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Victoria Alexander reviews TAG

The waterboarding scene was hilarious! Five guys and they ignore the presence of a beautiful woman from the Wall Street Journal. After seeing TAG I decided to write a screenplay about how I auditioned my 7th grade classmates to be … Continue reading

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Victoria Alexander reviews BEAST

Sensational. Buckley and Flynn are sensational. Skip the comic book movies and see BEAST. This film stays with you. Imdb.com logline for BEAST: A troubled woman living in an isolated community finds herself pulled between the control of her oppressive … Continue reading

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Victoria Alexander reviews ADRIFT

It is harrowing and almost unbelievable. Woodley is committed, and this establishes her as a versatile actress willing to endure tough filmmaking. I do not know how to swim, nevertheless, I once took a summer of intensive catamaran sailing lessons … Continue reading

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Victoria Alexander reviews SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY

The director(s) left Han in the background. The iconic Solo deserved a better origin story. A seasoned actor would have demanded more presence and not a hobbled, wimpy love story. A typical Ron Howard movie lacking passion. Director Ron Howard … Continue reading

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Victoria Alexander reviews DISOBEDIENCE

Luminous Weisz fearlessly delves into fetish lovemaking. The general public knows very little about the customs and rituals of Orthodox Jews and are unfamiliar in seeing their closed and isolating featured in films. The head of a North London Orthodox … Continue reading

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Film Review by Victoria Alexander: DEADPOOL 2

Fantastic! It may be R-rated, but you will see it twice or three times. DEADPOOL shocked Hollywood with its $783million worldwide box office. It had a tiny $58million budget, an R-restricted rating and a first-time director, Tim Miller. Star Ryan … Continue reading

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Victoria Alexander reviews The Rider

Zhao has created a charismatic star and a brilliant – must see twice – view of a powerful segment of American life. Writer-director Chloe Zhao has taken an outsider’s view into the world of rodeo horse riding in Pine Ridge, … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Rider

The Rider – **** OUT OF 4 Chloe Zhao (“Songs My Brothers Taught Me”) is a Beijing-born Chinese writer, director and producer who resides in the United States and studied political science at Mount Holyoke College and film production at NYU. … Continue reading

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Film Review: KINGS

It’s about screaming and loud yelling. Not to be left out, even Craig gets a screaming scene. Its 1992 and Millie (Halle Berry) has a brood of eight foster children. They all live in a house run without much adult … Continue reading

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Film Review: I Feel Pretty

The Inside Doesn’t Count Unless the Outside is Beautiful. Are we really going to say that “looks don’t matter” in today’s culture? I read the U.K.’s Daily Mail Online and every day the Kardashians/Jenners and Emily Ratajkowski post nude photos of … Continue reading

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