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Charmingly Off-Beat
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Snag yourself a peanut butter cup concrete, curl up the couch, and dig into the new Arrow Video Blu-ray collection 'Weird Wisconsin: The Bill Rebane Collection.'

Arrow’s ‘Weird Wisconsin’ Box Set Is Charmingly Off-Beat
Delivering ‘Heights’
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A vibrant, jubilant love letter to multiculturalism, community, hope, and compassion, 'In the Heights' delivers on the post-'Hamilton' promise.

Lin-Manuel Miranda Doesn’t Throw Away His Shot With Magnificent ‘In the Heights’
No horseplay
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Toni Collette stars in 'Dream Horse' - a generic, yet lovable true story.

A Bit By the Numbers, ‘Dream Horse’ is Still a Winner
Coup d'What?
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Chaos reigns in 'New Order' as the revolution hits home for a wealthy family in this near-future dystopian melodrama.

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Devil Wears Dalmatian
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'Cruella' does the seemingly impossible: it proves that you can teach an old Mouse new tricks.

The Devil Wears Dalmatian in the Shockingly Smart, Subversive ‘Cruella’
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Snag yourself a peanut butter cup concrete, curl up the couch, and dig into the new Arrow Video Blu-ray collection ‘Weird Wisconsin: The Bill Rebane Collection.’

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A vibrant, jubilant love letter to multiculturalism, community, hope, and compassion, ‘In the Heights’ delivers on the post-‘Hamilton’ promise.

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Toni Collette stars in ‘Dream Horse’ – a generic, yet lovable true story.

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Chaos reigns in ‘New Order’ as the revolution hits home for a wealthy family in this near-future dystopian melodrama.

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‘Cruella’ does the seemingly impossible: it proves that you can teach an old Mouse new tricks.

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‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Turns Up the Volume on Drama and Suspense

by Warren Cantrell May 21, 2021 Print Reviews

‘A Quiet Place Part II’ is a smart, taut, character-driven, and thematically integrated film that accomplishes everything it sets out to do.

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‘Séance’ Confidently Manages Genre and Scares Up a Good Time

by Warren Cantrell May 21, 2021 Print Reviews

A neo-gothic mix of Mean Girls and Dead Poets Society with a Candyman base, ‘Séance’ has one twist too many, but succeeds on its genre bona fides.

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Shut the Blinds on ‘The Woman in the Window’

by Christian Ramos May 17, 2021 Print Reviews

Amy Adams stars in this long delayed film about a nosy neighbor, her window, and a conspiracy across the street.

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“Here Today” and Here Tomorrow

by Christian Ramos May 14, 2021 Print Reviews

Funnyman Billy Crystal sings a swan song as he recovers his memories with the help of Tiffany Haddish.

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Chris Rock Can’t Save ‘Spiral’

by Jonah Desneux May 13, 2021 Print Reviews

‘Spiral’ has potential to add new life to the ‘Saw’ films as Chris Rock takes over as the face of the franchise. Though Rock is great in the film taking on a more serious role, he can not save the film from falling into its own mediocre traps.

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Interview: Dana Gould & Janet Varney on Their TCM Fest Table Read of ‘Plan 9 from Outer Space’

by Nick Spacek May 6, 2021 Features

SF Sketchfest presents Plan 9 From Outer Space Table Read, adapted by Dana Gould, airs at 8pm EST / 7pm CST on Friday, May 7, as part of TCM Underground at the 2021 TCM Classic Film Festival.

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‘The Virtuoso’ Doesn’t Complete the Job

by KB Burke May 5, 2021 Blu-ray/DVD Reviews

A lonesome stranger with nerves of steel must track down and kill a rogue hitman to satisfy an outstanding debt.

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Lonnie Chavis Makes A Splash In ‘The Water Man’

by Jonah Desneux May 3, 2021 Print Reviews

David Oyelowo makes his directorial debut with the an enjoyable family adventure The Water Man. Basking in magical realism, The Water Man utilizes its creativity to overcome its generic plot.

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Close and Kunis Overact for ‘Four Good Days’

by Christian Ramos May 1, 2021 Print Reviews

In “Four Good Days,” it’s mother versus daughter in this domestic drama that feels more like a cheesy soap opera.

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‘The Outside Story’ Explores the Street Where You Live

by Christian Ramos May 1, 2021 Print Reviews

In a post-pandemic world, going outside your home to interact with strangers seems a wild experiment, something “The Outside Story” relates to.

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