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Film Review: Under the Silver Lake Visually Stuns But Never Fully Commits
on 22nd of Apr 2019 The Pitch: Following in the footsteps of The Big Lebowski and Inherent Vice, Under the Silver Lake is essentially David Robert Mitchell‘s take on the California stoner noir — a subgenre that’s

For Adults Only: The Summer’s 7 Biggest Movies Just For Grown Ups
on 22nd of Apr 2019 The film features Rogan as a political journalist who ends up . It’ll probably make more money in Europe than in North America, but if the reviews are good, then the Himesh Patel/Lily James flick

BWW Review: SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN Splashes Tons of Tap Dancing Fun into La Mirada
on 22nd of Apr 2019 Even before it opened this month, La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts and McCoy Rigby Entertainment must have known they had a hit production on their hands with SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN, based on

Film Review: The Netflix Doc Grass is Greener Argues For Reparative Legalization
(Apr 2019) The Pitch: With the legalization of marijuana rapidly spreading across the United States, it would seem that the nation is finally working its way past another era of prohibition. However, with its

Movie Review – I Trapped the Devil (2019)
on 22nd of Apr 2019 A disturbed man descends into paranoia after he believes he has trapped the devil in his basement. The claustrophobic fear is only intensified when his brother and sister-in-law arrive over the

Movie Review: Alexander Skarsgard smolders in ‘The Aftermath,’ an otherwise ashen movie
(Apr 2019) “The Aftermath” is the sort of movie about which somebody will inevitably write, “They don’t make ‘em like this anymore.” “The Aftermath” is a good reason why. Tepid, obvious, uninvolving, “The

‘The Curse of La Llorona’ tops dismal Easter box office as clock ticks to ‘Endgame’
(Apr 2019) The $9-million-budget movie earned mixed reviews with a B- CinemaScore and a 32% “rotten” rating on review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes. “Shazam!” added $17.3 million in its third weekend for a

BWW Review: ROALD DAHL’S CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY at SHN’s Golden Gate Theatre
on 22nd of Apr 2019 With a book by David Greig and new music and lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (that compliment tunes from the original film) “Charlie” is a curious mix of tedious exposition in Act I followed

The Change Up (2011 Movie Review)
(Apr 2019) I was surprised. “The Change-Up” is great. Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman are amazing. Yes, this movie premise has been done before like “Big” or “Disney’s The Kid”. Reynolds and

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