Christopher Lloyd

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Boundaries

By: Nick van Dinther In Boundaries, director Shana Feste tells a story that’s loosely based on her relationship with her father and their shared life experience;  which makes it surprising that one of the movie’s biggest setbacks is how cliché it is, and how it lacks realism.

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88

By: Addison Wylie 88 is proof a film can go feral.  It’s a version of Memento that’s been influenced by exploitation schlock and left out in the sun for too long.  It’s fun for a bit, but the film runs out of steam.  The rowdy trashy energy sends the film to a place of no return – fandom purgatory. April Mullen has appeared in front of the camera in various supporting roles, and has now…