Oscar Winner Tom Schulman Doubles Down on Directing

Oscar Winner Tom Schulman Doubles Down on Directing
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Schulman is still following the advice of his most iconic character, John Keating, so memorably portrayed by Robin Williams, and seizing the day. … read more

Film Review: The Taste of Things

Film Review: The Taste of Things
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“For these kinds of people, food is something to be taken seriously, and something that brings joy. For them, food is love.” … read more

Film Review: Dune: Part Two

Film Review: Dune: Part Two
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Whether Paul Atreides is a messiah or not, Denis Villenueve is certainly delivering us from the doldrums of assembly line mediocrity. … read more

Film Review: Drive Away Dolls

Film Review: Drive Away Dolls
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Drive-Away Dolls Director: Ethan Coen Working Title Films In Theaters: 02.23 When the Oscar-winning duo of Ethan and Joel Coen decided to try their hands at separate projects, Joel turned to none other than William Shakespeare, giving us The Tragedy of Macbeth. Ethan didn’t have the Bard to work CV with on Drive-Away Dolls, and

Film Review: Ordinary Angels

Film Review: Ordinary Angels
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The Christian movie market has been thriving at the box office, which is impressive when you consider that it arguably has yet to produce a single good movie. … read more

Film Review: Bleeding Love

Film Review: Bleeding Love
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Bleeding Love is middle of the road movie that is better suited to a $6.99 rental at home than a trip to the theater. … read more

Film Review: The Teacher’s Lounge

Film Review: The Teacher’s Lounge
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It’s an insightful piece of filmmaking that is unlikely to find the wide audience deserved, though it’s going to leave a mark on nearly everyone who sees it. … read more

Film Review: Bob Marley: One Love

Film Review: Bob Marley: One Love
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Bob Marley: One Love is an entertaining, if disjointed, snapshot into the life and achievements of a complex and important figure in music, spiritualism, and politics. … read more

Film Review: Argylle

Film Review: Argylle
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If you’re ready to laugh and have a great time with an unapologetically indulgent thrill ride, Argylle is just the ticket for a weekend diversion. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Hit Man

Sundance Film Review: Hit Man
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If you can tell yourself “it’s only a movie” and take it with a grain of salt, Hit Man is likely to be the most enjoyable two hours you’ll spend at the movies. … read more