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...

Review: ‘The Climb’Buddy Comedy Finds The Funny In Toxic Friendships

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*NOTE: This is a reprint of our review from the Sundance Film Festival.* Having friends as an adult is not as easy as it is...

Review: ‘Shrill’ Season 3In Its Final Season, The Hulu Dramedy Comes Into Its Own

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After three short seasons, Hulu’s intersectional body-positive comedy Shrill is coming to an end this Friday. Like past seasons, the show highlights current issues...

Middleburg Review: ‘Ammonite’Francis Lee Masterfully Directs Winslet And Ronan In Lesbian Drama

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Ammonites are a group of extinct marine animals, known for their shells. For centuries humans have been digging them up, cleaning them off, and...

Review: ‘Palm Springs’Andy Samberg And Cristin Milioti's Time Warp Comedy Is The Perfect Summer...

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Think of the perfect summer movie. It’s got to be light and breezy, nothing too hard to get through. It’s definitely funny, maybe a...

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: ‘Rams’Brotherly Hatred Works For Sam Neill And Michael Caton In The Surprising And...

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Its surreal watching Sam Neil’s new film Rams. Or should I say its weird that a movie about sheep farming is so relevant to...

Review: ‘Barb And Star Go To Vista Del Mar’Kristen Wiig And Annie Mumolo's Kitschy,...

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Before we begin, I want you to close your eyes and say “Barb and Star Go To Vista Del Mar.” If you can get...

Review: ‘We Broke Up’Aya Cash And William Jackson Harper Are A Match Made In...

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It’s very rare in a break-up movie for both sides to be portrayed sympathetically. Something Great, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and even Midsommar all portray...

Review:’Young Hearts’First Love Is Imperfectly Awkward In The Duplass Produced Dramedy

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The new coming-of-age romance Young Hearts imperfectly captures what first love feels like. Touching, funny, and painfully realistic, the film brings the 21st century...