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“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

“Dune” Breathes New Life Into Frank Herbert’s Source Material

The film is mesmerizing, transporting the viewer to a world so different from ours, yet so similar, writes film critic Audrey Ruppert. more
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