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Your Movie Friend on newest Cars flick and It Comes at Night


Your Movie Friend on The Mummy, War Machine


Your Movie Friend on Baywatch, Pirates of the Carribean


Your Movie Friend on newest Alien movie, Snatched


Your Movie Friend on King Arthur, Colossal


Your Movie Friend sizes up his top 5 movies of summer


Your Movie Friend on 'Gifted,' and 'Unforgettable'


Your Movie Friend on Case for Christ, The Fate of the Furious movies


Your Movie Friend on Smurfs, Going in Style


Your Movie Friend reviews two new flicks


Your Movie Friend on Power Rangers, Life movies


Your Movie Friend sizes up the remake of Beauty and the Beast


Your Movie Friend on The Shack, Logan and Kong


Your Movie Friend reviews "Split"


Your Movie Friend reviews "The Founder"


Your Movie Friend: "Sleepless"


Your Movie Friend Reviews: 5 Things About Patriot's Day


Your Movie Friend: "Live by Night"


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Ray Tensing Trial: Mistrial Declared for a Second Time

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