Review: ‘Looking For A Lady With Fangs And A Moustache’Tibetan Buddhist Drama Visually Reaches...

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In Looking For A Lady With Fangs And A Moustache, a young man living in Kathmandu must deal with the reality that because of...

Review: ‘Thunder Force’Even With Melissa McCarthy And Octavia Spencer, The First Plus-Size Superhero Movie...

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When I sat down to watch Thunder Force, I wasn’t expecting Black Panther for fat women. I didn’t go in thinking that a Ben...

Review: ‘Shiva Baby’First Time Director Emma Seligman's Comedy Brilliantly Piles On The Uncomfortable

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Shiva Baby might be the ultimate cinematic example of how to build tension. With each look from Rachel Sennott’s big doe eyes to every...

‘Superstore’ Finale Interview: Despite The Show Ending The Cast Loves Each Other (Even Ben...

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Cloud 9 has officially closed. After six hilarious and thought provoking seasons, Superstore is officially ending its run tonight. Since 2015, we've followed Jonah...

‘Nomadland’ Interview: Jessica Bruder And Bob Wells Talk The Movie’s Real-Life Impact

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When Jessica Bruder and Bob Wells first met, they had no idea their personal experiences would lead to a major motion picture, slated as...

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Interview: Cinematographer Matt Jensen On Smithsonian Camps And Filming At Landmark...

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There's that D.C. saying that everybody moves here and that no one is really from here. Well one notable exception to that rule is...

Review: ‘The Affair’Carice van Houten And Architecture Combine To Create A Passionless Period Drama

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American releases of European films can be difficult. Names get changed, nuances aren’t always obvious and many things get lost in translation (even if...

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...

Review: ‘Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry”Documentary Looks At The Pop Star As...

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Billie Eilish has to be one of the most successful teenagers of all time. With six Grammys, over 75 million Instagram followers, and sold...

Review: ‘My Zoe’With Julie Delpy's Scientific Melodrama, Some Ideas Are Better Left Off The...

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Scientific advancement and ethics have always been debated on screen. In the new film My Zoe, written, directed and starring Julie Delphy, the pain...