Review: ‘Port Authority’Fionn Whitehead And Leyna Bloom Transcend In A Brutally Honest Queer Drama

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Port Authority is not your “fresh off the bus” New York story. Paul (Fionn Whitehead) is a 20 year old recently paroled kid hoping...

Review: ‘Blow the Man Down’Small-Town Crime Comedy Is A Breath Of Fresh Air

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Earlier this week, I said what every film critic says eventually, “I’m over what I’ve been seeing. I need a breath of fresh air.”...

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...

Sundance Review: ‘Fresh’Sebastian Stan And Daisy Edgar-Jones Sink Their Teeth Into Mimi Cave's Deliciously...

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The right role can completely change the way audiences see an actor. Martha Stewart allegedly broke off a relationship with Anthony Hopkins because she...

Review: ‘Spring Blossom’First-Time Filmmaker Suzanne Lindon Delivers A Refreshing, Triumphant Teen Drama

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Spring has sprung, which means love is in the air – and on screen. In the refreshing coming of age romance Spring Blossom, a sixteen-year-old...

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: ‘Supernova’Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci Give Career High Performances in Moving Dementia Road...

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I love a good “contained movie.” A film where the plot starts and ends over a short period time often has the greatest emotional...

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: ‘Swan Song’Udo Kier Finally Gets His Due In This Dazzling Dramedy

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If you look on IMDb, the great character actor Udo Kier has appeared in over 250 film and television projects. None of them have...