ARTHUR THE KING – Review by T.J Callahan

Mark Wahlberg stars as the professional endurance competitor who puts his family in jeopardy to chase his dream of being a winner.. Even though Wahlberg basically plays the same character in all his films, he’s always likable and still believable as a doggedly determined midlife adventurer. Arthur The King is not the perfect movie, but really the only bone I have to pick with it is it leans on the sappy side. That’s ok though because the story is pawsitively inspirational.

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THE INVITATION – Review by Susan Granger

Originally titled The Bride, The Invitation is an excursion into Gothic horror that pivots around issues of race and class. After an all-too revelatory prologue, the story begins in New York, where twentysomething Evie (Nathalie Emmanuel), a struggling artist, works as a catering waitress to pay the bills. At an event promoting a DNA testing company, Evie swipes a swag bag and takes the saliva test at home.

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