Kidnapping, Inc. skillfully uses it’s comedic-thriller of two inept kidnappers experiencing mishap after mishap to highlight larger issues.
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Rob Peace is impressive thanks to its cast, particularly its exceptional lead, wrenching emotional highs and lows out of the role and audience.
Suncoast has two leads delivering outstanding, ranged performances, but it, at times, feels misplaced in a movie that’s more shallow than deep.
The Moogai uses the monster as a metaphor for the danger of white people stealing Aboriginal children and the loss of culture it creates.
Exhibiting Forgiveness is a wondrous journey through a Black family’s traumatic past thanks to artful, meaningful direction, and a dynamite cast.
Despite times where the comedy falls flat, Underdoggs, with its talented cast, crafts a story that inspires laughter, smiles, and cheers.
Luther: Never Too Much is at once wondrous and heart-wrenching. Luther’s presence shines as viewers learn more about a legend gone too soon.
Candy Cane Lane struggles to balance comedy in some parts, but pulls ahead with a message of togetherness and focusing on what you love.