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West Side Story Review 'Dazzling, & truly a throwback to old classic musicals/filmmaking'

Enter For A Chance To Win Access To Virtual Premiere Screening Of SWEET GIRL

Enter For A Chance To Win Access To Virtual Premiere Screening Of SWEET GIRL On August 18th at 5:30 PM.   Devoted family man Ray Cooper ( Jason Momoa ) vows justice against the pharmaceutical company responsible for pulling a potentially life saving drug from the market just before his wife ( Adria Arjona ) dies from cancer. But when his search for the truth leads to a deadly encounter that puts Ray and his daughter Rachel ( Isabela Merced ) in harm’s way, Ray’s mission turns into a quest for vengeance in order to protect the only family he has left. SWEET GIRL is directed by Brian Andrew Mendoza and stars Justin Bartha, Amy Brenneman, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Raza Jaffrey, Lex Scott Davis and Michael Raymond-James .     Sweet Girl releases on Netflix on August 20  CLICK HERE TO ENTER-    Discuss this with fellow SJF fans on Facebook . On Twitter, follow us at @SandwichJohnFilms Please Leave A Comment-

MICHAEL MANN’S 'HEAT' ON ON DIGITAL HD, BLU-RAY & DVD MAY 9

AL PACINO & ROBERT DE NIRO STAR IN MICHAEL MANN’S MASTERPIECE HEAT , ARRIVING ON DIGITAL HD, BLU-RAY & DVD MAY 9. Director’s Definitive Edition Includes New Restoration Overseen by Michael Mann. Featuring 2016 Academy Panel Reuniting Mann, Pacino, De Niro and all major cast Moderated by Christopher Nolan Along With Toronto International Film Festival Q&A with Mann. HEAT: DIRECTOR’S DEFINITIVE EDITION Oscar® winners Al Pacino* and Robert De Niro** both drive one of the most powerful and complex crime dramas of all time - four-time Oscar nominee Michael Mann’s*** 1995 classic HEAT, arriving in an all-new Director’s Definitive Edition May 9 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. In the wake of a precision heist of an armored van, the crew of a fierce, professional thief (De Niro) and an obsessively driven LAPD detective (Pacino) are locked in deadly opposition as they vector towards each other in Mann’s dazzling, twilight vision of Los Angeles. As the