FlixChatter Review: Only The Brave (2017)

Review by: Vitali Gueron Only the Brave, based on the true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, is directed by Joseph Kosinski (Tron: Legacy, Oblivion) and is loosely based on an article in GQ, 'No Exit', written by Sean Flynn. The film stars Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Taylor Kitsch, James Badge Dale and features Jeff …

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FlixChatter Review: Hell or High Water (2016)

When I first saw the trailer of Hell or High Water a couple of months ago, I thought for sure it’s going to be one of those late summer action films that would be shown at theaters one weekend and disappeared the next. Well as it turns out, it is one of the best reviewed …

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Jeff Bridges Double Feature – Winter Kills (1979) & Cutter’s Way (1981)

Greetings all! Coming off a hectic few weeks of family reunions and furniture moving. I've let my mind wander into dark corners and crevices of film history and lore. Finding. Picking apart and discarding some of the contemporary media's ideas of legacies and generational handing down of the family's thespian trade. Martin Sheen (nee Ramon …

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Upcoming Flix Spotlight: R.I.P.D and interview w/ extra Tim Jacobs

Summer is a great time for action comedies! When I first saw this trailer earlier this year, I thought this is a crazy mash-up of Men In Black (but with dead people) meets Ghostbusters... with The Dude and Green Lantern, no less. After Detective Nick Walker (Ryan Reynolds) is killed by accident, he is recruited …

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TCFF Coverage: Preview Night of A Place At The Table

It's becoming a tradition of sort that TCFF kicks off the film fest with a documentary about an important subject. Our first year we have the education-themed Waiting for Superman, the second year we screened Bully which tackles the topic of peer-to-peer bullying in schools across America. This year is no different, A Place At …

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Spotlight on five great documentaries – and they’re all playing at TCFF!

Woo hoo!!! Today is the day. 9 Days. 60 Films. 25 Events. From today all the way to next Saturday the 20th, this is the place to be for film lovers in the Upper Midwest! Have you gotten your tickets yet? They are selling fast, in fact when I went to the SHOWPLACE ICON THEATRE …

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TCFF Lineup is here! Check out what’s showing Oct 12-20

Wahoo!! After months of planning, negotiating, previewing, etc. the TCFF board and staff have finally revealed the full lineup of its third film fest! As did the previous two years, TCFF have become the regional premiere of a lot of this season's most-anticipated films. Steve Snyder, TIME magazine's assistant managing editor and TCFF's scheduler, said …

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