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The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 1: A New Beginning Review

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The Deuce Season 2 Episode 5: All You’ll Be Eating Is Cannibals Review

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Living in the Future’s Past – A Surface Level Documentary

Jeff Bridges’ takes us on a journey through climate change, consumerism, and what it means to be human on this technologically changing Earth.

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Venom – A Dated Anti-Hero Film

It looks like Sony wants to do their own thing within the Spider-Man universe but Venom is definitely not a good start.

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Station 19 Season 2 Episode 1: No Recovery Review

Station 19‘s short first season left us on quite the cliffhanger so if you need a recap check out our season review here. With everyone’s lives on the line and no clear resolution in sight, hopefully this storyline is wrapped up by the end of this premiere to stop us from another week of wonder and dread.

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Colette – Filling Keira Knightley’s Period Drama Quota (Guest Review)

When discussing the genre of period biopics a few actors instantly come to mind: Judi Dench, Cate Blanchett and Helen Mirren. However, none have burst onto the scene and become such a staple in the genre like Keira Knightley has. After her breakout performance in Pride & Prejudice, Knightley has gone on to star in a new biopic every few years with this being her first since 2014. Could Colette be her ticket to nabbing the elusive Oscar?

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The Sisters Brothers – A Character Study Placed In A Western (Guest Review)

When it comes to Westerns, the expectation is a picturesque, action-packed drama that looks into the dangerous atmosphere of the era and the perils that its inhabitants faced. Most of the time these films are remembered for their intense stand offs and gory fight scenes, but it seems for Jacques Audiard’s English-language debut he had something less conventional in mind with The Sisters Brothers.

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How to Get Away With Murder Season 5 Episode 2: Whose Blood Is That? Review

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This Week On keithlovesmovies (Week of October 3rd)

Here is a look at the movies we will be covering this week, time permitting:

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