Sundance 2020 Review: ‘The Glorias’, Julie Taymor’s Gloria Steinem Biopic Is Uneven But Engaging

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Life's road is jagged, never a straight line. That's especially true for renowned feminist activist Gloria Steinem, whose life has always been colored outside...

Review: ‘Warrior Nun’Baddass Ninja Nuns Fighting Demons… A Ridiculous Premise Done Right

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Every generation a champion is selected, gifted with superpowers, and fights the forces of evil. If this sounds eerily similar to Buffy The Vampire...

Middleburg Review: ‘Blithe Spirit’New Adaptation Of The Classic Play Feels Like An Antique

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Blithe Spirit is a classic standard in the theater. The play, written by Noël Coward is a staple on the American and British stages,...

Review: ‘Feast Of The Seven Fishes’, A Christmas Dinner You Don’t Want To Miss

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With Last Christmas and now Feast of the Seven Fishes, the holiday movie season is officially upon us! It is a couple of days before Christmas...

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: ‘The Truth’Catherine Deneuve Is A Ferocious Screen Icon In Hirokazu Koreeda's Latest Exploration...

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It's long known to readers of this site that Hirokazu Koreeda is my favorite director working today. The Japanese filmmaker, whose incisive dramas such...

Review – ‘The Rhythm Section’, A Bland Thriller That Wastes A Strong Blake Lively...

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Everyone reacts differently to tragedy. Some people use it to motivate them to be better, to do better. Others let it consume them and ruin their...

The Movies I Forgot Were Released In 2020

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Because time lost all meaning in 2020, going back to look back at the films pre-lockdown felt like being taken to another world. It...
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Review: ‘Archive’Theo James Tries to Create A Digital Afterlife in Gavin Rothery’s Sci-Fi Debut...

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Thanks to social media pretty much data mining everything about us that we freely give, the idea of a “digital afterlife” (either your consciousness...

Review: ‘The Short History Of The Long Road’Sabrina Carpenter Breaks Out In Quietly Thoughtful...

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In the new film The Short History Of The Long Road, Sabrina Carpenter sheds her Disney persona for the open road. Writer/Director Ani Simon-Kennedy...