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WATCH_DOGS 2

WATCH_DOGS 2

Kevin Sullivan December 3, 2016 0

Is Watch Dogs 2 everything that we thought the first game would be? Well... sort of? It's a good game though. See what we think here

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Other Worlds Austin Invades Central Texas Again

Other Worlds Austin Invades Central Texas Again

Barbara Kennedy December 1, 2015 0

This Thursday kicks off 2016's Other Worlds Austin Film Festival right in your backyard.

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Listening

Listening

Barbara Kennedy September 9, 2015 0

“Listening” provides an interesting theory of the potential of scientific breakthroughs in telepathy

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Want to Write For Us?

Want to Write For Us?

Barbara Kennedy August 27, 2015 0

What we want: Writers whose style is more conversational, somewhat amusing (to us, at least), and shows personality

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American Ultra

American Ultra

Barbara Kennedy August 27, 2015 0

While "American Ultra" certainly has funny moments, it's a more of a stoner-thriller

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Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four

Barbara Kennedy August 12, 2015 0

Trank pretty much has his own ideas and the studio has its own ideas, and neither seem to reflect the ideas of the hardcore fans

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Cop Car

Cop Car

Barbara Kennedy August 9, 2015 0

"Cop Car" speeds through this landscape of potentially rich characters too quickly for us to fully appreciate them

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Catch Me Daddy

Catch Me Daddy

Barbara Kennedy August 6, 2015 0

“Catch Me Daddy” contains some powerful moments, reveals stunning yet authentic visuals, and throws in few surprises. All in all, it's worth seeing, provided you can understand the heavily accented dialogue

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Shaun the Sheep

Shaun the Sheep

Barbara Kennedy August 5, 2015 0

Somewhere behind the walls of Aardman, magic happens. The animation powerhouse brought us the hugely successful “Wallace and Gromit” franchise, and now moves popular television series “Shaun the Sheep” to the big screen for

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The Gift

The Gift

Barbara Kennedy August 2, 2015 0

Joel Edgerton's “The Gift” does something that many genre films from more experienced filmmakers can't quite effectively achieve

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