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Review: ‘What We Found’Oona Laurence Captivates In A Messy, Unoriginal Teen Crime Thriller

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"A group of friends start their freshmen year at a tough public high school when their friend Cassie disappears in West Baltimore. With the...

Cinema Royale: Remembering Chadwick Boseman, Returning To Theaters, ‘New Mutants’, ‘Bill & Ted 3’

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On this week's Cinema Royale, we're remembering Chadwick Boseman for the man he was on and off the screen. Travis talks about returning to...

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...

Middleburg Review: ‘Concrete Cowboy’Idris Elba Rides Tall In A Fascinating Urban Western Saddled With...

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On some level I think we always knew there were black cowboys, but depictions of them on the big screen have been practically non-existent....

Review: ‘Come Away’Peter Pan And Alice In Wonderland Are Given Grim Origin Stories

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*NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the Sundance Film Festival.* If Brenda Chapman’s name is familiar to you, it’s probably also what...

Review: ‘Nomadland’Frances McDormand Delivers A Career Best Performance In Chloe Zhao's Enormous, Powerful Road...

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*NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the Middleburg Film Festival.* There are a lot of deep silences in Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland. Oftentimes they’re...

Cinema Royale: Talking MA RAINEY’S BLACK BOTTOM, FATALE, GREENLAND, & THE MANDALORIAN Finale!

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On this week's Cinema Royale we've got a full lineup to get through before we can do what we really wanna do, which is...

Review: ‘The Little Things’Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, And Jared Leto Star In A By-The-Book...

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The Little Things is a serial killer thriller that is part of that whole debacle with Warner Bros. releasing their movies simultaneously on HBO...

Review: ‘French Exit’Wealth, Privilege, And Weird Cats Suit Michelle Pfeiffer In Azazel Jacobs' Surreal...

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There are a lot of movies about rich, white privileged people. There are few films that make those characters relatable and empathetic. In French...

Review: ‘Boogie’Eddie Huang's Asian American Coming-Of-Age Story Has Some Growing Pains

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Alfred “Boogie” Chin is not Holden Caulfield. Boogie writer and director Eddie Huang goes out of his way to make it clear that his...