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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 Old Guard’Charlize Theron And Gina Prince-Bythewood Teamup On An Action Movie For...

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Netflix has been putting in the big bucks over the last year or so to turn itself into a destination for the kind of...

Review: ‘Tigertail’Tzi Ma Is Terrific In Alan Yang's Beautifully Poignant New Feature

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Pin-Jui (Hong-Chi Lee) is a free-spirited yet impoverished young Taiwanese factory worker, who makes the difficult decision to leave his homeland -- and the...

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...
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Review: ‘The Wretched’IFC Midnight Horror Makes Witches Scary Again

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The Wretched is here to prove that the classics are classic for a reason, a witch can still be terrifying if the story is...

Review: ‘Extra Ordinary’Original Comedy Shows Ghostbusters Aren't The Only Ones Who Can Deal With...

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Extra Ordinary explores the world of ghosts all around us and those that have the ability to see and interact with them in a...

Reviews: ‘Driveways’Hong Chau And Brian Dennehy Breathe Life Into A Quiet, Comforting Drama

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Driveways is the movie we need right now. In a time where Covid-19 keeps us far from each other, the coming of age tale...

Review: ‘Hamilton’The Room Where It Happened Is Your Living Room, Thanks To Disney+

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The room where it happened, it turns out, is in your living room. Disney spent a small fortune, enough cash to make Alexander Hamilton...

Review: ‘Babyteeth’Eliza Scanlen And Ben Mendelsohn Lead Shannon Murphy's Wide-Eyed And Confident Tearjerker

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Babyteeth, the confident and heartbreaking debut feature from Shannon Murphy, sounds like one of those YA cancer dramas that have become all-too prevalent of...

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...