The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard is a crowd-pleasing film that audiences will love.
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The Poppy Jasper International Film Festival began April 7 and wraps up this week. This year’s event featured 205 different films from 38 countries. I had the chance to screen 147 of those films, finding some beautiful and interesting stories. As the festival wraps up, PJIFF presented Jury Awards—where each of the Festival jurors picked … Continue reading Poppy Jasper International Film Festival Award Winners
Synopsis: Dublin teenagers Matthew, nihilistic Rez, and the deranged Kearney, leave school to a social vacuum of drinking and drugs, falling into shocking acts of transgression School is out forever!!!!! The boys have been waiting for this day for a long time and they are wreaking havoc throughout the school because of it. Kearney (Finn … Continue reading ‘Here Are the Young Men’ Review
When a recently widowed mother becomes houseless, she convinces her 8-year-old daughter that they are only camping for fun while working to get them off the streets. We are introduced to Danny and Wes, a mother and daughter who are camping on the outskirts of the city, and as we begin learning, it's more of … Continue reading SXSW Festival: ‘I’m Fine (Thanks For Asking)’ Review
22 years ago, Cruel Intentions made its debut and polluted all that we knew about the teen drama genre. Filled with sex, an excellent soundtrack and a young, attractive cast, it was everything teens wanted from the 90’s. Unfortunately, it’s premise has not stood the test of time. Sebastian is actually super creepy, Kathryn is … Continue reading I Rewatched Cruel Intentions and Sebastian is Kinda Awful… But Kathryn Kinda Isn’t