Amada Pure Mole Corrector & Skin Tag Remover's Advanced Review: What Makes It Different?

Amada Pure Mole Corrector & Skin Tag Remover's Advanced Review: What Makes It Different?

Here's why Amada Pure Mole Corrector & Skin Tag Remover is your best option.
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'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Blu-Ray Review: This is Not the Home Video Release You Are Looking For

Should you buy the Blu-Ray for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens?" Here is a look at what the new home video release offers you.
Krisha

Review: Krisha's Fantastic Editing Puts Viewers on Increasing Edge

When "Krisha" premiered at the SXSW Film Festival last year, audiences gave the film standing ovations. Critics hailed it and director Trey Edward Shults for the film's compelling storyline. Indeed, the film's directing and acting are compelling, but the movie's innovative editing is what really stands out.
Il Trovatore Anna Netrebko Metropolitan Opera

Metropolitan Opera Review: Definitive Performances in Powerful McVicar Production of 'Il Trovatore'

This "Trovatore" might just be, with all due respect to the other brilliant casts preceding it, the very best showcased in this McVicar production since its inception. Every cast member brings a nuanced and exciting interpretation of the iconic characters and the production itself is easily among the best that general manager Peter Gelb has brought during his tenure.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

REEL SALAZARS: 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' Review: A Unique, Rewarding Film With Assured Direction and Fine Performances

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" may be comic but it is surely not an easy viewing. However, the film is rewarding and a truly enriching experience.
Paul Appleby and Gerald Finley starred in the brilliant

Metropolitan Opera Review 2014-15- "The Rake's Progress:" James Levine Leads Terrific Cast in Stravinsky Masterpiece

This "Rake's Progress" is opera at its finest - a modern retelling of a legend brought to life with glorious artists and a strong production. The production gets two more performances and audiences who really want to experience the wonder of the art form in its full beauty will likely not get any other such opportunities at the Met at the present moment.
Hot Pursuit

REEL SALAZARS 'Hot Pursuit' Movie Review: A Poorly Conceived Hot Mess Starring Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara

All in all audiences will get chances to laugh in this poorly conceived effort. However, it is a movie that is a step back in Hollywood. This is the type of movie actresses should be repulsed in and should skew away from if they want the system to ever change
Little Boy

REEL SALAZARS: 'Little Boy' Features Good Work From Cast But Lacks Compelling Story

Those looking for a feel good ending will definitely get one in "Little Boy." However, those looking for a compelling piece will end up bored and frustrated by the nonsensical conclusion that feels artificial and forced. Overall, no matter how many great actors are involved, this movie lacks a coherent script.
A La Mala

'A La Mala' Movie Review: Aislinn Derbez, Mauricio Ochmann Give Solid Performances in New Romantic Comedy

All in all "A La Mala" is an entertaining if not a ground-breaking romantic comedy that is sure to bring intended audiences to theaters. However, for those not interested in this type of genre, it will likely not be of interest.
Google Nexus 6

Google Nexus 6 vs. Apple iPhone 6 Specs, Review & Comparison: Ecosystems Matter Now

The Apple iPhone 6 and Google Nexus 6 are both good phones, with great specs, impressive features, and brand new system software. In doing a review and comparison, turns out it mostly comes down to which company you want to dominate your future.
Marion Cotillard delivers one of the best performances of her career in

Movie Review - 'Two Days, One Night': Marion Cotillard Delivers Powerful Turn in Everyman Tale

"Two Days, One Night" is a tremendously polished film from two cinematic geniuses. It packs quite an emotional punch in its final twist and features a distilled narrative that anyone can relate to on some level. Cotillard's performance is arguably her most refined and potent to date.
'The Two Faces of January ' Movie Delivers Powerful, Complex

Movie Review: Guatemalan Oscar Isaac Delivers Strong Performance in Compelling, Complex "The Two Faces of January"

As "The Two Faces of January" gets underway, Rydal (Oscar Isaac) is shown giving a tour of the Parthenon and telling those following him the story of Theseus and the death of his father Aegeus upon seeing the black sails on his ship. The story contextualizes the entire film by denoting its major themes of father-son relationships, deception, guilt and innocence.
Jessica Alba Solid in

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Movie Review: Sequel Amps Up Indulgence & Violence, But Not Compelling Storytelling or Characters

At the end of "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," Jessica Alba's Nancy repeats a seemingly popular refrain: "Sin City, it soils you." In the context of the story, Nancy is getting at the fact that living in that city is bound to corrupt anyone.
Tiger Woods

Five Biggest Headlines After First Day of PGA Championship

The first round of the 96th PGA Championship is complete at Valhalla Golf Club. Golf fans viewed a great first round with very low scores. Latin Post provides fans with a review of the first day, and tee times and pairings for day two.
Weblock iOS app

Tap That App: Weblock for iOS Eliminates Web and In-App Ads [Video]

Sure, ads are annoying when your visiting websites, but have you ever been playing a game or using an app on your iPhone and tried hitting a part of the screen, only to have that bit of real estate taken over by an ad, which you just accidentally clicked? There's no way to eliminate ads from inside apps, right?
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Somos Mari Pepa Movie Review: An Existential Look at the Difficulties of Adolescence

Adolescence. The time when everything feels possible, and life feels the most free. But adolescence is also a transitional period in which the youth comes to the realization that not everything is possible, and the liberty is an illusion. These complex ideas are brilliantly presented in Samuel Kishi's directorial debut "Somos Mari Pepa."
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