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    Favorites of the Year

    The Jungle Book (2016)

    Jon Favreau (Chef, Swingers, Elf) and Disney have breathed new life into the animated classic The Jungle Book, which saw a young boy grow up alongside talking and singing animals. As he tries to find [...]
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    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

    18 Months after the devastation in Metropolis, when Kryptonians General Zod (Michael Shannon) and Superman/Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) fought to the death, the world is beginning to respond to Superman as his actions have held [...]
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    Hush (2016)

    Anyone who has known me for a significant amount of time and those who’ve shared the row during horror films know that I jump pretty easily. It’s only been a few years that I’ve really [...]
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    Keanu (2016)

    After the unfortunate ending to their sketch comedy show Key & Peele, fans of the show shouldn’t worry because the two have been up to something in their off-time. Collaborating with director Peter Atencio, the [...]
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    Favorites of the Year

    Demolition (2016)

    Director Jean-Marc Vallee has been on something of a hot-streak recently, with his two latest films (Dallas Buyers Club & Wild) earning nominations left and right. He’s a director interested in the stories of people [...]
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    Midnight Special (2016)

    Emerging from the independent film scene backed by a distributor willing to take a shot on independent science-fiction, Jeff Nichols and longtime collaborator Michael Shannon untie forces again to explore the supernatural. Well, explore might [...]
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    Hunt For The Wilderpeople

    Last year, Taika Watiti delivered one of the most unexpectedly funny films in the form of a New Zealand mockumentary about Vampires who room together in a flat, What We Do In The Shadows. Following [...]
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    Everybody Wants Some

    Richard Linklater is undoubtedly one of the greatest voices and leaders in the independent film world and his latest film, a spiritual successor to Dazed & Confused, is yet another confirmation of his ability to [...]
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    Favorites of the Year

    The Overnight (2015)

    Alex and Emily (Adam Scott & Taylor Schilling) have just moved from Seattle to Los Angeles with their young son. The couple’s sex life is less than stellar, with both finding the whole process difficult because they’re [...]
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    Inside Out (2015)

    Riley (Kaitlyn Davis) is an 11 year-old hockey player from Minnesota who moves to San Francisco with her mom and dad (Diane Lane & Kyle MacLachlan). During this move and the days following, Riley is [...]
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    Jurassic World (2015)

    It has been 22 years since the closing of Jurassic Park and in its place is a new tourist attraction, Jurassic World. A fully functioning theme park, Jurassic World has dozens of species of Dinosaurs [...]
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    Love & Mercy (2015)

    The Beach Boys were a cultural and worldwide phenomenon and their music truly did define a generation. The man behind their critical success was a young Brian Wilson (Paul Dano), a man who envisioned all [...]
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    Entourage (2015)

    Superstar Vinny Chase (Adrien Grenier) is fresh off a nine day marriage and finds himself off the shore of Ibiza on a massive yacht, surrounded by gorgeous women. A boat arrives, bringing his three best [...]
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    Tomorrowland (2015)

    Imagine a society in which all the most brilliant minds came together to create a greater future for humanity, free from the issues that plague any progress in the world we live in today? In [...]
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    Steve Jobs: Man in the Machine (2015)

    On October 5, 2011, the world lost one of its most brilliant men to pancreatic cancer. Jobs, the Co-Founder of Apple Computers is responsible for some of the greatest technological revolutions of all time. From the [...]
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    Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

    After nearly 50 years since the collapsing of civilization, humanity has become corrupt and the powerful control the water, oil, and all the resources that humans need to survive. At the Citadel, Immortan Joe rules [...]
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    Pitch Perfect 2 (2015)

    It has been 3 years since the Barden Bella’s won their first National Collegiate A Capella title and they’ve been defending that title ever since. Led by Becca (Anna Kendrick) and Chloe (Brittany Snow), the [...]
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    Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

    After the attack on New York, The Avengers have never been the same. Picking up with them raiding Hydra facilities for their weapons. Led by Captain America (Chris Evans), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Thor [...]
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    Misery Loves Comedy (2015)

    Misery Loves Comedy is a quaint, quick look at an accumulation of comedians and their responses to some pressing questions in an industry which brings so much joy and insecurity. When I say an accumulation, [...]
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    Adult Beginners (2014)

    Jake (Nick Kroll) is a successful entrepreneur who’s secured millions of dollars of his own and other’s money to create a new glasses technology. When things go horribly wrong, he loses all his money and [...]
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    Ex Machina Interview: Alex Garland

    Alex Garland is the brilliant man behind some of the greatest Science Fiction films of the last few decades. His first foray into film was adapting his novel, The Beach, into a screenplay for Danny Boyle. After that, [...]
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    Ex Machina (2015)

    Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson) is one of Blue Book’s, a behemoth search engine company, best programmers and he’s just won an invitation to spend a week with the company’s creator, Nathan (Oscar Isaac). Caleb will be [...]
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    Lost River (2015)

    In the town called Lost River, everyone has all but abandoned the rules of society and fires and bulldozers have destroyed most of the city. Bones (Iain De Caestecker) lives with his brother and his [...]
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    True Story (2015)

    As a writer for the New York Times, reporter Michael Finkle (Jonah Hill) has had multiple covers and recently published his latest cover story which drew some questions about legitimacy. After admitting to alter some information [...]
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    Danny Collins (2015)

    As a young man, Danny Collins (Al Pacino) burst into the music scene with a signature folk style. He did an interview in which he cited John Lennon as inspiration. Unbeknownst to Danny, Lennon wrote [...]
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    Good Kill (2015)

    Tom Egan (Ethan Hawke) was once a fighter pilot who served multiple tours overseas for the United States. After drones began to take over the skies, Tom was retasked to operate and carry out drone [...]
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    Furious 7 (2015)

    After wrecking half of London trying to track down and subdue Owen Shaw (Luke Evans), Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his crew head back home to the states to return to their lives. Brian (Paul [...]
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    Spy Interview: Paul Feig

    “There’s a beautiful bathroom background. I’m always on the side of a filmmaker… Well, welcome everyone. I suppose you’re all wondering why I called you here. Uncle is dying, we have to sort out his will… [...]