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Sundance Review : 892

After directing four shorts and collaborating with fellow directors Shaun Duffy and Melanie Aitkenhead for the 2017 feature Actors Anonymous, Abi Damaris Corbin returns with her last feature, 892, starring John Boyega.

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Sundance Review : Dual

Sundance Review : Dual

Director Riley Steams adds another enjoyable film to his filmography with his third feature Dual from RLJE Films. A woman named Sara (Karen Gillian) hears that she is terminally ill in the near future.

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ALice

Sundance Review: Alice

Krystin Ver Linden taps into the book of Antebellum for her directorial debut Alice, from Vertical Entertainment. KeKe Palmer is Alice, an enslaved person yearning for freedom on a rural Georgia plantation under its brutal and disturbed owner Paul (Jonny Lee Miller).

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Emergency

Sundance Review : Emergency

Carey Williams follows up his directorial debut R#J with another love story in Emergency. Straight-A college student Kunle (Donald Elise Watkins) and his laid-back best friend, Sean (RJ Cyler), are about to have the most epic night of their lives. Determined to be the first Black students to complete their school’s frat party legendary tour, the friends strap in for their ultimate assignment, Solo cups in hand.

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a shot through the wall

A Shot Through The Wall is a promising debut from Aimee Long

Race relations serve as the backdrop of director Aimee Long’s feature debut, A Shot Through the Wall from Vertical Entertainment. Chinese-American Officer Mike Tan (Kenny Leu) is in his early twenties and still living at home with his parents, one of whom is his overbearing mother, May (Fiona Fu).

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Shattered

Shattered is a ho hum thriller

Thriller writer David Loughery continues to milk his bread and butter genre in Shattered from Lionsgate. Luis Prieto directs the film, which follows the story of lonely tech millionaire Chris (Cameron Monaghan) amid an amicable divorce from Jamie (Sasha Luss).

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Scream

Scream is a fresh entry in the franchise

The newest entry in a beloved Meta horror franchise slashes into theaters from directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett in Scream from Paramount Pictures. James Vanderbilt and Guy Busick pen the fifth film that will please old fans and possibly gain new ones.

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B-Boy Blues

ABFF Film Review : B-Boy Blues

Actor Jussie Smollet makes his directorial debut with B-Boy Blues. Smollet co-writes the film with James Earl Hardy, which is an adaptation of Hardy’s same-titled novel. Mitchell (Timothy Richardson) is a successful advertising executive living in New York who is unlucky in love.

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American Underdog

American Underdog is a good ole fashioned crowd pleaser

Christian filmmakers, The Erwin Brothers continue their trend of inspirational stories with their seventh film American Underdog from Lionsgate. The film is a biopic of Kurt Warner (Zachary Levi), who went from a stock boy at a grocery store to a two-time NFL MVP, Super Bowl champion, and Hall of Fame quarterback.

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The King’s Man

The King’s Man avoids threequel pitfalls

Director Matthew Vaughn returns to the world of The Secret Service in The King’s Man from 20th Century Studios. The third chapter in the Kingsman franchise, an adaptation of a comic book series, is a prequel to the first two films.

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