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Kate Branch

Kate Branch
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
100% Meadowland (2015) I walked out of the theater feeling an urgency to call everyone in my life that mattered to me and tell them how much I love them.‐ Glamour
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65% Frank & Lola (2016) What unravels is an incredibly intoxicating game of cat-and-mouse. And did I say sexy? Very sexy, too.‐ Glamour
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91% Uncle Howard (2016) It's such an inspiring and uplifting-not to mention downright cool-portrait of another man's hero.‐ Glamour
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100% Suited (2016) The characters-a lawyer, a groom, a young boy who is getting barmitzvah'd-are incredible, and their individual obstacles, from being taken seriously at work to having never looked in the mirror and liking what they saw-are deeply touching. ‐ Glamour
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64% Antibirth (2016) It's super bloody, super trippy, but at least it's not another zombie or werewolves flick like everything else is on TV.‐ Glamour
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81% Lovesong (2017) It's not oversaturated with dialogue or sex or any other bag of tricks typically used to tell this kind of love story. Instead, the audience is often left alone with Keough, vulnerable in her sadness and hesitation to live life the way she wants to.‐ Glamour
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19% Yoga Hosers (2016) It's actually incredibly feminist and totally fun to watch.‐ Glamour
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95% Sing Street (2016) It's hilarious, sweet, sad, and literally had the audience clapping song after song.‐ Glamour
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97% Love & Friendship (2016) What's possibly most joyous to watch is the Mean Girls-like relationship between Lady Susan and her friend, played by Chloe Sevigny. There is a reason Amazon already snatched this one up.‐ Glamour
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96% Gleason (2016) While there are moments in the film when the audience, together, was uncontrollably balling-and I mean wailing-a lot of the film is full of hope and laughter too.‐ Glamour
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84% Tallulah (2016) Icing on the cake is Allison Janney, who under false pretenses takes in Page's character and the baby and is as crazy and lovable as ever. Thank God Netflix snatched this one up!‐ Glamour
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95% Manchester by the Sea (2016) Manchester by the Sea just put Casey Affleck in a whole new category.‐ Glamour
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78% The Fundamentals of Caring (2016) It's a road trip story at its finest, and Rudd, who plays a retired writer turned caregiver, saves the day at almost every wrong turn. Have tissues ready when you watch.‐ Glamour
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