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  • Unrest



    A completely frightening look at one of the least understood but most devastating diseases known to mankind. This is a great documentary explaining the hell one goes through when inflicted with this terrible fate. It’s depressing, empathy driving and a look at how The Nightmare should have been made. The fact that the director of this film is inflicted with it, only adds miles to the movie’s already urgent call to be seen and shared. 

    - The Spork Guy

  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri


    Again, regarding Post-Trumpian cinema, Martin McDonagh has made quite possibility the most popular entry into this category's ever growing library thus far. An enjoyable, yet frequently uneven tale of redemption & the justification of such. Dealing with a radical form of peer pressure vigilantism, if you will, in order to get the town's police force off their ass and into their badges, Francis McDormand destroys every notion of her recent absence from the screen with a performance she'll be remembered for,…

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    Guardians of the Galaxy


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