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Review: Dumb and Dumber To

After almost 20 years, Harry and Lloyd return for another cross country adventure, this time trying to find Harry’s long lost daughter, in the long awaited sequel to Dumb and Dumber.
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Review: Birdman

In a slightly twisted take on real life, Michael Keaton delivers an incredible starring turn in Birdman, playing an actor who was formerly a big screen superhero but is now trying to mount a comeback on Broadway.
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Review: Big Hero 6

Disney continues their recent streak of greatness with the Marvel Comics inspired Big Hero 6, which follows a group of young scientists who must turn their various projects into superpowers when a villain threatens their hometown of San Fransokyo.
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Review: Interstellar

Christopher Nolan’s latest follows Matthew McConaughey as he tries to find a new home for humanity in the depths of space.
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Review: Nightcrawler

Jake Gyllenhaal delivers an incredible lead performance as the ambitious but unhinged Louis Bloom in the Los Angeles based thriller Nightcrawler.
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Review: Showrunners

In the last few years, TV has seen the rise of the Showrunner, a person who is the face of a show both behind the scenes and in public and this new documentary interviews a number recent and current showrunners about the process of creating and maintaining a show.
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Review: John Wick

Keanu Reeves is finally back in action as legendary assassin John Wick, who returns to a unique and fun world of fellow assassins and stylish action to get revenge on a Russian crime boss’ son.
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Review: Mike Tyson Mysteries

Adult Swim’s latest cartoon, Mike Tyson Mysteries, follows Mike and his team of mystery solvers as they take on wonderfully bizarre cases, like helping Cormac McCarthy finish his latest novel.
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Review: Fury

After the horrible Sabotage earlier this year, David Ayer pulls a 180 and delivers the fantastic World War II movie Fury, where Brad Pitt leads a Sherman tank crew into the heart of Germany in the closing days of the war.
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Review: See No Evil 2

Almost seven years since the first film, Kane return’s as “The God’s Hand” killer, Jacob Goodnight, as his seemingly dead body arrives at the local morgue that just happens to be full of new potential victims, including Danielle Harris and Katharine Isabelle.
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