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Middleburg Review: ‘The Lost Daughter’Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley Play Prickly Mothers In Maggie...

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It may be her writing and directorial debut, but The Lost Daughter feels like a Maggie Gyllenhaal film.  With nearly 30 years in front...

Review: ‘Barbie’Margot Robbie And Ryan Gosling Are A Dream Pair In Greta Gerwig's Wonderfully...

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What does it mean to be a woman? It's a question as complicated and cliche as asking, “Who really is Barbie?” Greta Gerwig attempts...

Review: ‘Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical’Emma Thompson Stars In A Chaotic Musical Adaptation Of...

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Ask any 90s millennial what their favorite movie was as a kid and chances are they would say Danny DeVito’s Matilda. Close to 30...

Review: ‘Catherine Called Birdy’Coming-Of-Age Gets A Medieval Makeover With Lena Dunham's Smart Adaption

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When we first meet the titular character in Catherine Called Birdy, she is covered in mud and participating in a Medieval wrestling match. This...
Stress Positions

Sundance Review: ‘Stress Positions’John Early Hilariously Tries To Hold It Together During The Pandemic...

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Stress Positions captures a very specific moment in time. Mid-pandemic, New York City, everyone doesn’t know what’s happening, misinformation is flying, and every millennial...

Review: ‘Flee’Animated Documentary Brilliantly Bends Genre In Telling A Refugee's Story

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In his latest documentary, Danish filmmaker Jonas Poher Rasmussen keeps his subject’s identity anonymous. Despite this, Flee is easily one of the most personal...

Review: ‘Arkansas’Clark Duke's Directorial Debut Makes For A Slow, Tedious Journey

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Drugs. Witty one-liners. John Malkovich. Plenty of Violence. The new film, Arkansas seems to truly have it all. Based on the pulp fiction novel...

Review: ‘Ted Lasso’ Season 2The Hilarious Heartwarming Comedy Nearly Meets The Challenge Of Living...

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One of the few bright spots in 2020 was Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso. A surprisingly touching comedy about an American football coach who moves...

Review: ‘Olympic Dreams’, Alexi Pappas And Nick Kroll Go For Cinematic Gold

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2020 is well underway and I know I speak for everyone when I say that I am waiting with baited breath for the year’s...

Review: ‘The Last Vermeer’Art World Thriller Features A Scene-Stealing Guy Pearce

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There are A LOT of World War II movies. One seems to come out every Oscar season. However, the rebuilding that came after the...