Category: reviews

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Any Day Now (2012)

In the 70s, a boy with Down Syndrome is taken care of by a gay couple, who decide to love him, feed him, give him an education and a place to live until he’s mess of a mother is released from prison.

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April and the Twisted World

Only accompanied by her talking cat, a young woman sets out to discover what’s been happening with all the scientists that have been disappearing.

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Argo

Ben Affleck returns with an extremely well-executed thriller about the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis as his third feature.

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Art of Getting By, The

An angsty and slacking loner meets the complicated love of his life. Their story makes up an interesting coming-of-age romance.

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Art of Walt Disney, The (2011 Edition)

The Art of Walt Disney was a book released back in 1973 chronicling what was, then, Walt Disney’s animation legacy. As the years have gone by, they’ve been re-releasing the book with some updated information — after these many years, the book is massive.

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Arthur (2011)

Although the recently released remake of Arthur is a bit different than its original, it’s definitely worth a watch if you enjoy a sweet story with a good amount laughs.