapable web of lies.

Feast Film Festival Review: Boy Meets Girl

Feast Film Festival Review: Boy Meets Girl

A delightfully comical romance about three 20-something friends in Kentucky coming to terms with themselves and each other.

Feast Film Festival Review: Free Fall (Freier Fall)

Feast Film Festival Review: Free Fall (Freier Fall)

Director Stephan Lacant makes his feature film debut with this touching, beautifully told tale of two male police officers who find love in a macho world.

Film Review: 22 Jump Street

Film Review: 22 Jump Street

Famed for their exploits in a previous mission, officers Jenko & Schmidt are sent back to Jump Street to bust a drug ring, they think it will be a breeze.

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