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Logan’s Top 10 Films of 2017

There were times when 2017 felt like it was actually a decade rather than one year. There were other times when it felt like I sneezed and the year just flew by. It’s a year full of highs and lows and, thankfully, there wasn’t a shortage of great films this year.   After taking a […]

Netflix Cinema: Bright

Bright is a flawed film that is certainly not Netflix's best original film but is also not their worst. It's a wildly entertaining film that shows Netflix is stepping in the right direction in the Hollywood blockbuster business.

The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

Noah Baumbach's latest film shows the audience how to turn a dysfunctional family's life into one of the funniest and best films of the year.

Heartland: That Trip We Took with Dad

For tickets and show times, please click here.   Picture this: you live in Romania in 1968. Stalin’s been dead for more than a decade yet his movement still lives on in your country, making your disgust in Stalin a major concern in the community if anyone finds out. Even though neighboring countries are experiencing […]

Heartland: What Children Do

For tickets and show times, please click here. After watching “What Children Do,” I was surprised that it took me this long to see a super indie comedy drama at Heartland Film Festival. Regardless of the film’s quality, this is a film that I think most people expect to see at a film festival. It […]

Heartland: Jasper Jones

A flawed experience that makes up for its shortcomings with a great cast, intriguing premise and gorgeous cinematography.

Heartland: I Can I Will I Did

For tickets and showtimes, please click here.   Inspirational dramas are the types of films I don’t necessarily go out of my way to watch in my free time. To clarify, I consider inspirational dramas to be films like “Remember the Titans” or “Rocky”. In my opinion, one of their biggest problems is that they […]

Heartland: Tatterdemalion

Tatterdemalion answers a question that no mystery fan wants to be answered: what happens when a film's core mystery is weak and boring?