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Richard Linklater brings us Boyhood, the film that took twelve years to make, and three hours to tell. Linklater and his cast and crew managed to keep their project secret for many years, and it wasn’t until the film was nearing completion that they announced their creative and unique feat. The film industry flipped. While it is new and exciting, unfortunately, that’s all that is drawing a crowd, and the ‘story’ element suffers. The film focuses on Mason (Ellar Coltrane). He is a typical American kid - even having ... Read full review »
Melissa McCarthy once again graces our screens, playing the title role in Tammy. This role follows her niche of funny, overweight, female characters that are often without aim and purpose. While it may be time for McCarthy to start expanding into other roles, this film is good if you are just after a good time, where you can enjoy yourself without having to ponder the film’s deeper implications. The film begins with Tammy, a clear mess. She is unkempt, drives a ragged car, and has a lousy job. After turning up ... Read full review »