Film Review: Outside the Wire

Film Review: Outside the Wire
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If you’re looking for slam-bang action and you like military thrillers, Mikael Håfström’s Outside the Wire is a fair use of two hours. … read more

Film Review: Nomadland

Film Review: Nomadland
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Nomadland is an immersive, cleansing experience that had me captivated from beginning to end, and it’s deserving of the love it’s getting. … read more

Film Review: Malcolm & Marie

Film Review: Malcolm & Marie
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It’s difficult to imagine anyone but people who really like Zendaya and John David Washington making it through Malcolm & Marie. … read more

Film Review: Minari

Film Review: Minari
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Minari is an emotional and lyrical work of art, and a moving portrait of assimilation and the immigrant experience. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: The Sleeping Negro

Slamdance Film Review: The Sleeping Negro
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Despite attempts to engage in a pressing dialogue, The Sleeping Negro reads as a bunch of ideas—full of potential, but starving for nuance. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Bad Attitude: The Art of Spain Rodriguez

Slamdance Film Review: Bad Attitude: The Art of Spain Rodriguez
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Bad Attitude: The Art of Spain Rodriguez offers a well-rounded look into the evolution of Spain and how that impacted the world around him. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: A Family

Slamdance Film Review: A Family
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A Family offers its audience more than enough to chew on with a deep, emotionally sensitive reflection on family and trauma. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: After America

Slamdance Film Review: After America
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Starring real-life criminal justice deescalation workers, After America is so becoming of its drab setting it is barely memorable. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Mia Misses Her Revenge

Slamdance Film Review: Mia Misses Her Revenge
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Mia Misses Her Revenge opens various conversations regarding men and the benefit of having supportive friends helping through bad breakups. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: ISAAC

Slamdance Film Review: ISAAC
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ISAAC is a film that gives you breadcrumbs and allows you to make meaning, and while that might be daunting, that final moment of clarity is worth chasing. … read more