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Category: Movie Reviews

Shirkers – Part-Mystery and Part-Biography of a Missing Film

Sandi Tan’s Shirkers is one of the best documentaries of the year.

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Second Act – A Feel-Good Film for the Holidays (Guest Review)

This Christmas season is severely lacking in holiday hijinks leaving the door wide open for feel-good family films to take its place. While Mary Poppins Returns caters to children and families, could Second Act fill that void for older audiences?

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This Week On keithlovesmovies (Week of December 19th)

Here is a look at the movies we will be covering this week, time permitting:
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Blaze – A Southern Drenched Country Biopic

Ethan Hawke has been at the forefront of the awards conversation (although no SAG or Golden Globes nominations is troubling) for his terrific performance in Paul Schrader’s First Reformed, however don’t let it overshadow the fact that he also directed a solid country-indie biopic about musician Blaze Foley, a man Hawke seems to be enamored with.

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The World is Yours – An Utterly Enthralling Film

The World is Yours feels like a hit almost as soon as you press play. Continue reading “The World is Yours – An Utterly Enthralling Film”

Vice – Fresh Ideas But Stale Execution (Early Review)

(Insert meta joke that I’m not clever enough to come up with on my own here)

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