Film Review: Inside Out 2

Film Review: Inside Out 2
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I couldn’t be more overcome by joy—and by Joy—to give Inside Out 2 a resounding recommendation for all audiences. … read more

Film Review: Tuesday

Film Review: Tuesday
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Tuesday is certainly not going to be for everyone, and it’s a movie that leaves its audience with a lot to take in and ponder. … read more

A Family Holds The Mirror Up To Nature in Ghostlight 

A Family Holds The Mirror Up To Nature in Ghostlight 
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As Ghostlight hits theaters across America on June 14, the Kupferer family is taking this exciting new chapter in their lives one day at a time. … read more

Film Review: I Used To Be Funny

Film Review: I Used To Be Funny
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I Used To Be Funny is an affecting and compelling film that pulled me in so completely that it kept me awake for hours trying to process it. … read more

Pablo Berger On Visual Storytelling and Robot Dreams 

Pablo Berger On Visual Storytelling and Robot Dreams 
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Experiencing love and loss alongside Dog and Robot, and as each person finds a special meaning to the story, for Pablo Berger, it is truly a dream come true. … read more

Film Review: Kidnapped: The Abduction of Edgardo Mortara

Film Review: Kidnapped: The Abduction of Edgardo Mortara
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Kidnapped: The Abduction of Edgardo Mortara, this is an important and profound film that needs to be widely seen, digested and discussed openly and mindfully. … read more

Film Review: Bad Boys: Ride Or Die

Film Review: Bad Boys: Ride Or Die
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There’s something to be said for dumb fun, but there’s a whole lot of dumb and not nearly enough fun on display here. Bad films. Whatcha gonna do? … read more

Director Castille Landon Talks Summer Camp

Director Castille Landon Talks Summer Camp
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She’d like it to inspire people to reconnect with someone from the past and spend time together. Whether in the great outdoors or together in a theater. … read more

Film Review: Young Woman and the Sea

Film Review: Young Woman and the Sea
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Young Woman and The Sea is the perfect argument against the frequently uttered complaint that “They don’t make movies like they used to.” … read more

Film Review: Ezra

Film Review: Ezra
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Ezra is an embarrassing misfire, especially considering the talent involved in it. … read more