Christian Ramos

Not even Thor himself on a horseback or the great cast of Michael Shannon, Michael Peña or Trevante Rhodes who is severely underused here, could help this movie out.

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Spielberg’s newest feature champions freedom of the press at a time when we need it the most.

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A housewife snaps one day and her mental psyche takes on the personality of a dog.

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Jane Goodall’s 60 years working with chimpanzees is explored in this new personal documentary.

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78/52 does more than just analyze the scene the film is known for, but helps viewers understand the importance of this scene and the importance of Hitchcock’s work as the Master of Suspense.

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Liam Neeson plays ‘Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House’ in a cold, soulless D.C. performance.

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‘Battle of the Sexes’ delivers an impressive match from Emma Stone and Steve Carell that faults as a standard biopic.

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This documentary about all-female mid-90s grunge band L7 tells a story that unintentionally become timeless to different generations.

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The following films are going to be showing at the 5th Annual Arts and Crafts Film + Beer Festival at Screenland Armour. The festival runs August 25th-31st. Tickets can be purchased at their website by clicking here! [Rating: Rock Fist Way Down]  I don’t normally think this, but Temple directed by Michael Barrett is a [...]

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‘Paint it Black’ is the directorial debut of actress Amber Tamblyn, and deals with the loss of loved ones in this grief-stricken drama.

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This is no dog day afternoon when a bank robbery turns deadly in ‘The Vault’.

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‘Dave Made a Maze’ explores what happens when a little imagination turns into the adventure of a lifetime.

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