Film Review: Elvis

Film Review: Elvis
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As a spectacle and an experience, Luhrman’s Elvis is satisfying and invigorating, a rhinestone-studded summer extravaganza done with skill and love. … read more

Interview: Makeup Designer Donald Mowat

Interview: Makeup Designer Donald Mowat
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Donald Mowat, the Oscar-nominated makeup designer on Dune, No Time To Die and Moon Knight, grew up to be the guy who makes our heroes look good. … read more

Film Review: The Lost Girls

Film Review: The Lost Girls
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The Lost Girls, a retelling of Peter Pan from a female perspective, is a treatise on trying to avoid growing up that merely left me trying to avoid throwing up. … read more

Mestiza, or Mixed: A Utah-based Story of Mixed Identity and the Artist’s Pursuit 

Mestiza, or Mixed: A Utah-based Story of Mixed Identity and...
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Plan-B Theatre presents Mestiza, or Mixed, a well-woven story of intersecting personal identities and how those play out in the world. … read more

Film Review: Lightyear

Film Review: Lightyear
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Lightyear proves itself more of a children’s sci-fi action movie than a Toy Story prequel. The memorable cast make Lightyear an out-of-this-world summer flick. … read more

Film Review: Benediction

Film Review: Benediction
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There’s much to admire in Terence Davies’ newest film, and the best elements of Benediction easily carry it through the weaker moments. … read more

Film Review: Jurassic World Dominion

Film Review: Jurassic World Dominion
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Jurassic World Dominion is a bit of a mess, and while I enjoyed it a lot, I simply can’t call it a genuinely good film and keep any credibility as a critic. … read more

Film Review: Watcher

Film Review: Watcher
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Watcher is a thoroughly satisfying suspense movie that proves that a film doesn’t have to take an in-your-face approach to get inside your head. … read more

Interview: Love, Algorithms and Ted Lasso Intersect in Pragma

Interview: Love, Algorithms and Ted Lasso Intersect in Pragma
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Pragma, a short film from Lucy Heath, Ellie Heydon and Phil Dunster, is a clever British comedy making a world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on June 10. … read more

Film Review: Hustle

Film Review: Hustle
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If you’re looking for something without CGI but aren’t quite in the mood for challenging arthouse fare, Hustle scores enough points to make it a winning choice. … read more