Review: ‘Capone’Tom Hardy Takes It To The Extreme In Josh Trank's Bizarre, Surreal Look...

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The legendary mobster Al Capone sees his legacy covered in piss and sh*t in Josh Trank's bizarre, fascinating psycho-drama Capone. Formerly titled Fonzo, the...

Review: ‘Angelfish’Rapper Princess Nokia & Jimi Stanton Are Wonderful In This Compelling Bronx Romance

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Summer in the Bronx, 1993. Brendan (Jimi Stanton) is a troubled but hard-working high school drop-out with a manipulative mother and a brother on...

Review: ‘Valley Girl’This '80s Jukebox Musical Isn't As Bitchin' As It Should Be

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The original Valley Girl of 1983 is best remembered nowadays as that time Nicolas Cage was a teen heartthrob, the edgy guy who teaches...

Review: ‘Spaceship Earth’Biosphere 2 Documentary Is A Frustrating Deep Dive Into A Good Idea...

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Most Americans have been quarantining in their homes for the last month and a half. Imagine trying to do that for two years. Spaceship...

Review: ‘Walkaway Joe’Jeffrey Dean Morgan And David Strathairn Star In A Forgettable Story Of...

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The bonds between fathers and sons are the focus of Walkaway Joe. Dallas McCarthy (Julian Feder) is a 14-year-old heading down a bad path....

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: ‘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: ‘Hope Gap’Annette Bening And Bill Nighy Elevate William Nicholson's Stagy Divorce Drama

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Watching divorce unfold is a lot like passing by a car wreck. You know it's terrible, but you slow down anyway and refuse to...

Review: ‘Arkansas’Clark Duke's Directorial Debut Makes For A Slow, Tedious Journey

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Drugs. Witty one-liners. John Malkovich. Plenty of Violence. The new film, Arkansas seems to truly have it all. Based on the pulp fiction novel...

Review: ‘Intrigo: Dear Agnes’Gemma Chan Is Terrific In Final Entry Of Mystery Trilogy

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What is a human life worth? How is it possible that a woman like Agnes (Carla Juni) could agree to kill another human being?...