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Family Film Fest: Zane and Eastwood Help Producer Pull-off Hat Trick

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Two famous Hollywood names, Zane and Eastwood, helped producer Jeffery Patterson scores a hat trick (the hockey kind, not the cowboy kind), winning two awards at the International Family Film Festival this month in Hollywood, California. Read More »

Poll: What’s Your Favorite Mike Nichols Movie

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In Memoriam: What's your favorite Mike Nichols film? Vote in Blogcritics' poll. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘UHF’ 25th Anniversary Edition

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A good movie to watch with friends who you could talk with during the slow parts. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Housebound’

Housebound, Gerard Johnstone, Morgana O'Reilly, Rima Te Wiata, Glen-Paul Waru, SXSW, South by Southwest Film Festival

Housebound is a goosebump-inducing funhouse of a film. Read More »

Family Film Festival: ‘Centurion AD’ and ‘Leaving Limbo’

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Two films at the International Family Film Festival, Centurion AD and Leaving Limbo took two radically different paths to get you in touch with things spiritual. Read More »

IFFF: The Kid-Safe Hollywood Film Festival

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Not everything that comes out of Hollywood is full of sex, violence, and drugs. That is especially true of the recent International Family Film Festival (IFFF). Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Dumb and Dumber To’

Dumb and Dumber To, Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels, Kathleen Turner, Rob Riggle

As a 'Dumb' man once said, "I like it a lot." Read More »

Movie Review: ‘All Relative’

Jonathan Sadowski and Connie Nielsen in 'All Relative.' Photo from the FilmBuff trailer.

Harry meets Grace. Harry loses Grace, Harry meets Maren; they have a fling. Harry loses Maren when he chooses to meet Grace for coffee in Maren's presence. Then the fur flies when Harry meets Maren again at Grace's house. Grace is Maren's daughter. Harry burns with shame ignited by the sparks of anger he sees in Maren's eyes. How he gets out of this mess makes this comedy-drama about relationships, mistakes and love watchable, light hearted fare. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘St. Vincent’

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Everyone fumbles through life to some extent, and by end of St. Vincent, audiences will experience a unique combination of hope, honesty, and love. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘The Vanishing’ (1988) – The Criterion Collection

The Vanishing, George Sluizer, Raymond-Pierre Donnadieu, Johanna ter Steege, Gene Bervoets, The Criterion Collection

If you're in the mood for something on the creepy side, this makes for the perfect purchase. Read More »