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: ‘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...

Review: ‘We Are Little Zombies’Apathetic Grieving Orphans Rule In This Over Stimulated Musical

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There are very few movies I want to watch on LSD. We Are Little Zombies is one of the few. This brightly colored and hilariously dark...

Review: ‘Only’Post Apocalyptic Drama Tries To Imagine World Without Women

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Women. They say you can’t live with them or without them. Well, in the new film Only from Writer/Director Takashi Docher takes that turn...

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: ‘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: ‘Holidate’Emma Roberts Stars In This Not-So-Charming Holiday Film

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It’s almost Halloween which means that the Christmas craze has begun. Whether you’re out and about and you see trees and decorations or sitting...

Review: ‘Easy Does It’Linda Hamilton Plays A Crime Lord With Cornrows In Southern Crime...

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Nobody is going on any road trips across the American South right now but that doesn’t mean you can’t take one from home. In...

Review: ‘Come As You Are’Disability Sex Comedy Is Sweet, Shallow, And Naive

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The sex comedy is nothing new. A bunch of guys trying to lose their virginity before some big life event happens has been done...

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...