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Micropubs – The New Local (REQUEST)

The Micropub is a one-room pub in vicinities less spacious than your traditional local. They have become more prominent in the UK due to an advantageous licensing law. Starting off over 15 years ago with The Butchers Arm, started and operated by Martyn Hillier, they have exploded in popularity in Kent and have started to gain traction in London.

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Big Trouble in Seattle (REQUEST)

Brittney (Emily Shuel) has been left traumatised after her mother (Angela DiMarco) is murdered by local Seattle gangster known as Mr. Big (Raz Mallard). She works with the police to get him arrested for murder, however the trial may be foiled by Mr. Big’s amoral attorney Geno (Sandra Scragg), who plans to frame Brittney and her friends. What can Brittney do to keep her friends safe and make sure Mr. Big stays locked up?

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Quick Critique-Hex (REQUEST)

Two soldiers on the opposing side of the English Civil War get lost in a forest at the tail end of an ugly battle that leaves the two of them the lone survivors.

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Quick Critique: Boombats (REQUEST)

Boombats follows the misadventures of Bobby Battali (Tony Sciara), a bumbling perpetual loser who gets indebted to a dangerous mob boss after racking up gambling debts.

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Quick Critique: Upstate Story (Request)

There’s something to be said about the liberty filmmaking can give you in the present day if you’re resourceful enough.

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Quick Critique: The Breadwinner

 

Parvana (Saara Chaudry) is a young girl living in Taliban-occupied Kabul.

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Quick Critique: The Cured

A mass zombie outbreak that devastated Ireland has been quelled after a cure was found.

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Quick Critique: Annihilation

Former US army soldier Lena (Natalie Portman) is talked into going into “the Shimmer” after her husband Kane (Oscar Isaac) comes home ill.

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Quick-ish Critique: Coco

Miguel Rivera (Anthony Gonzalez) is a young boy from Mexico who dreams of being a musician.

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Quick Critique: Call Me by Your Name

Elio (Timothée Chalamet) is a young man coming of age in Italy in the 1980s staying at a villa during the summer.