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Hector and the Search for Happiness – Movie Review

Note: this review is featured on the Phoenix Film Festival’s website. Hector and the Search for Happiness is an optimistic, overlong slog that delivers moments of genuine happiness with a dash of cultural insensitivity and simplicity. As a comedy, its humor ranges from slapstick to character-driven to stereotypical, all sometimes within one scene. As a drama,… Read more »

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The World’s End – Movie Review

The World’s End is an absolute joy, packed with constant laughs and a sweetness that somehow stems from friends getting belligerently drunk. There’s something wonderful about seeing Edgar Wright’s films come together in such harmony: Shaun of the Dead being a strange little riff on the zombie genre that turned into a blast and Hot Fuzz was an action… Read more »