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Review 12

This is our twelfth overall episode and the sixth (and final) one of the 2021-2022 academic year. Tune in to see what FMI Department Chair Chris Reed, FMI Senior Kevin Baker and FMI Sophomore Kayla Mings think of the new films Petite Maman (out from Neon on April 22) and The Northman (coming out April 22, as well, from Focus Features).

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Review 11

This is our eleventh overall episode and the fifth of the 2021-2022 academic year. Tune in to see what FMI Department Chair Chris Reed and FMI Sophomore/Junior Devin Maldonado and Sophomore Ian Whisner think of the 2022 Oscar-Nominated Live Action Shorts (the winner will be announced at the March 27 Academy Awards) and Mothering Sunday (in limited release from Sony Pictures Classics starting March 25).

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FMI Review Show 10

This is our tenth overall episode and the fourth of the 2021-2022 academic year. Tune in to see what FMI Department Chair Chris Reed, FMI Sophomore Tiana Dobson and Business Communication/Fashion Design (Double Major) First-Year Student Phoebe Zaranski think of The Godfather (re-released theatrically by Paramount Pictures on February 25, and then digitally on March 22) and the new film Cyrano (released wide by United Artists on February 25).

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Review 9

This is our ninth overall episode and the third of the 2021-2022 academic year. Tune in to see what FMI Department Chair Chris Reed, FMI Senior Lauren Brightwell and FMI Junior Treasure McCorkle think of the new films Citizen Ashe (to be released by CNN and HBO Max, first theatrically and then online, starting December 3) and King Richard (released theatrically and on HBO Max on November 19).

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review 8

This is our eighth overall episode and the second of the 2021-2022 academic year. Tune in to see what FMI Department Chair Chris Reed and FMI Sophomores George Campbell and Ethan Hislop think of the new films Luzzu (released by Kino Lorber starting October 15) and Dune (released theatrically by Warner Bros. and on HBO Max starting October 22).

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