The Breakdown of 'The Girl on the Train', '13th', 'Siege of Jadotville' 'Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life' and "Amanda Knox"

We're baaack! After a week hiatus, the Breakdown returns with five review for 2016 new releases including the latest sensual thriller based on a huge bestseller, The Girl on the Train, and Ava Duvernay's documentary on the history of racism in mass incarceration, 13th. We also have three big topics that include looking at the career of the "Godfather of Gore" Herschel Gordon Lewis and the death of the streaming service, Shomi. As always if you love the show then please spread the word to other movie fans. If we can grow an audience, then we can continue to do this show every week and have the chance to improve what we can offer.

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Rating Rundown:

The Girl on the Train ** (CS & SM)
The Siege of Jadotville **½ (CS & SM)
Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life **½ (CS)
13th **** (CS) & ***½ (CS)
Amanda Knox ***½ (Cs & SM)