Freedom Riders – Review

Freedom Riders – Review
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In 1961, a civil rights group known as CORE set out to unveil the inequalities that black individuals faced in the South despite the federal ban of racial discrimination and segregation in interstate travel. … read more

Restrepo – Review

Restrepo – Review
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Junger and Hetherington have created a fine piece of embedded journalism with their documentary, Restrepo. Restrepo is war—war without the Hollywood lighting, the special effects or the cleverly crafted lines. … read more

Last Train Home – Review

Last Train Home – Review
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Every year in China over 130 million migrant workers leave their factory jobs in large cities to travel home and reunite with their families for Chinese New Year. For many, it is the only time they will see their family for the entire year. … read more

Get Low – Review

Get Low – Review
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The opening shot of Oscar-winning director Aaron Schneider’s Get Low reveals a house bursting with fire. … read more

7 Days – Review

7 Days – Review
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It’s a tragedy when a parent must bury their child from the result of an accident, but when the death is the product of a predator’s sadistic fantasy, no form of justice seems fit for the crime. … read more

Daddy Longlegs – Review

Daddy Longlegs – Review
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From the start, Lenny is depicted as a carefree thirtysomething New Yorker with no direction or responsibility in life.
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Homewrecker – Review

Homewrecker – Review
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There’s nothing more annoying than a jealous lover who constantly runs on the assumption that their significant other is cheating on them. … read more

Winter’s Bone – Review

Winter’s Bone – Review
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Ree Dolly (Jennifer Lawrence) is a 17-year-old with more responsibilities than most adults living in the Ozark Mountains. … read more

Armless – Review

Armless – Review
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John suffers from body integrity identity disorder, an unusual condition where individuals wish to remove their limbs—John wants to cut off both of his arms. … read more

Bran Nue Dae – Review

Bran Nue Dae – Review
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Set in 1969 Australia, the film follows Willie, a young aboriginal boy whose evangelical mother has sent him to Catholic boarding school in the hopes that he will join the priesthood. … read more