Ariana Broumas Farber’s DREAMERS: A Portrait of America

Ariana Broumas Farber’s DREAMERS: A Portrait of America
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DREAMERS reveals much about how cultural, gender and religious differences are perceived and, more often, misunderstood under Western idealism. … read more

Film Review: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Film Review: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is yet another endlessly entertaining watch as well as a satisfying showcase of quality genre filmmaking. … read more

Beer and Badass Babes: Katie Mansfield’s Winning PBR Can Design

Beer and Badass Babes: Katie Mansfield’s Winning PBR Can Design
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Katie Mansfield’s relatable design for the Pabst Blue Ribbon 2022 Art Can Contest depicts a lover locked in a kiss, wishing they were drinking a PBR instead. … read more

Film Review: Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams

Film Review: Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams
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Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams is a sincere effort, yet it remains an unimaginative, paint-by-numbers piece of filmmaking entry for a generally great director. … read more

Film Review: Pivot Pals

Film Review: Pivot Pals
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Despite the apparent commentary on things like masculinity and grief, Pivot Pals’ ending message is a familiar one of kindness and friendship. … read more

A Humble Prayer: A Conversation with THIS WAS THE PLACE filmmaker Nathan Manuel

A Humble Prayer: A Conversation with THIS WAS THE PLACE...
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Nathan Manuel’s four-part documentary THIS WAS THE PLACE is devoted to exploring what land means to the Indigenous people living in Salt Lake City. … read more

Film Review: Strange World

Film Review: Strange World
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Strange World is a throwback to the popular pulp of the ’40s and ’50s and updated for modern audiences with progressive sensibilities. … read more

Content Shifter: 6 Craptacular Christmas Movies

Content Shifter: 6 Craptacular Christmas Movies
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Here are six of the most hilarious holiday abominations ever committed to film—dare you to stream any of them to completion over your Christmas break. … read more

Film Review: Low Life

Film Review: Low Life
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Low Life fell short of its lofty aspirations, too heavy for a horror movie and too cheesy to be a drama, dragging on forever, and killing the building tension. … read more

Film Review: The Fabelmans

Film Review: The Fabelmans
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The Fabelmans, Steven Spielberg’s intimate self-portrait, is the film that I’ve been waiting to see for most of my life.   … read more