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A Review: Emanuel and the Truth about Fishes – Directed by Francesca Gregorini

                Emanuel and the Truth about Fishes follows a young girl in her perpetual search for her mother. Emanuel is an unusual girl, who lives in her own world and carries a holster of defensive, witty comebacks. She lives with … Continue reading

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A Review: The Lifeguard- Directed by Liz W. Garcia

The Lifeguard follows Leigh, a 29 year-old journalist living out the life she wanted in New York, when she has a mental breakdown and regresses into a state of adolescence. It is clear that the life she leads is not … Continue reading

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The Rambler

The Rambler: Secondary Review   (1)  The Rambler (2) Director: Calvin Lee Reeder (3) Screenwriter: Calvin Lee Reeder   Once a man called “The Rambler” is released from prison, while hitchhiking, he goes on a journey through back roads to … Continue reading

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Sundance Dreams Come True

by Jazo Moises I have wanted to go to Sundance ever since my Junior year of high school. I remember hearing about the festival and all of the films that came from it. I remember in that year I watched … Continue reading

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Virtually Heroes

by Chris Ruez Virtually Heroes Director – G. J. Echternkamp Screenwriter – Matt Yamashitta This is a comedy film about the life a video game character. It was a love story that almost seemed impossible to complete because he would … Continue reading

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The Spectacular Now

by Chris Ruez The Spectacular Now Director – James Ponsoldt Screenwriters – Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber This is a narrative film about the trails of a troubled young man who is stuck in his high school life and … Continue reading

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Lifeguard Review

The Lifeguard Director: Liz Garcia Screenplay: Liz Garcia Ever wonder what rock bottom looks like? The Lifeguard shows one version of rock bottom that is somehow funny, sad, disturbing, and hopeful all at the same time. Leigh is a journalist … Continue reading

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