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Lively adventure comedy, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, is writer and director Taika Waititi’s film adaptation of the Barry Crump novel, Wild Pork and Watercress. more

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Despite weak effort to shoehorn depth into the barely-there plot, the narrative remains ultimately lightweight. Does that mean the film isn’t worth watching? Not necessarily. more

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Before committing to the entire film, I watched a trailer and even skimmed a few reviews on Gaspar Noé’s latest, Love. None of these indicated to me that it was an erotic film, though in hindsight they probably should have. more

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Goodnight Mommy is among the darkest and most unnerving horror flicks I’ve seen in recent years. Those of light constitution should probably consider this a warning. more

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Having previously enjoyed the comedic stylings of Kristen Wiig, the film seemed right up my alley. Unfortunately, the reality failed to live up to the hype. more

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People Places Things, while easy to digest, is still a smart and well executed film. The plot never demands deep contemplation or delivers profound meaning. Instead, this decidedly lightweight comedy earns merit from its candid, relatable nature. more

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I’ve never condoned use of the term “chick flick.” To me, it suggests a collection of low grade cultural products reserved solely for women. This supposed genre usually comprises flimsy love stories with little plot or substance. more

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