PODCAST: Close Encounters – Episode 21 – Our #bcelxn Movie

This week: another trailer divides the internet, and Shakiel and I cast our #bcpoli movie votes, offering up suggestions as to who would play Christy Clark (Liberals), John Horgan (NDP) and Andrew Weaver (Greens) in a film about…well, them.

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REVIEW – A Dog’s Purpose paws at straws, but is still kind of fun

Outside of the controversy, it’s not a terrible film, but it’s as cheesy as you’d imagined.

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REVIEW – Doctor Strange a much-needed magical boost for the box office

Visually, financially – you name it. This film is a chance to invigorate the box office.

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REVIEW – Deepwater Horizon takes the plunge with a well-known story

…but the story will have you recognizing some of the small victories in this story.

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BOX OFFICE REPORT FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14TH

This week: just two releases with some decent circulation, a B.C. director (and musician) is back at the Vancouver Film Festival with a movie he made in 2014, and another, more revealing trailer for Rogue One. 

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