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MRR Review: "Oculus"


Rating: R
Length: 105 minutes
Release Date: April 11, 2014
Directed by: Mike Flanagan
Genre: Horror

"Dom Hemingway" Review: Craig's First Take


Billed as a movie where we get to see Jude Law play a reprehensible scumbag for once, Richard Shepard’s “Dom Hemingway” should be all kinds of fun. The first scene sort of is. Law’s Dom has taken a prison stint lasting 12 years, a long time the movie says, long enough for him to have created a thrilling ode to his penis (I’m not kidding, he really makes you want to see this thing), which Law recites like Moses on the mountain while a fellow prisoner gives him oral off-camera.

MRR Review: "Hide Your Smiling Faces"


Rating: NR
Length: 81 minutes
Release Date: March 25, 2014
Directed by: Daniel Patrick Carbone
Genre: Drama

The debut feature film from Daniel Patrick Carbone, "Hide Your Smiling Faces," evokes the 1950s feel of such other coming-of-age classics as "Matinee" and "The Sandlot." Instead of having their faces glued to handheld game players and smartphones, the boys in this movie ride bikes around the neighborhood, go on romps through the woods and even take part in the sort of horseplay that teachers frown upon but boys cherish.