Film Review: Don’t Look Up

Film Review: Don’t Look Up
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Don’t Look Up is the kind of satire that will leave smart viewers thinking about it when they least expect it for years and decades to come. … read more

Film Review: West Side Story

Film Review: West Side Story
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Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story is essentially the same as the original film, but with a more nuanced and timely vision. … read more

Film Review: C’mon C’mon

Film Review: C’mon C’mon
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Everything about Mike Mills’ C’mon C’mon, from the gorgeous black-and-white cinematography to the editing, is pure perfection. … read more

Composer Carter Burwell’s Bright Manhattan Mornings and Dark Scottish Nights

Composer Carter Burwell’s Bright Manhattan Mornings and Dark Scottish Nights
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The prolific composer Carter Burwell’s filmography spans 37 years, but this icon of film music never planned on composing for movies. … read more

Film Review: Bruised

Film Review: Bruised
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Even if it lacks inspiration, Halle Berry approaches her directorial debut, Bruised, with workman-like precision and confidence. … read more

The Many Loves of Eleanor Coppola

The Many Loves of Eleanor Coppola
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Eleanor Coppola explores love, the connections that we make and the bonds we share in her new anthology film, Love is Love is Love. … read more

Film Review: Julia

Film Review: Julia
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Julia may not be the most life-changing or insightful documentary of the year, but it’s elegant, sweet and baked to perfection. … read more

Film Review: House of Gucci

Film Review: House of Gucci
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House of Gucci follows Patrizia Reggiani’, an outsider from humble beginnings, in her marriage to Maurizio Gucci. … read more

From SLC To MCU: VFX Editor Hannah Long’s Super Career

From SLC To MCU: VFX Editor Hannah Long’s Super Career
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By Patrick Gibbs [email protected] Every year at the Sundance Film Festival, Utah becomes a destination spot for filmmakers. For Hannah Long, a Lead Visual Effects Editor for Marvel Studios, Salt

Film Review: King Richard

Film Review: King Richard
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King Richard is inspiring and well worth seeing. It’s a return to form for Smith and a good film if taken on its own merits. … read more