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Day: April 21, 2018

Tribeca 2018: Jonathan Review

This will be the first of several reviews from this year’s Tribeca film Festival. To follow our coverage, click here.

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Cartel 2045 – A Lazy, Low-Budget Sci-Fi Film (Early Review)

Most people might remember the ritual of walking up and down each aisle in a Blockbuster on a Saturday night just before it closes in hopes of finding something, anything to make your weekend bearable. By then, all of the New Releases were spoken for and what remained were the half-hearted discards of the film-making industry. These were straight-to-video films that offered quasi-entertainment packaged around the unbelievable achievement that they were even made in the first place. This weekly rite felt like an ongoing journey in hopes for that hidden gem that would make (or break) one’s Saturday night. This typically ended with me being unable to decide on a film and just grabbing the last one on the way up to the checkout counter. In this case, that film was Cartel 2045.

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Tribeca 2018: Back Roads Review

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Tribeca 2018: You Shall Not Sleep (No dormirás) Review

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