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Editor Pick: Film

Movie Review: ‘Paulette’

Old folks are not supposed to be tampering with drugs unless they are prescription medications. When Paulette is desperate to stay one step ahead of the bill collectors, she sees some young unemployed punks in her neighborhood with a wad of Euros that she desperately needs. How she manages to get her hands on such cash is hysterical and very real. It is also dangerous.

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Movie Review: ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ Capitalizes on Nostalgia with Unique Filmmaking

This film gives audiences a satisfying action-adventure film with great touches of comedy as international government agencies thwart an international crime organization’s plans.

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Movie Review: ‘Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation’ Continues Stellar Spy Streak

than’s veteran team gets more screen time for character development as well as some great dynamics and emotional motivations for a deeper audience experience. Audiences get the expected high stakes thrills along with more personal situations of survival from various characters – both professionally and physically.

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Movie Review: ‘Six Gun Savior’ – Eric Roberts Brings the Sexy Back to Cowboy Boots

Westerns haven’t been sexy to Hollywood producers for a long time, but a plucky group of filmmakers is trying to change that. And they got Eric Roberts to play the devil with "Six Gun Savior."

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Movie Review: Asif Kapadia’s ‘Amy’ – Heartbreaking and Compelling Self-portrait

Asif Kapadia’s documentary on late British singer Amy Winehouse is undoubtedly, as many have described, a heartbreaking film. But most importantly, it’s a film that brings Amy back, if only for a while, to let us hear her story in her own words.

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