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Miss Underrated

Zero Dark Thirty,  The Hurt Locker, Point Break, K-19 Widowmaker all have a common thread running through them.  They would all be seen as quintessential moody dark thrillers that men love. 277 more words


Presenting my fourth annual Village Voice Summer Movie Preview

It’s a tradition! Here once again I choose a dozen movies due in the next three months for which I’ve got medium-high hopes.



My mother tells me all the time that she didn’t have a cell phone until she was twenty-one. She’s sitting next to me as I write this, saying “I didn’t! 1,476 more words


Detroit: John Boyega and Anthony Mackie Star in 1967 Riot Film

The 1960s were a difficult time in America for race relations.

The civil rights movement was raging, and the black community was demanding fair treatment from a society that had been built around their oppression for hundreds of years. 377 more words

Movie Trailers

The Protectors

“The Protectors: Walk in the Ranger’s Shoes”, a documentary directed by Imraan Ismail and Kathryn Bigelow, debuted recently at the Tribeca Film Festival.

It is only eight minutes long, but it is a powerful film.   60 more words


Hillary Clinton Made A Surprise Appearance At The Tribeca Film Festival To Talk About Elephant Poaching

Kathryn Bigelow’s latest project, before her full-length move Detroit bows this August, is a VR short for National Geographic titled The Protectors: Walk in the Ranger’s Shoes… 380 more words

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