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Try looking in the monthly archives. September 2017

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Almost Heaven Movie Review

If you’re visiting or living in London, be sure to check out first time director Carol Salter’s documentary about a teenager training to be a mortician in China. Besides exploring a unique world and subject, it might be the best […]

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IT

Equal parts Goonies, Gremlins, Stand By Me, and a little Evil Dead, IT is chopped up pop entertainment with laughs, scares, and heart. Stephen King’s coming of age adventure has been produced with a blockbuster sheen and a Halloween bow tying together its story […]

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2017 Summer Movie Power Rankings

As the summer sun sets, Bodhi, the king of Summer movies, judges Hollywood’s 2017 offering of popcorn romps and low budget indies.
Not a bad summer. In fact, it was pretty solid. We got a masterpiece, a few near-great, inventive films, […]

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The Films of August, Ranked

7. Detroit – Kathryn Bigelow’s take on the 1967 Detroit riots is the most disappointing film of the year for me. Impressive sequences of filmmaking are hampered by choppy storytelling and bluntly forced politics that are more confused than intended. She’s […]

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