Throughout its short runtime, director Woodward Junior ensures there is no dull moment as we see a very lithe and lissome Natalie Burn kick some ass.
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Wildflower Review | A relatable slice of life dramedy
Drawing on concepts from “The Matrix” and “Juno,” “Discontinued” is a delightful and amusing film that is just as twisted as it is entertaining.
Mind Leech Review | A spooky and chaotic gorefest that doesn’t suck
Goofy cops trying to act funny, ugly motive-less killers, bimbos who literally run into the arms of certain death and zombie-like thrills – this dark comedy has it all. So, take your pick.
Review of the Green Oak Guardian | Slowly but surely it gets there
The performances from the lead actors, Houston Rhines and Abi Van Andel, are also noteworthy, with both delivering nuanced and convincing portrayals of their characters.
Review of BURT REYNOLDS The Last Interview | A rare and real documentary of the last movie star
It’s truly a bittersweet experience to sit through this documentary. It’s deeply enlightening but also incredibly saddening because of the fact that this is indeed the last interview with Burt Reynolds.
Review of Bad Romance | A wildly unpredictable neo-noir comedy
Overall, it’s a film that might also become a cult classic years later, but for now, it remains a mildly entertaining, quite dark and a wildly unpredictable journey of a man looking for love.
Jack Review | Talking Penis, Anyone?
Overall, it’s a funny idea that doesn’t have too much of a point but then again, when has a talking penis made any sense in the first place?
California’s Forgotten Children Review | Hard-hitting and relevant
We truly wish more people watch this documentary that throws light on a malicious crime that needs more concerted efforts and awareness to be eradicated altogether.
Unconformity Review | Geologically Yours
The film is short and to the point and has absolutely no unnecessary detours or characters that take you away from its core.
Knights of Swing Review | This musical slowly but surely hits a few right notes
‘Knights of Swing’ culminates in a befitting climax with musical performances that get progressively better and more entertaining much like the film’s story itself. If you have some patience, then this clean musical is worth lending an ear to.