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Turtle power, indeed!
Mike Cahill's second effort is plagued with hollow solemnity.
For a superstorm, this tornado underwhelms.
There’s still room for improvement at next year’s event, but for the first time, it’ll have an established high standard to live up to.
The most surprising thing about this superb film is how little it feels like a stunt.
Its characters may cook up dishes that are vibrant and daring, but this food flick is strictly bland comfort food.
Robin Barcus Slonina, owner of Skin City Body Painting is a producer and judge on Skin Wars premiering August 6.
Gregory Popovich's movie is near the top of our list.
Not interested in saying or doing anything contentious, the flick is purely celebratory.
Bradley Cooper demonstrates the greatest range of his career ... as a genetically modified raccoon.
A desperate tone, disingenuous life lessons and recycled, outdated jokes. Sounds about right.
The Honorable Woman is a more effective spy thriller than a political drama.
At least you get to see Scarlett Johansson kick some ass.
It also features Philip Seymour Hoffman's final starring role.
The two franchises are set to premiere their second installments on Syfy.