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Apartment Troubles Review

Definitely trouble Apartment Troubles was originally titled Trouble Dolls. The latter is more appropriate. The two women in the film have more issues than their New York apartment. Jess …

7 Minutes Blu-ray Review

A tedious heist movie where, not surprisingly, things go wrong for our would-be bank robbers Heist thrillers are one of the more tired genres being produced today. Most big-budget …

Boulevard Blu-ray Review

Robin Williams is magnificent in one of his final roles Boulevard depicts inner turmoil. It is appropriately difficult to watch. The visible torment on Robin Williams’ face is both …

It Follows Blu-ray Review

It cannot be escaped. It exists. It will continue to exist. It Follows deconstructs tropes, an ’80s film which is not an ’80s film but wants to be an …

Paddington (2014) Review

Paddington is that rare all-ages film without pandering or tired pop culture nods Author Michael Bond’s tale of a rare, English-accented Peruvian bear shipped into a London family’s arms …

Just Before I Go Blu-ray Review

Depth and meaningful drama are lost in Courteney Cox’s directorial debut He was bullied. His wife left him. His father died when he was young. They took his dog. …

Big Eyes Blu-ray Review

Big Eyes is held together by Big Performances As an eclectic investigation of outmoded gender roles, Big Eyes becomes a movie of social growth. Margaret Keane’s turn as an …

The Imitation Game Blu-ray Review

Benedict Cumberbatch is on point as the complex Alan Turing in this excellent biopic The Imitation Game’s smartest decision is to bury Alan Turing’s sexual orientation to a mere …