I’m always shocked when I see something that is universally loved and I cannot fathom why. I always feel like there are some redeeming factors or traits that I’ve missed. Maybe I saw it at the wrong time of my life. Who knows. Maybe it’s like the He-Man factor.
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It sure has been an eventful summer, superheroes, sequels, and epic set pieces have once again dominated the cinematic landscape, but not here, here at From The Projection Room we have given you alternatives to the blockbuster season and now it’s time to look at August. Traditionally August is slower on the blockbuster front but it doesn’t mean there are mainstream films that over shadow some incredible indie fare. Because of that I’m going to give you three more indie alternatives to the studio produced films of the main stream, let’s get started.
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