Review: The Lobster

Review: The Lobster
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The Lobster is an Orwellian black comedy, and Lanthimos’ capacity for dystopia seems boundless. … read more

Movie Review: Morris From America

Movie Review: Morris From America
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I kicked myself for not checking out Morris from America at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Now that I have had the opportunity to see it, I understand why so many people were talking about it. It’s a poignant look at cultural differences, hip-hop and the relationship between fathers and sons.
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Movie Review: Free Fire

Movie Review: Free Fire
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I’m ever in New York City, I can tell you right now that I wouldn’t be shocked to see tickets for free fire available in the heart of Times Square for a bloody good time. … read more

Movie Review: The Lovers

Movie Review: The Lovers
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The Lovers is a patient and disciplined study of modern love and marriage. The flick is also quietly hilarious and deeply, deeply human. … read more

Movie Review: It Comes At Night

Movie Review: It Comes At Night
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It Comes at Night is a solid, tightly wound thriller that can’t help but find itself in the same post-apocalyptic pool as The Walking Dead—the deep end of that pool, anyway. … read more

Film Review: The Exception

Film Review: The Exception
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David Leveaux’s The Exception eludes the predictable stigmas of a World War II film while telling a thought-provoking—and surprisingly sexy—story about loyalty, morality and the true meaning of patriotism. … read more

Film Review: A Ghost Story

Film Review: A Ghost Story
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Lowery masterfully immerses us into the themes he explores: life, existence. Haunting, piercing and dripping with sensation, A Ghost Story is a cosmic feat. … read more

Film Review: Menashe

Film Review: Menashe
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Upon watching Joshua Weinstein’s Sundance Film Festival selection Menashe, it was clear just how little I really knew about Hasidic Judaism. … read more

Film Review: Lady Bird

Film Review: Lady Bird
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Lady Bird careens and dives into heartbreak and disappointment. She also picks herself up, sometimes with grace, sometimes without, and forges on. … read more

Film Review: Lean on Pete

Film Review: Lean on Pete
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Lean on Pete’s initial imagery, that of a boy and his horse trekking across the desert, plays into the romanticized conception of an America that doesn’t exist now and probably never did. … read more