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The Foreigner

The Foreigner

It was only a matter of time before Jackie Chan was forced into one of the familiar Hollywood action tropes. His entire career has been built Read More

The Florida Project

The Florida Project

Sean Baker shot one of the best films of 2015, Tangerine, on an iPhone. His follow-up, The Florida Project, was made somewhat more conventionally but it Read More

The Mountain Between Us

The Mountain Between Us

If books (and adaptations) like Alive have taught us anything, it’s that plane crash victims, especially ones trapped in the snow covered mountains of remote regions, Read More

Blade Runner 2049

Blade Runner 2049

Science fiction can be divided along two distinct lines–call it the Star Trek vs. Star Wars ideal. The former focuses on ideas. The latter is all Read More

Flatliners (2017)

Flatliners (2017)

It is a strange cinematic world indeed when someone decides to remake a Joel Schumacher film. The man responsible for such onscreen mediocrity as D.C. Cab, Read More

American Made

American Made

What is it with Tom Cruise? Sure, his adoration of Scientology certainly rubs people the wrong way, but he’s been in so many memorable movies and Read More

Woodshock

Woodshock

Woodshock is like a bad head trip – fuzzy, interminable, with fleeting moments of supposed clarity that ultimately amount to nothing. We follow along as the Read More

Stronger

Stronger

Four years ago, it was the terror attack that rocked the nation, if not the world. On April 15th, as runners were crossing the finish line Read More

American Assassin

American Assassin

The travails of a professional killer are typically the stuff of sound cinematic entertainment. As long as you deliver the action, and do so in a Read More

mother!

mother!

There are few filmmakers as audacious as Darren Aronofsky. From his black and white break out Pi to his twisted takes on drugs (Requiem for a Read More

Home Again

Home Again

If the RomCom is on life support, Home Again has come along to pull the plug. This bland, boring excuse for wasting Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon’s Read More

It

It

At long last, after years of development and a revolving door of potential directors, a big-screen adaptation of Stephen King’s legendary It has finally arrived, amid Read More

Anti Matter

Anti Matter

A scientist tests the boundaries of existence only to question her sanity in Anti Matter, a smart low-budget science-fiction film that layers philosophical questions within its Read More

The Trip To Spain

The Trip To Spain

When it arrived in theaters way back in 1981, My Dinner With Andre was unique. Nothing more than a conversation between actor/ playwrite Wallace Shawn and Read More