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Review by Christine Thompson Alison Luff and Paul Nolan in Escape To Margaritaville. Photo by Matthew Murphy. "Parrot Heads" delighted as "Escape to Margaritaville" stopped in Houston October 21st-November 5th before moving on to Chicago.  The limited run, pre-Broadway show wowed the audience at the Hobby Center, who were singing along, not at all distracted
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Interview/Review by Bears Fonte Given the current situation with Fantastic Fest and the way Fox searchlight pulled three billboards just days before the festival, no other film in the lineup got my curiosity as REVENGE by writer/director Coralie Fargeat. Like many rape/revenge stories, the film starts with a highly sexualized woman Jennifer (Matilda Lutz), who
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Review by Christine Thompson Cue the whiny middle-aged self-absorbed white guy (Brad Sloan, played by Ben Stiller), comparing himself to others as he prepares to launch his only son to an ivy-league college.  Self-absorbed soliloquies interjected sporadically through the film give a clue to Brad's state of mind, who runs a non-profit that connects other
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Florence Pugh As Katherine Florence Pugh turns in a mesmerizing performance as Ketherine in this film adaptation of the 1865 Russian novella Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk.  Themes of the subordination of women in society, life in rural communities, and of passionate illicit love from the novel are taken one step further in the film, which
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Review by Bears Fonte The opening fifteen minutes of REPLACE, a SciFi thriller screening as part of Fantasia, promises a film filled with plot twists, thematic depth, and sparkling cinematography.  Kira (Rebecca Forsythe) wakes up alone after a date, unable to remember how she got there the night before, and surprised that she has been
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By Lisa Marie Meija Guest Writer Lisa Marie Meija is a filmmaker, film fan and writer of The Entertainment Section Perspective is everything, which is something we tend to forget during our daily lives. Normal to one person may be a novelty to others, which requires us to see things through different lenses as much as
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