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While the twist, and what comes after, in Running Out Of Time may leave you a little divisive, I’d submit Stokes and Houston are becoming better storytellers.
The Boys gives us Greco-Roman style god-like heroes, and reminds us of the dark side the MCU and DCU don't show.
The Farewell is a classic. An undeniable, this deserves any hype it gets, needs to be used as an example in film study classes, kind of classic.
Lying and Stealing is a quick film which may not leave a lasting impact but is a pleasant way to kill an hour and a half.
Secret Obsession doesn’t contain a single secret the trailer doesn’t reveal, or you couldn’t guess.
We Belong Together, like most “That woman is crazy!” films, doesn’t make said woman a complicated figure but more so a generic replica of what you’re already familiar with.
While Summer Night may feel like it has one too many relationships going on sometimes, you’ll find yourself invested in the happiness of nearly every character.
Saving Zoe is an emotionally stirring drama which goes beyond finding closure but reconciling with someone you allowed to be distant.
Black & Privileged: Volume 1, may have some campy performances, but it’s message outweighs what may make you divisive.