Tuesday , October 20 2020

Reviews film

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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San Antonio Film Festival Movie Review: ‘The Doo Dah Man’ Directed by Claude Green

Shot mostly in Austin, 'The Doo Dah Man' centers on a silver-tongued prison escapee and and a young man trying to escape his unhappy home who form an unlikely alliance on the byways of Texas.

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