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“Friendsgiving” Movie Review

Molly (Malin Akerman) and Abby (Kat Dennings) have been friends their whole lives. This year, at Thanksgiving, Molly has recently gone thru a divorce, has a 5 month old baby, and one weird-ass boyfriend. Abby has also broken up with her girlfriend and, hmmm, that’s about it for Abby. Planning a nice Thanksgiving dinner for the two of them (and

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“Class Rank” Movie Review

Veronica Krause (Olivia Holt) is working hard in high school. She is getting great grades and volunteering for everything all in the hopes of being accepted into Yale. Her ultimate goal is to, eventually, be nominated to the Supreme Court. Unfortunately, Veronica’s high aspirations are shot down when she finds out that she was only ranked #2 in her high

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“Like a Boss” Movie Review

Don’t watch this red-band trailer if you are easily offended! You’ve been warned. 🙂 Mia Carter (Tiffany Haddish) and Mel Paige (Rose Byrne) have been best friends since grade school and now are business partners in the cosmetics business they started: “Mel & Mia”. Mel and Mia have a nice storefront with two cool employees, Sydney (Jennifer Coolidge) and Barrett

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“The Sleepover” Movie Review

Margot (Malin Akerman) is your normal boring mom to two kids, daughter Clancy (Sadie Stanley) and son Kevin (Maxwell Simkins). Margot is not letting Clancy get a cell phone, and does not let her go to parties without parents being present. Clancy is not happy and tells her mom she is lame. Kevin is a goofball, just like his dad

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“Radioactive” Movie Review

Marie Sklodowska (Rosamund Pike) was a brilliant scientist living and working in 1893 Paris, after leaving her home in Poland. She wanted to learn science from the best scientists, and was well on her way to making a name for herself in the scientific community. Unfortunately, the thinking back then was that women need to be home with their babies,

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“Finding Ohana” Movie Review

After her husband died 11 years ago, Leilani (Kelly Hu) moved her and her two young children, Ioane (Alex Aiono) and Pili (Kea Peahu), from Hawaii to Brooklyn. Not a move I would make….. Now, her father, Kimo (Branscombe Richmond), has had a heart attack and is supposed to rest. Leilani returns home with the kids to care for him

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