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Broken Ceiling
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

An an amazing film with alot of depth!

Surge of Power: Revenge of the Sequel
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Watch out! This super hero is out and about. Hello! Surge of Power is full of queer energy and fun. We all need a bit of super FABULOUS powers once in a while to brighten up the day with a full spectrum of color and laugh at the silly things. Watching too many serious films these days gets boring at times. Why not watch something that brings out the happy in you! Eric Roberts was a great addition the the cast. He's kind of awkwardly funny in a way but most of all still gorgeous. Open your imagination and feel the surge of power!

Hidden Light
Hidden Light (2018)
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

A very honest story about life, human guilt, sin and redemption. A lot of dramatic suspense and moments of tension all throughout. It's not easy to leave the mob lifestyle and one would think. It always ends bad but the ending in this film had an interesting twist which was quite unexpected. Also, the fact that someone trying to leave his dark past behind him and nearly ending up falling back into it, seems to always be the case in many films of this type genre but i found this one to be mostly tolerable and entertaining. Not bad at all.

Everlasting
Everlasting (2016)
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

A fascinating and realistic psychological thriller with a great cast.. Everlasting is a Film that draws you in from beginning to end. It dives into the lives of two innocent high school teenagers in love. The girlfriend sadly ends up being murdered after travelling to Los Angeles. Her boyfriend, desperate for answers goes on a risky investigative search for any clues that may lead to her last whereabout. Though it may seem sad and depressing at first, the story picks up very quickly after the news of her murder and keeps you at the edge of your seat the rest of the way as he documents his journey. The real life footage made it all very vivid and
visually compelling. Very well done.

The View From Here
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A tender, and emotionally profound take on the lives of two people in love that face realistic modern day challenges in their relationship due to insecurities and the ego of worldly success. It shows how easy it is to be blinded by personal career gains and temporarily lose sight of the more important things in life that are present and there right in front of you. Beautifully told. It tears at the heart while shedding a few tears along the way. I truly enjoyed watching it.