Review: ‘C’mon C’monNewcomer Woody Norman Shows Joaquin Phoenix His Inner Child With Mike Mills'...

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*NOTE: This review was originally part of our Middleburg Film Festival coverage.* The adult relationships one forms as a child are often the ones that...

Review: ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’Jason Reitman Dials Up A Worthy Sequel That Leans Hard On Nostalgia...

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I'll be honest; Ghostbusters: Afterlife hasn't interested me all that much. As a kid I roared with glee at the cool Ecto-1, played Peter Venkman (because...
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Review: ‘Marvel’s Hit-Monkey’Hulu Breathes Life Into Marvel’s Bizarre Simian Assassin

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Once upon a time, Marvel Television (which yes, is different from Marvel Studios which makes the movies) attempted to replicate the shared universe success...

Review: ‘Night Raiders’Taika Waititi-Produced Futuristic Fable Tells Of Past And Present Atrocities

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In a time where children are taken from their parents by the government and schooled to forget their language and culture, Niska (Elle-Maija Tailfeathers)...

Review: ‘tick, tick…BOOM!’Lin-Manuel Miranda And Andrew Garfield's Nostalgic, Messy Celebration Of Jonathan Larson Is...

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The last year has been particularly tough for the theatre community. As Broadway has been dark due to COVID, it's made especially difficult for...

Review: ‘Mayor Pete’Captures Monumental Story Of Hope, Love, And Determination Inside Mayor Pete's Historic...

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Pete Buttigieg was a small town Mayor from South Bend, Indiana who ran in a large Democratic pool for the 2020 Presidential election. Although...

Review: ‘7 Prisoners’Netflix's Sao Paolo Thriller Is Terrifying In Its Realism

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Mateus (Christian Malheiros) is an 18-year-old from Catanduva, a town in the countryside of Brazil. He has a loving family and seems like he...

‘Mayor Pete’ Interview: Director Jesse Moss On His Pete Buttigieg Doc And Hitting The...

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I had the pleasure of interviewing Director Jesse Moss in discussing his upcoming documentary film, Mayor Pete that is set to be released worldwide...

Review: ‘The Souvenir Part II’Joanna Hogg's Beautiful, Understated Look At Grief And The Creative...

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I quite loved Joanna Hogg's insightful, wrenching semi-autobiographical The Souvenir, in which her cinematic younger self, played wonderfully by Honor Swinton Byrne, copes with her...

Review: ‘Belfast’Kenneth Branagh's Joyous, Modest Slice-Of-Life Drama Will Leave You Buzzing

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*NOTE: This review was previously part of our Middleburg Film Festival coverage. Belfast opens in theaters on November 12th.* This has been another year of...