Kathy Bates

Film Review: Despite a dollop of Irish charm, The Miracle Club can’t overcome its own maudlin personality

Despite some satisfactory performances, a clear bout of good intentions, and a dollop of Irish charm, Thaddeus O’Sullivan‘s The Miracle Club can’t overcome its rather maudlin dialogue and sporadic meanness to earn a recommendation as the joyous Sunday afternoon viewing it so clearly wants to be. Set in 1967 in a small Irish village, the…

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Grant Gustin and Nick Robinson set to star in William H. Macy’s indie feature, Krystal

Following his breakout role as the titular hero in CW’s The Flash, Grant Gustin has signed on to what will be he first feature role. Alongside Nick Robinson (who you may recognize as the older of the two brothers in that underground Chris Pratt flick, Jurassic World), Gustin will star in director William H. Macy’s…

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Film Review: Boychoir (USA, 2014)

The illegitimate child of an alcoholic mother and an absent father preoccupied with his pre-existing family, youngster Stet (Garrett Wareing) spends most of his time in detention, acting out. However, he has tremendous musical talent, in which Ms. Steel (Debra Winger) recognises, and organises for him to audition for the ‘Boychoir’, fronted by the great…

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