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Day: September 1, 2016

Most Anticipated Films of 2016: Bite Sized (Fall/Winter Update)

If you haven’t noticed, I made a Google calendar with the movies I was looking forward to coming up in 2016 (which I will probably have to update). In order to make things even easier, I’ve summarized it to a newer list of 20 movies in chronological order below (a previous 23 movie list can be found here). Now here’s one more update covering movies releasing in the fall and winter. The below release dates are according to IMDB and are not necessarily the same everywhere. I definitely learned my lesson with that this past Summer.

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2016 So Far (August)

The posts have usually been a recap of my quest to see the 2015 movies I’ve missed but since I haven’t been doing much of that lately, I’ve decided to put that on hold. If I see anymore of those movies, I’ll update the last “We Can Do Bettah” post. For now, here is a recap of all my site’s reviews this year so far.

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Empty Cab (Last Cab to Darwin Review)

After learning that he has terminal stomach cancer, a 70 year old Australian taxi driver named Rex (Michael Caton) embarks on a journey to the city of Darwin to see a doctor (Jacki Weaver) who is willing to perform voluntary euthanasia. Along the way, he is forced to examine his life for the first time.

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