Little Woods Movie Review & Film Summary (2019)

If “Little Woods” had trusted its two leading ladies just a little bit more, it could have been a truly great movie. As is, it’s a very good one that

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A Journey Through the Addictive World of The Division 2 | Balder and Dash

by Brian Tallerico April 18, 2019   |   Print Page Tweet I was just complaining the other day about being tired of “it gets better” criticism. With so many options out

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A Look Back at the 10th Annual TCM Classic Film Festival | Festivals & Awards

by Laura Emerick April 18, 2019   |   Print Page Tweet HOLLYWOOD — Double anniversaries: This year’s TCM Film Festival marked two milestones, the 25th anniversary of the classic movie channel,

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Belief-Testing People: Penny Lane on Her New Documentary, Hail Satan? | Interviews

by Nell Minow April 18, 2019   |   Print Page Tweet As the new documentary from writer/director Penny Lane makes clear, the members of the Satanic Temple do not worship the

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Under the Silver Lake Movie Review (2019)

It’s easy to see why the long-delayed “Under the Silver Lake” has been something of a conundrum for A24, a film distributor that typically knows how to handle projects that may

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Homecoming Movie Review & Film Summary (2019)

When Beyoncé hit the stage for her two performances at Coachella last year, the audience would have been more than satisfied with a run-through of her greatest hits. Instead, she presented

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Hulu’s Excellent Ramy is Thoughtful Beyond its Comedy | Demanders

by Allison Shoemaker April 17, 2019   |   Print Page Tweet “The problem is really that I just don’t know what kind of Muslim I am,” a young man tells a

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Breakthrough Movie Review & Film Summary (2019)

There’s never any doubt that things will work out just fine in “Breakthrough,” and not only because Roxann Dawson’s movie is based on a true story. It’s also because of the

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Penguins Movie Review & Film Summary (2019)

Just you try to resist the impossible adorableness offered up in the latest Disneynature documentary, “Penguins.” You cannot do it, despite the cutesy anthropomorphizing, the too-tidy nature of the story

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Bright Wall/Dark Room April 2019: Religious Cinema for Non-Believers: Scorsese’s Silence | Balder and Dash

by The Editors April 16, 2019   |   Print Page Tweet We are pleased to offer an excerpt from the April issue of the online magazine, Bright Wall/Dark Room. Their latest issue is

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