Sundance Film Review: Land

Sundance Film Review: Land
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Land is a quiet, introspective and metaphorical film that provides a rewarding experience and a very promising first feature. … read more

Cryptozoo Brings a Dash of Imagination to Sundance

Cryptozoo Brings a Dash of Imagination to Sundance
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Prolific in the medium of graphic novels, Dash Shaw views the virtual format of this year’s Sundance festival as well suited to Cryptozoo. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Passing

Sundance Film Review: Passing
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Passing is a striking and provocative first feature that signals the arrival of a major new directing talent. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Together Together

Sundance Film Review: Together Together
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Together Together invites the audience to become part of a unique and very memorable character relationship. … read more

Film Review: Dr. Bird’s Advice For Sad Poets

Film Review: Dr. Bird’s Advice For Sad Poets
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Dr. Bird’s Advice For Sad Poets offers nothing of value and will fade from memory quickly, assuming it makes any sort of mark at all. … read more

Film Review: Shadow in the Cloud

Film Review: Shadow in the Cloud
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Shadow in the Cloud is a high-flying, popcorn-popping movie that breathes fresh creativity into more than one genre. … read more

Film Review: Sylvie’s Love

Film Review: Sylvie’s Love
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Sylvie’s Love is old-fashioned in style and tone yet remarkably progressive and has the potential to become a favorite among romance lovers. … read more

Film Review: One Night in Miami…

Film Review: One Night in Miami…
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One Night in Miami is an intellectually and emotionally rewarding film that respects its audience and never talks down to anyone. … read more

Film Review: The Dissident

Film Review: The Dissident
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The Dissident is an important reminder of one of the most troubling chapters in the story of U.S. foreign policy over the past four years. … read more

The Top 11 Films of 2020

The Top 11 Films of 2020
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Feel free to disagree with this list. I may not even agree with myself when I look back on it, but here it is just the same, presented in alphabetical order. … read more