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  • The Woman in the Window

    The Woman in the Window

    ★½

    The Woman In The Window is a mess. Rear Window and The Girl on the Train comparisons are inevitable, but it’s the stylistic choices and mostly predictable story that make it almost insufferable. Interesting camera movements and quick dialogue save it from being a total disaster.

  • Finding You

    Finding You

    ★★½

    Finding You is the type of film you put on on a rainy Sunday afternoon. The type of romantic comedy of which there are plenty and doesn’t reinvent the genre. It’s a film that knows its target audience and that’s where it’ll find most of its praise.

    Finley (Katherine McNamara – ‘The Stand‘), a talented aspiring violinist, meets Beckett (Jedidiah Goodacre – ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina‘), a famous young movie star, on the way to her college semester abroad program…

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  • Black Christmas

    Black Christmas

    ★★½

    1974’s slasher flick ‘Black Christmas‘ is a classically overlooked horror in which a group of sorority girls get stalked during the titular holiday period. When 2006’s unnecessary trashy remake got critically slammed, it was a big surprise when producer Jason Blum announced another remake to be in development with a more modern twist. Let’s just say, this version is nothing like the previous two and could easily have been released under an original title instead of relying on some sort…

  • Eighth Grade

    Eighth Grade

    ★★★★

    At times it really feels like as if you’re watching actual footage of this girl’s life. Elsie Fisher gives a pitch perfect performance and makes it her own. The way this was all shot, contributes to that sense of non-fiction. 
    Some of the scenes were harsh but very realistic. It’s not always easy growing up and wanting to belong. 
    It’s a bit of a struggle to fully dive into it, but by the end you’ll feel with Kayla. And it just puts a smile on your face.