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In a way, Acasa, My Home is a real-world Leave No Trace, Debra Granik’s recent American drama about an off-the-grid father and daughter rejecting the conformities of a traditional society.

Posted: Thursday Jan 21, 2021

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Pet movie review & film summary (2016) | Roger Ebert

Posted: (2 days ago) I suppose that “Pet,” for me at least, completes a trifecta of sorts. Advertisement. Thriller. Glenn Kenny. Glenn Kenny was the chief film critic of Premiere magazine for almost half of its existence. He has written for a host of other publications and resides in Brooklyn.

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Pet Sematary movie review & film summary (2019) | Roger Ebert

Posted: (2 days ago) Although “Pet Sematary” is a largely dreadful film, it is slightly better and never as offensively bad as the first version. And a couple of the performances are pretty good—Seimetz and Laurence are both reasonably touching and believable in their roles and Lithgow’s amiable old coot game is strong as well.

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The Secret Life of Pets 2 movie review (2019) | Roger Ebert

Posted: (2 days ago) The original “Secret Life of Pets” from 2016 was similarly slight but consistently amusing. It tapped into the notion that surely every pet owner—excuse me, human companion—has contemplated at one time or another: What do our furry friends do all day while we’re away? It is an incredibly simple yet irresistible idea for a movie.

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The Secret Life of Pets movie review (2016) | Roger Ebert

Posted: (4 days ago) “The Secret Life of Pets” is a kind-hearted, sweet story about the unique relationship not only between pets and their owners but between pets and major cities like New York.

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Ace Ventura: Pet Detective movie review (1994) | Roger Ebert

Posted: (3 days ago) You know that the French consider Jerry Lewis the greatest screen comedian of all time. You've looked at some Lewis comedies, but you don't get the joke. You know that a lot of critics praised Steve Martin in "The Jerk," but you liked him better after he started acting more normal. You are not a promising candidate to see "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective." The movie stars Jim Carrey, best known as ...

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