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Solace: Psychic vs. Psychic!

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Homicide detectives Joe Merriwether and Katherine Cowles have a tough case – three murders that are precise, clean and entirely evidence free – so Joe asks his old friend, Dr. John Clancy, to help.

John has been in seclusion since his daughter died of leukemia and is less than thrilled to be asked back – even balking after a revelation on a fourth murder.

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Miss Sloane Is In It To Win It! Political Games Frame Intriguing Character!

M3 Jessica Chastain stars in EuropaCorp's "Miss. Sloane". Photo Credit: Kerry Hayes © 2016 EuropaCorp Ð France 2 Cinema
M3 Jessica Chastain stars in EuropaCorp’s “Miss. Sloane”. Photo Credit: Kerry Hayes
© 2016 EuropaCorp Ð France 2 Cinema

Elizabeth Sloane (Jessica Chastain) is a lobbyist – one who will do anything to win even at the expense of her own career.

When her boss (Sam Waterston) orders her to “start getting women into guns,” she quits his behemoth of a firm to run the gun control campaign being waged by a ‘boutique’ firm.

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Last Knights: Mission: Impossible Gets Medieval!

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Last Knights is Kaz I Kiriya’s third film – his first in English – following the cult classic/live-action version of manga/anime series Casshern, and martial arts oddity Goemon. It is a tale of honor, love and loyalty set in a medieval culture reminiscent of Kiriya’s native Japan, but truly diverse – citizens of all races live and work together(even the lords and warriors are diverse).

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Early Review: Kidnapping Mr. Heineken – All Technique, No Heart!

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In 1982, five men kidnapped Alfred Heineken, the man who built Heineken into a commercial behemoth. Kidnapping Mr. Heineken is based on the book The Kidnapping of Alfred Heineken by Peter DeVries. It’s mostly a one-note thriller that could use a little humor and a little more depth.

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