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Sean Boelman

Sean Boelman
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Sean is a film student, aspiring filmmaker, and life-long cinephile. For as long as he can remember, he has always loved film; however, he credits the film Pan's Labyrinth as having started his love of film as art. Sean enjoys watching many types of films, although some personal favorite genres include dramatic comedies, romantic comedies, heist films, and art horror.
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Review: THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS Isn’t Quite A Yee-Haw

The newest film from Joel and Ethan Coen (the minds behind Fargo and The Big Lebowski) is The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, an anthology-style...
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Review: WHAT THEY HAD Is Sweet And Compelling

What They Had is the debut of writer-director Elizabeth Chomko. It is about a woman (Hilary Swank) who returns home at the request of...
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Review: THE HAPPY PRINCE Is An Earnest Portrait of Fame

The Happy Prince is the directorial debut of Rupert Everett, known for acting in films such as My Best Friend’s Wedding and Inspector Gadget....
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Review: MONSTER PARTY Is A Killer Good Time

Monster Party is a new horror film from writer-director Chris von Hoffman. And no, this is not a movie about Dracula, the Wolfman, and...
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Review: SUSPIRIA Is Shocking In All The Wrong Ways

The original Suspiria is considered by many to be a horror classic. It has gained a large and loyal cult fanbase, ultimately leading to...
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Review: CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? Is An Unusual And Fun Biopic

Ever since her breakout role in Bridesmaids, Melissa McCarthy has become famous predominantly for her comedy schtick. However, McCarthy has shown that she also...
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Review: THE NUTCRACKER AND THE FOUR REALMS Isn’t Very Magical

Taking a break from adapting their own animated classics into live-action films, Disney’s newest is The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, inspired by the...
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Review: BEAUTIFUL BOY Is Dark And Brooding

Based on their memoirs, Beautiful Boy is the story of David Sheff and his son Nic, as their relationship is strained when Nic becomes...
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Review: UNLOVABLE Is Actually Quite Lovable

Unlovable is a new comedy co-written and starring Charlene deGuzman. It debuted at the 2018 South by Southwest Film Festival, where it received Special...
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Review: SEARCHING FOR INGMAR BERGMAN Is A Fascinating Cinema Doc

Ingmar Bergman is considered by many to be one of the best filmmakers of all time, having created seminal masterworks such as The Seventh...
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Giveaway Alert: Free Screening of Steve McQueen’s WIDOWS

Monkeys Fighting Robots is proud to be partnering with 20th Century Fox to invite you, our readers, to see the new film Widows at...
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Review: HUNTER KILLER Sinks And Drowns

Hunter Killer is the new film for which Gerard Butler was invited to speak at the Pentagon in honor of the Navy’s birthday. Does...
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Review: Open Your Eyes For BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY

One of the bands of all time, Queen, has finally gotten a movie dedicated to their story. Was it worth the wait? Bohemian Rhapsody...
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Review: MOBILE HOMES Has Potential, But Doesn’t Quite Deliver

Mobile Homes is a new film by director Vladimir de Fontenay, an adaptation of his short of the same name. The movie is about...
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Review: DON’T GO Doesn’t Get Moving

Don’t Go is a new drama/psychological thriller starring Stephen Dorff. The film follows Ben, a writer who is grief-stricken over the death of his...
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Review: KILLER KATE! Doesn’t Live Up To Its Title

Airbnb has become a more and more popular service over the years as homeowners look for a way to make a quick buck off...
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Review: LONDON FIELDS Is A Messy But Intriguing Mystery

Plagued by a troubled past, London Fields is a new neo-noir thriller finally making its way to theaters. It is based on the novel...
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Review: JOHNNY ENGLISH STRIKES AGAIN With Laughs And Action

Johnny English Strikes Again is the newest entry in the spy spoof series headlined by Rowan Atkinson of Mr. Bean fame. The film follows...
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Review: MID90S Is A Solid Debut From Jonah Hill

In his directorial debut, Jonah Hill (Superbad, The Wolf of Wall Street) brings us mid90s, a coming-of-age tale set amidst the skater culture of...
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Review: AN EVENING WITH BEVERLY LUFF LINN Is Not So Magical

There are some movies that are so weird that you are struck with awe by their creativity. On the other hand, there are some...
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