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Review: ‘Selah And The Spades’Power Overshadows Grades In Tayarisha Poe's Stylish, Fearless High School...

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“When you’re 17, you have to grab control whenever you can." If those words weren't said by a teenager, you'd be okay with mistaking them...

Review: ‘How To Build A Girl’Beanie Feldstein's Coming-Of-Age Comedy Is On Pitch Though Slightly...

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It’s almost summer and that means it’s the season for coming of age films. Leading the charge is How To Build A Girl, an...

Review: ‘Tuscaloosa’Overstuffed Coming Of Age Story Stars Natalia Dyer And Devon Bostick

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A typical movie has a runtime between 90 and 120 minutes. Most come in around 110 and what directors decide to do with that...

Review: ‘True History Of The Kelly Gang’George MacKay Shines As The Infamous Ned Kelly...

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True History Of The Kelly Gang tells the tale of Ned Kelly (George MacKay) and his band of outlaws in Australia in the late...

‘Snowpiercer’ Ep. 1 Review: TNT’s Sci-Fi Series Trades Class Warfare For Crime Procedural

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Ronald Reagan once said that the only thing that could bring the people of this planet together is an alien invasion. Well, he was...

Review: ‘Greed’Steve Coogan Is A Devilishly Entertaining Billionaire In Michael Winterbottom's Satire

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Greed tells the story of self-made British billionaire Sir Richard McCreadie (Steve Coogan), whose retail empire is in crisis. For 30 years he has...

Review: ‘There’s Something In The Water’Ellen Page's Netflix Doc Tackles Environmental Racism

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Ellen Page brings attention to the injustices and injuries caused by environmental racism in her home province, in this urgent documentary on Indigenous and...
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Review: ‘Blue Story’Rapper/Director “Rapman” Delivers A Tour De Force About Friends Who Fall Out...

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Thanks to Netflix’s revival of the UK's Channel 4 classic Top Boy, we here stateside got to learn about what goes on across the...

Review: ‘The Vast Of Night’Retro Alien Invasion Film Buzzes With Suspenseful Energy

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Andrew Patterson's delightfully weird, atmospheric The Vast of Night plays like somebody trapped within The Twilight Zone watching an episode of The X-Files. Set...

Review: ‘First Cow’Kelly Reichardt Paints A Beautiful, Dangerous Portrait Of Male Friendship, Capitalism, And...

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Chances are if you're not already a fan of the deliberately-paced dramas of Kelly Reichardt, First Cow isn't on your radar. But it should...