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Review: Inateck BTSP-10 Plus is an all-purpose Bluetooth speaker

The Inateck BTSP-10 Plus Bluetooth speaker is a high-performance, portable wireless speaker for audiophiles listening to music while at home and on the move. It gives good sound quality while still being small enough to take out with you.

Review: ‘Unfriended’ is more than just the latest gimmicky horror flick Special

‘Unfriended’ brings social commentary back to the horror genre, while simultaneously offering a unique viewpoint for audiences.

Review: ‘Beyond the Reach’ is grasping for solid ground

Hunting and surviving become interchangeable in the thriller, ‘Beyond the Reach,’ when two men become cornered animals in the middle of nowhere.

Review: The Inateck BK1003E Bluetooth keyboard makes mobile typing easy

The Inateck BK1003E Bluetooth keyboard is a sleek and stylish portable keyboard for use with your mobile devices when on the go. It can be slung into a bag and makes typing on the move much easier.

Review: The Inateck BR1001 lets you stream music to any speakers

The Inateck BR1001 Bluetooth audio receiver lets you play music wirelessly from a mobile device through any set of speakers. It is a useful addition to the home of any tech-lover and can also be used while on the move.

Review: King of Cool and Queen of Sass featured in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a gripping miniseries about a missing child; two documentaries about larger-than-life men; a classic starring Bette Midler and James Caan; a notable action movie; and four classic TV shows in their entirety.

Review: ‘The Salt of the Earth’ combines the art of film and photography Special

‘The Salt of the Earth’ is a riveting documentary chronicling the life and art of social and nature photographer, Sebastião Salgado.

Review: ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ is a grand achievement times three Special

Olivier Assayas’ ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ is an intelligent and incredibly self-reflexive film, featuring stellar performances by Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart and Chloë Grace Moretz.

Review: ‘Danny Collins’ is a charmer until the end Special

In ‘Danny Collins,’ Al Pacino once again steps into the shoes of an aging performer, but this time with more humour and compassion.

Review: ‘The Longest Ride’ goes on far too long Special

‘The Longest Ride’ lives up to its title, feeling like a drawn out love story starring two people who aren’t at all convincing as a couple.

Review: New on DVD for April 7 Special

This week’s releases include a historical saga that exemplifies resilience; an understated narrative about integrity; a young and irresponsible Richard Gere; and a friendship built on violence.

Review: ‘Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter’ is a blur of fact and fiction Special

‘Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter’ is a stunning film based on the real-life story of a young Japanese woman who took a similar disclaimer at the start of a movie too literally.

Review: ‘Furious 7’ gives fans everything they want and then some Special

‘Furious 7’ delivers everything fans have come to expect from the franchise with even crazier stunts and hotter cars, as well as a continued focus on the importance of family.

Review: ‘Woman in Gold’ depicts a single victory of stunning consequence Special

‘Woman in Gold’ is part court drama, part survivor’s tale, adeptly relaying the emotional journey on which an odd couple embark in the name of justice related to WWII.

Review: The iClever IC-BTS02 is a loud, ultra-portable Bluetooth speaker

The iClever IC-BTS02 is an ultra-portable, high-quality Bluetooth speaker that is small enough to sling into a bag while still delivering an enjoyable sound experience. It can also be used to take calls with its built-in mic.

Review: The I’s have it in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a magnificent, Oscar-nominated performance; a stunning spectacle in space; two highly entertaining series from HBO; and an adorably informative nature documentary.

Review: Closing films at Human Rights Watch Fest about improving life Special

The last three days of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival features stories about challenging the status quo to improve people’s lives.

Review: ‘It Follows’ is horror at its best Special

‘It Follows’ is a breakthrough horror movie that revives less ostentatious aspects of the genre to deliver the best film in the category this year.

Local restaurant calls out dishonest reviewer on Yelp

Millbrae - The owner of a Chinese restaurant in California, took a stand against a dishonest review, and he says he has video to disprove the negative comments.

Review: ‘The Riot Club’ inspires conversation, but is it the right one? Special

The authentic performances in ‘The Riot Club’ make it difficult to watch, but it does not add much to the conversation of inequality.

Review: ‘Home’ relies on funny characters to alleviate predictable story Special

‘Home’ is a cute and simple animated comedy about an alien outcast who befriends an Earthling after his species invades her planet.

Review: New on DVD for March 24 Special

This week’s releases include one last adventure in Middle-Earth; a musical mash-up; a raw documentary about fame and misfortune; and a favourite ‘80s romantic mismatch.

Review: ‘Tracers’ uses parkour to enhance the film’s appeal Special

‘Tracers’ is a high-speed action movie that gives audiences an up-close view of freerunning as its characters leap from one danger to the next.

Review: ‘Backcountry’ uses nature’s monster to provide its scares Special

‘Backcountry’ is a thriller that could make campers rethink their next trip — if the protagonists didn’t make so many mistakes along the way.

Review: ‘The Gunman’ follows the beaten path rather than carve its own Special

‘The Gunman’ follows in the footsteps of most recent Liam Neeson movies in which a retired mercenary must fend off would-be assassins while trying to discover who is supplying the guns-for-hire.

Review: ‘Insurgent’ doesn’t stand alone, but it’s on solid ground Special

‘Insurgent’ is the second part in a trilogy that takes its characters on a new but somewhat familiar path in anticipation of a totally different course in the closing chapter.

Review: New on DVD for March 17 Special

This week’s releases include a couple of misguided horror movies; two TV series rooted in history; epic missions by renowned heroes; an entertaining dramatic comedy from Chris Rock; and an adrenaline-fuelled documentary.

Review: ‘The Cobbler’ isn’t the only one having an identity crisis Special

‘The Cobbler’ is an uncomfortable mix of family drama and silly comedy as a man confronts his roots while exploring his newfound ability to change his physical appearance at will.

Review: ‘Cinderella’ recreates magic of animated classic Special

The live-action ‘Cinderella’ captures all the magic of Disney’s animated classic from its beautiful look to its fairy-tale characters. And ‘Frozen Fever’ is an entertaining follow-up to the 2013 feature that still has people singing its praises.

Review: Neill Blomkamp’s ‘Chappie’ still has some major glitches Special

Writer/director Neil Blomkamp’s third sci-fi feature, ‘Chappie,’ is an innovative look at artificial intelligence, though it’s not without its flaws.
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