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VIZIO Crave 360 Wireless Speaker Review
SmartCast speakers and soundbars can be connected wirelessly throughout the house. Photo: VIZIO. Are You Craving More Wireless Music? It's hard to find an audio company that isn't producing
wireless speakers these days. Even companies traditionally known f...
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Samsung's 2017 QLED Ultra HD TVs Are Brighter and More Colorful, Even from the Sides
Two years ago, Samsung set its highest performance televisions
apart with the letter, "S." "S-UHD" was the Samsung moniker for their
brightest, sexiest and highest perfoming LED/LCD TVs. This year they've
taken two steps backward - in the alphabet that i...
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The Space Between Us Review
If it's possible for a planet to achieve celebrity status, Mars seems
to have reached that tipping point of late. The Red Planet shared top
billing in Matt Damon's 2014 crowd-pleaser "The Martian", the ESA's Mars
Express mission is still going strong, an...
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The Founder Review
Small Fry When " The Founder " opens, Ray Kroc   (Michael Keaton) is a travelling salesman with a product he feels passionate about - or at least does his best to sell. He has a tool, which will allow restaurants to make several milkshakes at one time. He's...
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20th Century Women Review
Much has already been written about Annette Bening's Golden Globe-nominated performance in " 20 th  Century Women " - so much so that audiences coming to the film armed with this background might initially wonder what all the fuss is about. But this essay o...
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Split Review
James McAvoy is the Reason to See 'Split' " Split, " while entirely imperfect, is a continued leap in the right direction for M. Night Syamalan, the mind behind "The Sixth Sense," "Signs" and "Unbreakable" (and a few other things we would like to forget abo...
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Live By Night Review
" Live By Night ", the latest from actor/director Ben Affleck, has a solid Boston pedigree, as it's based on a novel by prolific local writer Dennis Lehane, who also penned the source material for "Mystic River", "Shutter Island", and "Gone Baby Gone".  It ...
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Silence Review
"Silence" , the new film from Martin Scorsese, explores the history of Catholicism in medieval Japan and would seem to be something of a departure for a director known primarily for hard-hitting gangster movies ("Goodfellas", "The Departed") and gritty depi...
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A Monster Calls Review
The Power of the Imagination Grief has been tackled in so many ways on the big screen that we are at the point where it's hard to tell if a film is even being sincere in its intentions. The line gets blurred if a movie cares about its characters or if it si...
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