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'Rebuilding Paradise' Review: Ron Howard's First Vérité Documentary

 Rebuilding Paradise Ron Howard documentary

Ron Howard chronicles Paradise, CA resident's recovery after the devastating fires in late 2018 in REBUILDING PARADISE. The new documentary follows families and individuals on their long road to healing both emotionally and financially over the course of a year following the devastation. The film is currently playing in movie theaters, and will air this Fall on the National Geographic channel.

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'Paydirt' Movie Review Starring Val Kilmer and Luke Goss

Paydirt Val Kilmer movie review

Nothing irks me more than bad acting, and PAYDIRT is full of it, mostly coming from the female characters who are only there to be objectified. Starring Luke Goss (THE HARD WAY, HELLBOY II, BLADE II) and Val Kilmer (THE DOORS, HEAT, TOMBSTONE), the film from writer/directer Christian Sesma is rife with bad dialogue, an unwatchable performance by Kilmer and a perpetuation of the Latino stereotype.

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'The Tax Collector' Movie Review: David Ayer Delivers A Mexploitation Film

Shia LeBeouf and Bobby Soto in THE TAX COLLECTOR

David Ayer (SUICIDE SQUAD, FURY) takes to the streets of Los Angeles once again for THE TAX COLLECTOR starring Bobby Soto, Shia LaBeouf and George Lopez. The violent crime thriller has the B-movie vibe while the story is cliché from start to end. You get the impression the END OF WATCH and HARSH TIMES writer/director dug up this one up from his archives because it feels dated like one of those 70s Mexploitation films. Fans of that sub genre may enjoy this one.

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'The Kissing Booth 2' Netflix Spoiler Review

Joey King, Jacob Elordi and Joel Courtney return to THE KISSING BOOTH in a sequel that brings in third parties to the mix. Here's our review of THE KISSING BOOTH 2. The first six minutes are spoiler free while the latter part is full of plot twists and surprises.  

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'Greyhound' Movie Review: The Shortest War Movie Ever

Tom Hanks Greyhound review

There’s a reason why the Tom Hanks naval drama was dumped from a theatrical release to Apple TV+. The World War II movie is one of dullest entry in the genre, and the shortest clocking in at 88 minutes. With little character development, GREYHOUND has some intense moments and intrigue, but initially it's difficult to become invested in it. 

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'Infamous' Movie Review: A Morality Tale About Social Media Starring Bella Thorne

Bella Thorne ("The Duff," MIDNIGHT SUN) and Jake Manley ("The Order," HOLIDATE) are a modern day Bonnie & Clyde except one of them isn't interested in money but social media fame in INFAMOUS. Written and directed by Joshua Caldwell, the crime caper is a morality tale in the age of social media when everyone is looking to cash in on instant fame no matter the cost.

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'Shirley' Movie Review: Elisabeth Moss Is Shoo In For An Oscar Nomination

 SHIRLEY Michael Stuhlbarg Elisabeth Moss CourtesyNEON

Elisabeth Moss delivers yet another riveting performance in her new movie, SHIRLEY, reminding us why she's the best actress this generation. Based on Susan Scarf Merrell's book, "Shirley: A Novel" about reclusive horror and mystery author Shirley Jackson played by Moss, SHIRLEY is not so much a biography but a study into the mind of a writer. Actress Odessa Young, in a breakthrough performance, engages with Moss in a sort of cat and mouse game that's unique and intriguing.

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