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Focusing on the saving of lives, rather than the taking of them, RESCUE UNDER FIRE offers a new take on the well worn tale of westerners fighting the Taliban.
Although it fails to fully explore its main female role, A TASTE OF INK more than makes up for its shortcomings with a tense, emotionally honest family drama.
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After all the blogs and reviews, it's time to take one final look at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival to hand out awards for best film, director, actor/tress and more.
In this thrilling conclusion, Ben pulls one over security, encounters his nemesis, and channels Moses as his odyssey leads him home at last.
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With great action and a strong cast, GOOD TIME is a thrilling crime caper that sadly misplaces its emotional core, leaving the audience feeling just a little bit robbed by the end.