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REVIEW: ‘White Boy Rick’ is Stirring and Heartfelt but lacks Authenticity and edge

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‘White Boy Rick’ is a coming of age story that aims high but falls short of a being full-fledged gangster epic. It is ultimately unsatisfying but for everything it lacks in cohesive morality, it mostly makes up for in the heartfelt tale of family at its center. Based on the true story of an underage Detroit cocaine kingpin […]

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The Most Underrated Films of the ’00’s – Cult Following Episode #87

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In this episode of Cult Following, the crew breaks down what they consider to be the hidden gems of the first decade of the 21st century. Kirby, Victor, and Joshua break down their Top 5 Underrated, Underseen Favorite Films of the 2000’s and their choices may surprise you! Plus reviews of Crazy Rich Asians, The […]

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SDCC 2018 Recap, Mad Monster AZ 2018, Mission Impossible: Fallout & More – Cult Following Episode #86

Cult Following is back with an all-new episode! In this one, Victor recaps San Diego Comic-Con 2018, including theBold Voices of Horror panel featuring clips and behind the scenes info from Mandy, Tales from the Hood 2, Suspiria, Summer of 84 and more including the activations for The Purge and Taco Bell’s Demolition Man. Plus […]

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REVIEW: ‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’ is a Breathtaking Monument to Practical Stunts

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‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’ marks a departure for the franchise. Previous to this installment, every ‘Mission’ has had a different director and feel. The films often felt like they were not in the same genre. From De Palma’s 70s conspiracy-thriller meets 90s blockbuster, to John Woo’s over-the-top gritty action- this template was set early, and continued to evolve as […]

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REVIEW: ‘Eighth Grade’ is Anxiety-Ridden, Hilarious and True

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A24 and writer-director Bo Burnham’s ‘Eighth Grade’ throws aside the expected tropes of most indie coming-of-age films and manages to not only be one of the most honest portrayals of youth, but it may be the first true film of the internet age. Burnham started his career as a teenager on YouTube and by the […]

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