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The Signal

The sub-title of The Signal should be, “Smart Kids Get Pwned.” I almost had to stop watching The Signal after the first 15 – 2o minutes simply do a near-fatal flaw in the movie’s premise. 994 more words

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Watch A$AP Rocky at Cannes Film Festival with cast of "Dope"

“Dope”, the American comedy film, made a lot of noise when it was announced thanks to a cast that included several rappers as well as executive production by a certain Pharrell Williams and P. 95 more words


Weekend Recap: 2 Trips To The Movies (One Current One Back) Reviews - "Me And Earl And The Dying Girl" + Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" (1960) (6.27-6.28.15)

Winner of both the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, “Me And Earl And The Dying Girl” came with much anticipation (as you may have read in my Top 10 Films of the Summer Movie Season section). 1,131 more words

Sleeping With Other People & The Escalating Mean-Streak of Indie Rom-Coms

“We live in a cynical world. A cynical world. And we work in a business of tough competitors.”

Go ahead. Finish the line. Don’t you recognize it? 651 more words

Film Trailers

Movie review: The Wolfpack was imprisoned by family, freed by film

The Wolfpack

**** 1/2


Directed by: Crystal Moselle

Running time: 98 minutes

It all began innocently enough five years ago. Crystal Moselle was strolling about Manhattan’s Lower East Side when six long-haired teenaged boys, all sporting sunglasses and nattily attired in black suits, ran past her. 694 more words


Review: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

The awkward teen coming-of-age story has become a staple in independent film over the past few years. Whether it is the latest John Green novel being adapted or something starring Michael Cera, the genre is finding its voice in this nexus of filmmaking — and… 733 more words


SHOWTIMES through Thursday, July 2

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