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It took me a while to discover the wonderful world of cinema, but once I did, everything just fell into place.

FOOTNOTES: Painfully Out Of Tune

The best thing about Footnotes is that it's just 78 minutes. But there are so many other, better ways you could spend your time.

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LOVE AT FIRST CHILD: Sparklingly Generic

Love at First Child offers nothing new in the romantic comedy genre, but some laughs and chemistry between the leads make it a pleasant

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THE REAGAN SHOW: A Fascinating, Timely Conceit

Documentary distributors Dogwoof continue their hot streak with this fascinating inside look at Ronald Reagan's presidency.

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Interview With Edda Manriquez, Director Of The Les Femmes Undergound International Film Festival

We were able to talk with Edda Manriquez, the organizer of the female-empowering Les Femmes Underground International Film Festival.

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AFTERMATH: A Shallow Dive Into Grief And Guilt

Elliott Lester had juicy, absorbing material to work with. Unfortunately, he turns Aftermath into an underwhelming and empty endeavor.

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ON A KNIFE EDGE: An Intimate Insight Into Overwhelming Injustice

While it doesn't address the female role, On A Knife Edge is a deep insight into the life of the Native American, that is

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BEFORE THE FALL: Lost In Adaptation

Although the idea of reimagining Pride & Prejudice with a same-sex couple, Before The Fall lacks the fiery spirit of the source material.

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Chicagoland Shorts Vol.3: The Sidelined Speak

Despite some reservations, the short films featured in Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 3 are creative, thought-provoking and accomplished.

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TRACKTOWN: A Race That No-One Wins

Tracktown, by Alexi Pappas and Jeremey Teicher, is a cutesy, generic, unfunny indie film, with an array of underdeveloped themes.

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A WOMAN'S LIFE: Endlessly, Unremittingly, Relentlessly Bleak

A Woman's Life shows the hardships women endure throughout their lives relentlessly and without optimism, and is depressing as a result.

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