Crip Camp

Review: ‘Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution’Obama-Produced Documentary Chronicles The Disability Rights Movement And Its...

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Nowadays we take many of the provisions provided by the Americans with Disabilities Act for granted. Parking spaces, brail signs on our elevators, ramps...

Review: ‘The Banker’Anthony Mackie And Samuel L. Jackson Invest In A Superheroic True Story...

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Wealth. When institutional racism is discussed, it is the creation of wealth that has long been denied to black people even after the end...

Review: ‘Big Time Adolescence’Pete Davidson Gets The Headlines But Griffin Gluck Truly Wins In...

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Debuting at Sundance in 2019,  Big Time Adolescence was the kind of familiar, plucky coming-of-age story the festival trafficks in pretty regularly. What made...

Review: ‘Hooking Up’'All Sex, No Charm'

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In the new movie Hooking Up, Brittany Snow plays Darla, a sex addict newly fired from her magazine job for…. having sex on her...

Review: ‘Blow the Man Down’Small-Town Crime Comedy Is A Breath Of Fresh Air

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Earlier this week, I said what every film critic says eventually, “I’m over what I’ve been seeing. I need a breath of fresh air.”...

Review: ‘Self Made: Inspired by the Life Of Madam C.J. Walker’Octavia Spencer And Tiffany...

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Every Black History month our schools roll out the hits of usually the same black historical figures who have made a difference in America....

Review: Netflix’s “The Letter For The King”Starring: Amir Wilson, Ruby Ashbourne Serkis, Thaddea Graham...

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While Game of Thrones is the first thing that comes to mind for most people when you mention medieval fantasy TV series the truth is...

Review: ‘The Roads Not Taken’Javier Bardem & Elle Fanning Travel A Tedious Path In...

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When the most compelling thing about Sally Potter's stagnant melodrama The Roads Not Taken is figuring out how Elle Fanning could possibly be Javier...

Review: ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’Eliza Hittman Returns With Another Sobering, Intimate Look At Sexual...

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When we first meet Autumn (Sidney Flanigan) in Eliza Hittman's stirring, intimate, and infuriating Never Rarely Sometimes Always, she's singing a melancholy tune at...

Review: ‘To Your Last Death’Bloody Animated Version Of 'Groundhog Day' Misses The Mark

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We begin our story with an ominous voiceover from an unseen Overseer (William Shatner). Cut to Miriam as she exits an office building, sirens...