Review: ‘Pieces of Her’Toni Collette Can't Save Netflix's Weak Adaption Of Karin Slaughter's Best-Seller

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How well do we know our parents and how does their unknown trauma impact our own identities? That’s the question director Minkie Spiro and...

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

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*NOTE: This review was originally part of our Sundance 2022 coverage. Fresh streams exclusively on Hulu beginning March 4th.* The right role can completely change...

Reviews: ‘Family Squares’Too Many Characters Hurt This Margo Martindale, Judy Greer-Led Zoom Comedy

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Many tried to make a film over the course of the pandemic. Some efforts have been more successful than others (see Ride the Eagle...

Review: ‘The Sky Is Everywhere’Josephine Decker Visually Explores Grief In A24's New Coming Of...

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In the 2010s, nothing quite rocked the independent film world like a coming-of-age tale about an emotionally charged teenager based on an acclaimed Young...

Review: ‘The Worst Person In The World’Renate Reinsve Takes A Star-Making Turn In Norway's...

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NOTE: This review was originally part of our 2021 Middleburg Film Festival coverage.  Though not yet selected by its home country, The Worst Person in the...

Sundance Review: ‘Piggy’Carlota Pereda's Brutal Body Horror Has Teeth

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Body horror and mutilation are not the scariest things about filmmaker Carlota Pereda’s Piggy. Sure, a teenage girl covered in slashes slowly pulling herself...

Sundance Review: ‘Girl Picture’Director Alli Haapasalo Infuses Empathy Into A Warm Coming-Of-Age Film That...

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In Finnish director’s Alli Haapasalo’s newest film, we follow three girls over three separate Fridays as they navigate their young adulthood. It’s a fairly...

Sundance Review: ‘The Janes’An In-Depth Reflection On An Important Chapter In Women's Reproductive Rights

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Almost 49 years to the day, Roe v. Wade was decided by the Supreme Court. The controversial ruling granted all women the fundamental right...

Sundance Review: ‘Happening’Director Audrey Diwan Takes Us Back To 1963 In This Realistic Abortion...

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Almost two years ago to the day, the abortion drama Never Rarely Sometimes Always premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Lauded for its raw...

Sundance Review: ‘The American Dream And Other Fairy Tales’Abigail Disney Questions Wage Inequality Within...

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The one thing Disney Parks prides themselves on is how wonderful their staff aka castmembers are. The parks are known for their cleanliness and...