Cheaper by the Dozen: Remake Wins Us Over

Cheaper by the Dozen isn’t the first remake of this particular title but the film finds a way to win audiences over with its heart. If you’ve seen the previous films, you get the gist of it: a blended family of 12 and all the headaches, heartache, and, of course, the humor that comes with it. It really is a contemporary take because they include the exes in the film. Kate (Erika Christensen) is more…

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D. Wade: Life Unexpected profiles NBA star

D. Wade: Life Unexpected presents an unfiltered look at NBA star Dwyane Wade as the future Hall of Fame enters his final year in the NBA. Filmmaker Bob Metelus and Wade are long time friends.  It’s because of this that we’re getting a look into the ballplayer’s life that is so raw and unfiltered.  Could another filmmaker be able to do this?  Maybe but what Metelus is able to do is present a side of…

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TIFF 2018: The Public

Not one to fall far from the tree, writer-director Emilio Estevez uses the narrative in The Public to send an important message. Libraries are vital to the nation’s existence.  They represent what the American democracy is all about.  Many of us go there to borrow books, research information, and whatnot.  For other people, going to the library is a means to get off the street.  The Public takes place in the downtown branch of the…

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