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We pick the latest indie, international, doc, classic, and TV releases for your home video collection. New Indie A very funny comedy that seemed to come and go from theaters without getting the notice it deserved was Never Goin’ Back (Lionsgate). The feature debut from writer-director Augustine Frizzell, this wild farce follows two Texas girls (played by Maia Mitchell and Camila Morrone) who absolutely, positively do not have their act together. As they attempt to buckle down and focus on life and work so that they can afford a beach vacation, they keep detouring into bad decisions, surprisingly potent pot brownies and the endless array of pitfalls that avail themselves to people in their late teens and early 20s. Also starring SNL’s Kyle Mooney, this one’s...
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