NO HARD FEELINGS – Review by Nadine Whitney

No Hard Feelings doesn’t quite balance its themes but is still clever and poignant. The throwback comedy is raucous, and the awareness of changing attitudes is deftly handled. Jennifer Lawrence once again proves she can take on any role with aplomb and conviction and has a wonder knack for comedy. No Hard Feelings is for the most part good fun and makes for a witty coming of age story for both thirty-two-year-old Maddie and the teen who teaches her some unexpected life lessons.

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NO HARD FEELINGS – Review by T.J. Callahan

Jennifer Lawrence is putting risqué fun before substance in her latest R rated coming of age comedy, No Hard Feelings. Loosely based on an actual Craig’s List ad, No Hard Feelings is helicopter parenting gone wild, when a couple (Laura Benanti and a long-haired, paunchy Matthew Broderick) places a notice looking for someone to make a man out of their introverted 19 year old son before he heads off to Princeton. Maddie, in need of some quick cash to save her from losing the only home she has ever known, applies to be Percy’s dream date.

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BLIND, THE BLACK PANTHERS, DIRTY WEEKEND and Other September 4 Openers – Reviews by Jennifer Merin

Blind, Eskil Vogt’s fascinating first feature, focuses on Ingrid (Ellen Dorrit Petersen), who recently lost her sight and stays at

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