Review: ‘Friendsgiving’Malin Akerman, Kat Dennings, & Aisha Tyler Holiday Comedy Is A Turkey Overstuffed...

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There are very few Thanksgiving movies. While Christmas films get all the glory, Thanksgiving films seem to be few an far between. Joining the...

Middleburg Review: ‘Ammonite’Francis Lee Masterfully Directs Winslet And Ronan In Lesbian Drama

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Ammonites are a group of extinct marine animals, known for their shells. For centuries humans have been digging them up, cleaning them off, and...

Middleburg Review: ‘Wolfwalkers’Cartoon Saloon Strikes Gold Again With The Best Animated Film Of The...

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Though Disney and Pixar gets a lot of glory and credit when it comes to animation, small Irish studio Cartoon Saloon has been releasing...

Review: ‘The Opening Act’Jimmy O. Yang Struggles to Perform In Standup Focused Comedy

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The Opening Act is an ode to standup. Like some actual odes, at times the plot seems to wander and drag-on. However, its sweetness...

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: ‘American Utopia’David Byrne's Genius Doesn't Fully Sync With Spike Lee's Directing

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Former Talking Head’s frontman David Byrne seems to be popping up everywhere. Stealing the show in the variety special John Mulaney and The Sack...

Review: ‘The Boys In The Band’Remake Of The LGBT Focused Play And Film Doesn't...

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In 1968, a year before the Stonewall Riots, The Boys in the Band premiered Off-Broadway. The inner lives of gay men had never been...

Review: ‘Scare Me’Aya Cash And Josh Ruben Tell Spooky Tales In The Simple Yet...

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Telling scary stories is an essential part of childhood. Sitting around a campfire or in a low-lit room, the darkness taking up most of...

Review: ‘The Artist’s Wife’Lena Olin Leads Bruce Dern In A Radiant Performance

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A good performance can save a movie. A great performance can make a movie seem better than it was. Lena Olin in The Artist's...

Review: ‘Kajillionaire’Evan Rachel Wood Leads Miranda July's Layered Grifter Comedy

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There’s a saying that money can’t solve your problems, but it sure does help. The new film Kajillionaire from director Miranda July, follows a...