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The Identical: Elvis Impersonator Showcases His Talent in Faith-Based Musical

What if Elvis Presley’s stillborn twin had survived his mother’s pregnancy instead of dying during the twins birth in January, 1935? That is the alternate reality presented in The Identical,…

The Giver: Streep and Bridges Co-Star in Adaptation of Children’s Novel

Despite being born in the same year and having overlapping careers, Oscar winners Meryl Streep (Kramer vs. Kramer, Sophie’s Choice, and The Iron Lady) and Jeff Bridges (Crazy Heart) never…

The November Man: It’s Spy vs. Spy in a Labyrinthine Espionage Thriller

Director Roger Donaldson is probably most closely associated with No Way Out, one of the best espionage thrillers ever made. Here he revisits the genre with The November Man, although…

If I Stay: A Life Hangs in the Balance in Adaptation of Bittersweet Bestseller

Mia Hall (Chloe Grace Moretz) is a bright 17-year-old young woman full of the bloom of youth. Between playing the cello for pleasure and dating the boy of her dreams…

Into the Storm: Tornado Wreaks Havoc on Oklahoma Town in Disaster Film

The skies are serene over Silverton, Oklahoma, with no reminder of the fact that four people recently perished in a deadly tornado that touched down in a neighboring city. So,…

Calvary: Vengeful Parishioner Threatens Priest in Irish Morality Play

While listening to confessions in church one day, Father James Lavelle (Brendan Gleeson) receives the shock of his life. A disturbed man recounts in lurid detail, how, as a child,…

The Purge: Anarchy: Grisly Sequel Chronicles Another Struggle to Survive Annual War of Attrition

Dateline: America, 2023. It’s now nine years since the country voted the New Founders of America into power. High on that elitist political party’s agenda was designating March 21st as…

Wish I Was Here: Zach Braff Stars in Delightful Family Drama/Comedy

As an actor, Zach Braff is most closely associated with the character J.D. from Scrubs, the Emmy-winning sitcom which ran for nine years on network television. As a director, he’s…

America: Imagine the World Without Her: Revisionist Documentary Speculates About Alternative U.S. 

What would the United States look like today if the Minutemen had lost the Revolutionary War and England had prevailed? That query is in the beginning of America: Imagine the…

Tammy: McCarthy and Sarandon Travel to Niagara Falls in a Road Comedy

After winning an Emmy for her TV sitcom Mike & Molly in 2011 and receiving an Oscar nomination for Bridesmaids in 2012, Melissa McCarthy apparently was able to write her…