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  • The Iceman

    The Iceman

    ★★★★

    It's a wonder why the public at large is so enamored with people like Richard Kuklinski. He isn't the kind of person who deserves notoriety. He contributed nothing of value to society and only made the world he lived in worse. Still, we are fascinated by the psychology of such people and how they can be the way they are. "The Iceman" tries to explore the dual nature of people, how one man could keep his murderous way a secret from his family for so long.
    Full Review: www.lololovesfilms.com/2018/07/movie-review-iceman-2012.html

  • Unsane

    Unsane

    ★★★½

    For the most part, "Unsane" is an engaging psychological horror/thriller. Director Steven Soderbergh does a good job playing with the viewer's perception of this situation. We want to believe Sawyer is sane, but we start to question whether or not she is. As we watched this, we were met with a debate as to whether or not Sawyer is paranoid, is hallucinating, or is being gaslit by those who are meant to be taking care of her.
    Full Review: www.lololovesfilms.com/2018/07/movie-review-unsane-2018.html

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  • The Nice Guys

    The Nice Guys

    ★★★★½

    Writer and director Shane Black is no stranger to neo-noir dark comedies featuring a rag-tag duo. In fact, it seems to be his niche. His film "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" garnered a strong cult following and hefty critical praise, and now, Black presents his latest crime comedy, "The Nice Guys," in the hopes that it will receive the same acclaim with a little more commercial success. So far, it has! Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe star as private investigator Holland…

  • Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

    Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

    ★★★★

    Directed by Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer, and written by the two of them along with their The Lonely Island co-star Andy Sandberg, "Pop Star: Never Stop Never Stopping" is a mockumentary in the tradition of "This is Spinal Tap." It follows the life and career of Conner, aka Conner4Real played by Andy Sandberg. Conner4Real's first solo album set cultural and musical benchmarks and was a massive financial and critical success. Hoping to recapture that same glory, his second solo…