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The ‘Stache has given our review of Michael Rapaport’s documentary on ground breaking hip hop outfit, A Tribe Called Quest, to IPaintMyMind to run exclusively on their site. To read our review, just click on the picture above.

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My review for the psychidelic trip fest, “Beyond The Black Rainbow” is posted exclusively on the non-profit arts web magazine, IPaintMyMind.org.

If you are interested in reading the review head on over using the link below.

“Beyond The Black Rainbow”

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Movie Review by Matthew Schuchman- Two and a Half out of Five ‘Staches.

As far as anyone knows, Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid were killed by the Bolivian police in 1908. The new film “Blackthorn,” takes the position that maybe Butch and Sundance actually got away and follows the story of Cassidy about 20 years later, now going by the name James Blackthorn. (more…)

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Movie Review by Matthew Schuchman- Two out of Five ‘Staches.

Based on a true story that was co-written by one of the main characters, “Puncture” showcases the directorial debut of TV producers, directors and brothers; Adam and Mark Kassen. Revolving around a serious issue in the health care industry, the story is an extremely important one that anyone and everyone should know about; too bad as a film the pieces just don’t fit that well. (more…)

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Movie Review by Matthew Schuchman- Two out of Five ‘Staches.

The debut of writer/director Dan Rush, “Everything Must Go” is based on a short story by Raymond Carver called, “Why Don’t You Dance?” Starring Will Ferrell in another turn at a dramatic role, the film holds onto some of the dark Carver spirit, but doesn’t hold enough punch to really put it on the forefront of good movies. (more…)

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Movie Review by Matthew Schuchman- One and a Half out of Five ‘Staches.

You can say I was intrigued from the start. Israel’s first horror/slasher film; as it is being billed. Finally, someone will provide a fresh take on an overdone genre that is in need or a real gem. Unfortunately, “Kalevet” (“Rabies”), is just convoluted mess of poor story telling and characters that are hard not to despise. (more…)

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Movie Review by Matthew Schuchman- Four out of Five ‘Staches.

Open your Netflix account, close your eyes and click¬† around. The chance is high you’ll land on a movie revolving around cops, criminals, drugs and corruption. “The Guard,” the feature length directorial debut of writer John Michael McDonagh definitely fits this bill.¬† But through clever and witty writing, fantastic character portrayals and the smarts to not over complicate the story, “The Guard” is an absolute winner and one of the best films I have personally seen thus far at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival. (more…)

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