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‘Saints & Soldiers: The Void’ Holds all Theaters and Expands on August 29

Go Films announced that due to the success of SAINTS & SOLDIERS: THE VOID’s opening weekend, the film will remain in all its opening weekend theatres and open in additional theatres on Friday, August 29.

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Saints and Soldiers- The Void Explores Racism in the Ranks

Like the tanks that figure so prominently in its plot, Saints and Soldiers: The Void lumbers along in need of a tune-up but nevertheless packs a wallop when it counts.

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Ambitious Religious Films Coming Soon

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Maleficent Surprises with a Redemptive Arc

Much to my surprise, Maleficent is given a meaty character arc and Jolie's performance is a tour-de-force, delivering a potent mix of dry wit, vengeful venom, and long-dormant compassion that makes for compelling viewing.

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Fed Up: The Foods that are Hurting Your Children

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Godzilla is Exciting and Emotional

Director Gareth Edwards has delivered the rare monster movie that is grounded in emotional reality.

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