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IN THEATERS (SF) - "Daughters of the Dust"

Daughters of the Dust (1991; Dir.: Julie Dash)

GRADE: B

By Daniel Barnes

*Now playing at the Landmark Opera Plaza in San Francisco and the Landmark Shattuck in Berkeley. 220 more words

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The Edge of Seventeen (2016)

Every year there is a slew of teenage-oriented films that populate the box office.  In most years, the majority of these are mediocre and completely disposable while a few have broader, mass appeal and are worth seeing.  1,198 more words

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Movie Review - "The Edge of Seventeen".

A low-impact, relatable, and hilarious teen dramedy.

The teen dramedy genre is one that I will never get over. Movies like Juno, Superbad, The Breakfast Club, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Spectacular Now, etc. 588 more words

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Loving (2016)

The second of two films to be released by filmmaker Jeff Nichols in 2016, Loving is a biographical drama that tells the real life story of Richard Loving and Mildred Jeter Loving, an interracial couple from Virginia who got married when interracial marriage was illegal in the state.  1,189 more words

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Movie Review - "Moana"

Formulaic Fun.

Disney is in the middle of a seemingly endless renaissance, that kicked off in the 1989 with the release of The Little Mermaid… 626 more words

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Movie Review - "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them".

I solemnly swear that this movie is just good enough. 

IT’S FINALLY HERE! THE NEXT MOVIE IN THE HARRY POTTER UNIVERSE! WE CAN SATISFY OUR HUNGER AFTER A DREADFUL WAIT OF… 582 more words

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Moonlight (2016)

There was a moment in my life when I realized a bully was just a person reacting to their own insecurity. Understanding that someone could respond to their personal weakness by exposing and abusing it in others was a shock, an epiphany that shifted my world. 617 more words

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