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Aussie actress shines in time travel drama
2 years ago

Aussie actress shines in time travel drama

“Predestination” offers standard plot but emotional performances

Time travel in films is always a tricky ordeal. Unlike most sci-fi fare, these movies often play with our minds using …
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FKA twigs takes Dallas
3 years ago

FKA twigs takes Dallas

Visual artist twigs’ energy takes Dallas by storm at show in Deep Ellum; calls Dallas favorite tour stop

London-based singer-songwriter, producer and dancer FKA twigs stopped by Trees …
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‘Dumb’ doesn’t live up to original lowbrow classic
3 years ago

‘Dumb’ doesn’t live up to original lowbrow classic

The sequel to the Farrelly brothers’ classic comedy “Dumb and Dumber” is an almost carbon copy of the original film. However, “Dumb and Dumber To” isn’t as iconic, and …
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‘Ouija’ underwhelms with unoriginality

With uninspired scares and lackluster directing by Stiles White, “Ouija” is a completely forgettable foray into the horror-film genre.

Hasbro is taking a similar approach to 2012’s “Battleship” by …
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Color, intricate details paint the scenes of holiday film
3 years ago

Color, intricate details paint the scenes of holiday film

“The Book of Life” takes viewers on a spiritual journey through three visually astounding worlds to spread a message of self-determination for young viewers.

The new animated film, written and …
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‘Tusk’ engrosses with sickening visuals
3 years ago

‘Tusk’ engrosses with sickening visuals

“Tusk” seeks to answer the question of what sets humans apart from animals in an unusual way. Its talented cast brings a refreshing take on the horror genre, effortlessly …
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Found-footage ploy ruins film
3 years ago

Found-footage ploy ruins film

Horror film features one-note characters trekking through Parisian catacombs 

While it’s a good commercial for the Paris catacombs, “As Above/So Below” is ultimately another unimpressive foray in the …
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Creative twists engage viewers
3 years ago

Creative twists engage viewers

Moss, Duplass keep “The One I Love” real

A romantic comedy disguised as a dramatic indie film in science fiction wrapping, the genre-crossing Sundance hit, “The One I Love” …
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‘Sin’ sequel offers nothing new
3 years ago

‘Sin’ sequel offers nothing new

Stunning monochrome visuals fail to supersede shallow female roles, lack of novelty in ‘A Dame to Kill For’

If presented as a shameless satire, “Sin City: A Dame to Kill …
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