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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” Movie Review

“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” (2014) Greg (Thomas Mann) has mastered the art of surviving high school. He interacts with each group of students, whether it’s the jocks, the stoners, the weirdos or […]

CW69–06/26/2015

The Wolfpack

“The Wolfpack” Movie Review

“The Wolfpack” (2014) This documentary is one of the stranger stories you will see at the cinema. Six boys and one girl have grown up in a New York City four bedroom apartment sheltered from […]

CW69–06/19/2015

The Connection

“The Connection” Movie Review

“The Connection” (2014) Pierre Michel (Jean Dujardin) is a French police magistrate who works in the Juvenile division. When we first meet Pierre, he is working to reach a young girl hooked on heroin. He’s […]

CW69–06/19/2015

Barely Lethal

“Barely Lethal” Movie Review

“Barely Lethal” (2015) There is a secret organization run by a man named Hardman (Samuel L. Jackson) that trains young girls from an early age to become Prescott’s, cold-blooded assassins. Agent 83 (Hailee Steindfeld) has […]

CW69–06/05/2015

I'll See You in My Dreams

“I’ll See You in My Dreams” Movie Review

“I’ll See You in My Dreams” (2015) Carol (Blythe Danner) is a widow of over twenty years. She lives alone with her dog and has a daily routine that she sticks to without fail. She […]

CW69–05/29/2015

Good Kill

“Good Kill” Movie Review

“Good Kill” (2014) Thomas (Ethan Hawke) is an Air Force pilot, or at least, he used to be. He has traded his cockpit of an F-16 flying over Afghanistan for a seat in an air-conditioned […]

CW69–05/29/2015

Slow West

“Slow West” Movie Review

“Slow West” (2015) The film opens up with a shot of Jay Cavendish (Kodi Smit-McPhee), a 16-year-old Scottish aristocrat as he lays on a blanket and stares at the sky full of stars. He points […]

CW69–05/22/2015

Where Hope Grows

“Where Hope Grows” Movie Review

“Where Hope Grows” (2015) Calvin (Kristoffer Polaha) isn’t doing very well. He is raising his 16-year old daughter (McKaley Miller) by himself, and she is dating a boy who is much too old for her. […]

CW69–05/15/2015

Photo Credit: Roadside Attractions

Movie Review: Maggie

It’s no surprise that we have come accustomed to only thinking about head shots and flesh munching when it comes to zombies thanks to the genre’s explosion in pop culture over the last decade. Can […]

CW69–05/08/2015