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REVIEW| LOST TRANSIMISSIONS

March 7, 2020
Mental instability always seems to spread chaos amongst people and who they associate with. Life never seeks to work out properly
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Review: ONWARD

March 6, 2020
If there’s one thing Disney can reliably do nowadays with Pixar films, it’s that they are stunning animated features that maintain
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SHIA LABEOUF’S ‘HONEY BOY’: An unassuming take on the life of a Hollywood child actor.

March 4, 2020
We’ve seen Shia LaBeouf grow up right in front of our eyes as one of Hollywood’s most successful child-actor-turned-blockbuster-film-stars. He’s a
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THE INVISIBLE MAN (2020) REVIEW

February 28, 2020
Why did it take so long for Universal to produce a great horror film ever since the Mummy (not the Tom
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SONIC THE HEDGEHOG

February 15, 2020
We have come a long way since that disturbing trailer with a human-like Sonic in 2019. If the studio did not
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BIRDS OF PREY (AND THE FANTABULOUS EMANCIPATION OF ONE HARLEY QUINN)

February 7, 2020
Unpredictable yet interesting, Margot Robbie in all her glory got to spread her true wings this time around with a new
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The NIGHTSHIFT Celebrates Those Who Work at Night

August 26, 2019
KCET celebrates the unseen people who work at night to keep our 24-hour economy going.  All living and working in Las
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‘American Bistro’

August 13, 2019
American Bistro Is the Feel Good Movie of the Year American Bistro grabs the audience’s attention from the start and doesn’t
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‘Jay Myself’ is Candy for the Eye and Soul

August 12, 2019
This film focuses on five months in the life of famed photographer Jay Maisel as he moves from his home of
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‘Trespassers’ Is a Horror Slaughter Fest That Should Be Better Than It Is

August 12, 2019
Tresspassers is the latest addition to the now popular home invasion genre. It has all the necessary elements of a horror