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                                                         ABOVE THE RIM (1994) The last film in Barry Michael Cooper’s Harlem trilogy Above the Rim (94) was directed and co-written by Jeff Pollack with a screenplay by Cooper adapted from a story by Benny Medina. Above the Rim stars Duane Martin, Tupac Shakur (Juice,

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2020 was a drag and 2022 isn't looking that much better without much happening besides covid variants and the possibility of World War. So I decided to re-review a film already featured on NRW TV. Cyborg: Death Machine was Directed by the MASE BROTHERS and dubbed

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10.) Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time  - It's about time we received the final installment of the new Evangelion mini-series. That's all I 'll say. Go see them.   9.) Brand New Cherry Flavor  - An underrated mini-series on NETFLIX  based on the novel of the

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Devil in a Blue Dress is a 1995 American neo-noir mystery thriller film written and directed by Carl Franklin. Based on the book of the same name by famed crime author Walter Mosley; 2020's recipient of the National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to

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After some production delays because of Covid, we finally got our Sopranos prequel movie. The Many Saints of Newark is a 2021 American crime drama film directed by Alan Taylor and written by David Chase and Lawrence Konner. A prequel to Chase's HBO crime drama series

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Retro Movie Review: Splendor (1990) Greg Araki was a key contributor to the buzzing New Queer Cinema movement of the 1990s. Born in Los Angeles and raised within the Santa Barbara city limits, Araki after completing college with a MFA began his film journey with the

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Kate (2021) Seems like the people that brought us Atomic Blonde (2017) teamed up with some other folks and dipped their hands into buckets of Netflix cash to give us – KATE. A one word title for a simple story that could be wrapped up in just

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Around the corner, moments before Chauncey was Hit by that car.  Jimmy was just entering his tenement building. "Late night coming home from a temp job for some automotive corporation. I was expecting the usual greeting and shaking of the hands with every graveyard shift

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Time for a free writtten review of the new SUICIDE SQUAD film. Free writing has traditionally been seen as a prewriting technique in academic environments, in which a person writes continuously for a set period of time without worrying about rhetorical concerns or conventions and

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