Blow the Man Down – A Coen-Esque Dramedy

Blow the Man Down, hitting Amazon Prime Video this weekend, is a Coen-esque dramedy from filmmakers Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy. While the film starts out with a group of recurring singers, we learn that Mary Margaret Connolly has recently died.  Her two daughters, Mary Beth (Morgan Saylor) & Priscilla Connolly (Sophie Lowe), are grieving her passing.  Neither one knows what the future may hold.  Their mom didn’t leave them with much unless you count…

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Sundance 2020: Palm Springs

The charming Palm Springs puts a different spin on the romantic comedy genre in a way that will certainly feel familiar to viewers. Nyles (Andy Samberg) takes the attention away from maid of honor Sarah (Cristin Milioti) at her sister’s destination wedding.  Her speech was a recipe for disaster so its naturally for the best.  Subsequently, the two of them hit it off together.  But this film isn’t just about them.  No, it’s about Abe…

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Toy Story 4 arrives on Blu-ray

Fans of Toy Story 4 are now able to bring home the fourth chapter of the longest-running Pixar franchise on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD. This film could very well mark the end of an era.  One thing that is almost for sure, Woody’s story is likely at an end.  Whether Disney-Pixar Animation decide to go forward remains to be determined.  Your guess is as good as mine at this point. BONUS FEATURES (may…

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Toy Story 4 Could Be A Satisfying Conclusion

Toy Story 4 could very well be a satisfying conclusion and the end of the line for the 24-year-old Disney-Pixar franchise. The opening prologue starts out some nine years ago when the team comes together to save a toy.  Unbeknownst to them, Bo Peep (Annie Potts) is set to be given away.  It’s not an easy farewell for Woody (Tom Hanks) after all they’ve been through but all one can do is move forward in…

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SXSW 2018: Summer ’03: Joey King Is A Star

With a fresh voice from writer-director Becca Gleason in her feature directorial debut, actress Joey King carries Summer ’03 from start to finish with one of the best performances to date in 2018. When her grandmother, Dotty Winkle (June Squibb), passed away, it’s Jamie Winkle (Joey King) who is left with the biggest burden of all.  Not only did her grandmother expose some pretty huge secrets, she tells Jamie that one of her biggest regrets–and hopes…

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