The Film Yap reviews “The Girl on the Train,” “The Birth of a Nation,” and more!

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He describes one of these films as one “everyone should see.” The Film Yap’s Christopher Lloyd has more!

• The Birth of a Nation

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The true story of a black preacher who led a slave uprising in 1831 gets a powerful, lyrical depiction in this drama written, directed by and starring Nate Parker. A sure Best Picture Oscar nominee.”

 

• The Girl on the Train

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Emily Blunt grunges herself up to play a broken, alcoholic woman whose fixation on a pair of seemingly perfect women takes a dark turn when one of them goes missing, and she becomes the prime suspect.”

 

• Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life

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The Worst Years of My Life – A typical suburban kid faces stress from bullies, girls and an uppity principal in this comedy.”

 

• X-Men: Apocalypse – Stream It

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The retconned mutant superhero franchise must face a threat from an ancient Egyptian evil. Stream It.”

 

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