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Here’s something that generally serves as harbinger for an undeveloped movie: if a movie has to say its title multiple times to continually telegraph its themes. 303 more words

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The One I Love (2014)

Struggling with a marriage on the brink of falling apart, a couple escapes for a weekend in pursuit of their better selves, only to discover an unusual dilemma that awaits them. 78 more words

Five Great Performances With No Oscar Chance

I know the Oscars aren’t a proper a benchmark on what the best of any given year turns out to be. This is something we have all accepted. 636 more words


TRUTH (2015)

 Greetings again from the darkness. The film is based on the book written by Mary Mapes, “Truth and Duty: The Press, the President, and the Privilege of Power” 601 more words


The Agony & The Agony

You may need to be a parent to fully appreciate Meadowland, a drama about loss and grief. Olivia Wilde and Luke Wilson play parents of a child who suddenly goes missing. 163 more words

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REVIEW: High-Rise

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If Ben Wheatley’s achievement in High-Rise were likened to anything, it might have to be juggling fire.  Not merely content to cautiously play with fire, he lights a few torches and tosses them back and forth into the air.  452 more words

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