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“A Man Called Otto” Emphasizes The Importance Of Neighborly Love

Tom Hanks' character in "A Man Called Otto" is someone I would dismiss with an "OK Boomer" in real life -- but by the end, he has more than earned redemption. more

“My Policeman” Gives Voice To People Who Are Famously Reserved

In “My Policeman,” Harry Styles plays a policeman living in the 1950s who clearly has traditional values, but he’s also a closeted gay man and deeply uncomfortable with who he is. more

Romantic Comedy “Ticket To Paradise” Takes Viewers On A Worthwhile Trip

An empty but fun bit of charming escapism, “Ticket to Paradise” might just be the break you need from a world under siege by depressing news cycles. more

Cape Arthur Community Beach Plays Backdrop For FILMSTERS Academy’s Advanced Group Film

"What I Love About Jane" was shot on location at the Cape Arthur community beach in Severna Park in one day, as well as at a private home in Millersville. more

Nothing’s Off The Table When Catching Up With Walker Babington

For the Severna Park native and actor — most recently appearing in the hit Apple TV+ show “Black Bird” — there isn’t a drum loud or eccentric enough to convey how fascinating he is. more

“Where The Crawdads Sing” Is A True Crime Thriller Full Of Twists

If you like nature, true crime, thrillers and a good ole revenge flick, this movie is for you. more

Independent Film “Shadows Of America” To Premiere In Pasadena

“Shadows of America” will premiere at Horizon Sun Valley Cinemas at 7:00pm on Tuesday, June 28. more

“Top Gun: Maverick” Takes Viewers On A Better Ride Than Its Predecessor

"Top Gun: Maverick” was vastly superior to the original. more

“The Northman” Is A Brutal, Familiar Story

After the first 15 minutes of “The Northman,” I thought to myself, “Is this ‘The Lion King’ again?” more

“The Bubble” Is A Mess Of A Comedy

“Jurassic World Dominion” was mid-shoot in March 2020 when the coronavirus pandemic swept the world. more

“The Batman” Is Not Your Typical Superhero Flick And That’s A Good Thing

In an age of seemingly pointless reboots, “The Batman” was the one we needed. more

“West Side Story” Gets A Much-Needed Makeover

The new film pulls from the original Broadway source material, the classic film, and modern interpretations of American history. more
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