Film Review: Memory

Film Review: Memory
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Martin Campbell clearly doesn’t have another classic left in him, but anything else would make a less pathetic last entry in the veteran director’s filmography. … read more

U.S. Film and Video Festival

U.S. Film and Video Festival
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This premier screening of Soviet film The Needle, starring Victor Tsoi of Leningrad-based underground band Kino, is followed with a performance by the band. … read more

Film Review: The White Fortress

Film Review: The White Fortress
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For all its solid performances, beautiful cinematography and interesting characters, The White Fortress is beautiful in moments but uninteresting in others. … read more

Film Review: The Spine of Night

Film Review: The Spine of Night
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Fans of heavy metal, blood-soaked hand-drawn animation and psychedelic visuals will likely find a home in the world of The Spine of Night. … read more

Film Review: We Were Hyphy

Film Review: We Were Hyphy
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For a documentary about 20-year old niche, cultural movement, We Were Hyphy is a testament to the craft and love of those behind it. … read more

Film Review: The Bad Guys

Film Review: The Bad Guys
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The Bad Guys isn’t anything particularly new or innovative, but it’s solid entertainment taken on its own merits and worth a rental at the very least. … read more

Film Review: The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

Film Review: The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent
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The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is silly, enjoyable proof that the newly debt-free Nic Cage can finally be more selective about his projects again. … read more

Film Review: The Northman

Film Review: The Northman
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Despite the arthouse cred the Eggers name brings, The Northman didn’t stray far enough from Hollywood conventions for my taste. … read more

Film Review: Aline

Film Review: Aline
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Aline hits one false note after another, and as much as I’m loath to stoop to such a cheap reference, yes, my hate will go on and on. … read more

Film Review: Les Olympiades (Paris, 13th District)

Film Review: Les Olympiades (Paris, 13th District)
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Paris, 13th District borders on trifling, which is disappointing given this comes from misguided choices rather than a lack of substantive ideas. … read more