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Movie Review: Brave New Jersey (2016)

Jody Lambert has cut his teeth in the industry helming the Dennis Lambert documentary “Of All The Things” and co-writing “People Like Us” and multiple shorts for Funny or Die. Michael Dowling is a playwright who occasionally adapts his work for screen, but has never written a feature before now. Coming together with producers Taylor…

Movie Review: The Zookeeper’s Wife (2017)

“Strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it” — Matthew 7:14 Many reports from the aftermath of World War II describe the indifference and, in some cases, outright hostility that the general population in Europe felt towards the Jews, with even lifelong neighbors…

Movie Review: Independence Day: Resurgence (2016)

In a world in which sequels appear decades after the original film (such as “Bambi II,” “Fantasia 2000,” “The Wicker Tree,” “Easy Rider: The Ride Back,” “TRON: Legacy,” and “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” among others), let’s just say the results are, well, not very good. People usually do not want to wait that long…

Movie Review: Warcraft (2016)

Duncan Jones’ Warcraft certainly has a lot to live up to. After years of dull, uninspired cinematic translations of classic video games, one of the most fresh and promising new directors has stepped up to bat to try his hand at arguably the most popular franchise in the gaming realms. Duncan Jones shined with his…

Movie Trailer: Warcraft (2016)

I can see the allure for some — those that have amassed countless hours playing and lost relationships because of — with the upcoming video game adaptation, Warcraft, but for me it is too reminiscent of “The Hobbit” trilogy. That is, it has readily defined races that are traditionally enemies (in this case humans and…

Movie Review: Where to Invade Next (2015)

If you are at all interested in six weeks of paid vacation, an extra month’s salary and a two-hour lunch break, you just might have to go to Italy to find it. Filmmaker Michael Moore (“Capitalism: A Love Story,” “Sicko”), a welcome voice for sanity, returns to the big screen in his first film in…

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