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Author: Josh Heath

Lavender twists a surprising tale and paints pretty pictures, but is hampered by glacial pacing and bland, forgettable characters.

Puk Grasten's lifeless '37' attempts to add fictional flourish to a horrendous murder, but loses it's heart and soul in the process.

Clay Tweel's documentary 'Gleason' will inspire and provide perspective for even the grumpiest, down-trodden audience member with a masterfully assembled picture of endurance and love.

A clever, bleak entry into the crime thriller genre, Cash Only constructs characters and thrills effectively. Too bad the ending devalues the film's whole.