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Killjoys Season 5 Episode 1 Review: Run, Yala, Run

Killjoys returns and Team Awesome Force finds its members trapped in an alternate world created by The Lady.



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This Killjoys review contains spoilers.

Killjoys Season 5 Episode 1

“Did you just try to shoot me?”

Killjoys returns for its fifth and final season, and the Michelle Lovretta penned “Run, Yala, Run” keeps viewers delightfully off balance with a continuation of the narrative paradigm shift introduced in last season’s finale. We know it won’t last, but it’s a lot of fun watching our familiars play out alternate roles in this Westerly world turned upside down as we await their eventual emergence from the psychologically induced alternate reality. Throughout the series’ run we’ve witnessed Dutch and the Jaqobis brothers battle demons from their past lives, and now it’s precisely these experiences, both good and bad, that hold the key to survival in this new world
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Movie Review – Kin (2018)

Kin, 2018.

Directed by Jonathan Baker and Josh Baker.

Starring Myles Truitt, Jack Reynor, James Franco. Zoë Kravitz, Carrie Coon, Dennis Quaid, Gavin Fox, Lily Gao, Carleigh Beverly, Romano Orzari, Ian Matthews, Khalid Klein, and Michael B. Jordan.


Chased by a vengeful criminal, the feds and a gang of otherworldly soldiers, a recently released ex-con and his adopted teenage brother are forced to go on the run with a weapon of mysterious origin as their only protection.

Of all the things wrong with Kin, it’s probably best to begin with the reason brothers Eli (newcomer Myles Truitt) and Jimmy (Jack Reynor) are on the run from apparently dangerous criminals and law enforcement.. Without explaining the set up in detail, much of the story hinges on the audience buying into James Franco’s Taylor and his ragtag group of thugs as some of the most deplorable criminals to ever exist,
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Trailer of 'A Beginner's Guide to Ending'

The trailer of Jonathan Sobol's A Beginner's Guide to Endings is already online. The film is currently being screened at the Toronto International Film Festival.

According to the Tiff, here's the story:

Duke White (Harvey Keitel) hasn’t been an ideal father to his five boys. An inveterate gambler who never experienced a windfall he couldn’t blow within twenty-four hours, he has come to the end of his rope, literally. Years ago, he signed up his three eldest sons for unsafe drug tests that turned out to have dire consequences: the boys’ life expectancy have been substantially reduced. Upon receiving the news after their father’s funeral, the sons return to their family home in Niagara Falls, where they respond to their eminent demises in different yet equally hilarious ways.

Womanizing Cal (Scott Caan) is determined to hook up with Miranda (Tricia Helfer), the one girl who got away.
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