Topside is what a five year-old girl named Little (Farmer) living in the tunnels beneath New York City is told is above her.  Her mother Nicki (Held) mysteriously disappears during the day and is with her at night and in the morning when she wakes up.  But Little is quite alone during the day except for a […]

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The Public

Emilio Estevez follows up his 2010 project “The Way” with another informative, social drama called “The Public.” Written, directed, and staring Estevez, his story reminds us of the saying “no good deed goes unpunished.” In this case, he takes a really impressive cast and wraps them around a story of social injustice, politics and what’s

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Richard Gere is on double duty this week, with two new releases. Norman is the better of the two, giving the salt and pepper haired actor his first multilayered role in years. Norman functions like a 90’s Woody Allen, complete with the a frantic, inappropriate and nervous leading character. Gere wouldn’t have been my first

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