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    “Villains Incorporated” Review

    Villains Incorporated: Directed by Jeremy Warner. With Mallory Everton, Colin Mochrie, Jason Gray, Billy Mann. After the death of their boss, Beatrix, Cain and Harold are left destitute living in an abandoned grocery store. Beatrix is determined that they will fight on their own and take over the world by any means necessary.

    I didn’t really know anything about this film other than Colin Mochrie was in it and the name sounded cool, and boy it was a heck of a ride. I’ve been reading a ton of superhero books in the last few years and this feels like an adaptation of a few of the more sarcastic ones that focused on just the bad guys and how they operated in a world filled with superpowered heroes, all seen through the lens of 3 complete idiot henchmen that seem to survive an awfully lot of incompetent masterminds. This one is going to be worth buying when it comes out on disk if only just to be able to pause each of the scenes to soak in the world building that went into all the signage and props.

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    “The Sleepover” Review

    The Sleepover: Directed by Trish Sie. With Sadie Stanley, Maxwell Simkins, Cree, Lucas Jaye. When two siblings discover their seemingly normal mom is a former thief in witness protection who has been forced to pull one last job, they team up to rescue her over the course of an action-packed night.

    A family friendly caper film that wears it’s heart on it’s sleeve, it was a fun and enjoyable romp with a family coming to terms with the lies that their mother told them in order to protect them from the bad guys. Also, Maxwell Simkins is going to go places if this film was any indication, he was hilarious!

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    Lucy Hale