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Ian McShane in AMERICAN STAR

Review: ‘American Star’Ian McShane Is The Epitome Of Cool In Slick, Subtle Twist On...

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We don't give Ian McShane enough credit for his versatility as an actor. While most became familiar with him through his vulgarity-fueled performances in...
Daisy Ridley in SOMETIMES I THINK ABOUT DYING

Review: ‘Sometimes I Think About Dying’Daisy Ridley Is In Desperate Need For Human Connection...

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*NOTE: This review was originally part of our Sundance 2023 coverage.* If Daisy Ridley wanted to get as far from her Star Wars past as possible, this...
Good One

Sundance Review: ‘Good One’Newcomer Lily Collias Braves The Woods And Complicated Paternal Relationships In...

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Good One, India Donaldson’s first feature, starts with various shots of the Catskills– lush green woods, bright orange salamanders scurrying across mossy rocks, picturesque ponds...
Jay Will in ROB PEACE

Sundance Review: ‘Rob Peace’Chiwetel Ejiofor's Moving, Tragic Biopic Features A Star-Making Turn By Jay...

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We've heard stories of people like Rob Peace before, and they never get any easier. An exceptionally smart Black man with a knack for...

Sundance Review: ‘Will & Harper’Will Ferrell Took A Road Trip With His Best Friend...

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The road movie is a quintessential part of American cinema. Some would argue that Will Ferrell is a quintessential part of American comedy. Until...

Sundance Review: ‘My Old Ass’Aubrey Plaza Meets Her Younger Self In Megan Park's Coming-Of-Age...

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The concept of talking to your younger self is not new. It’s asked in interviews, on personal questionnaires, and in graduation speeches. Director Megan...
Veni Vidi Vici

Sundance Review: ‘Veni Vidi Vici’The Rich Get Away With Everything In This Austrian Satire...

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In the Austrian satire Veni Vidi Vici, a senseless murder kicks things off. A cyclist is gunned down by an unknown sniper, eventually tumbling to...
The Kitchen

Review: ‘The Kitchen’Daniel Kaluuya Makes His Directorial Debut In Netflix’s Newest Dystopian Sci-Fi Film

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Sometimes the future is not all it’s cracked up to be, especially London in 2040 according to The Kitchen. That is unless you’re part...

Sundance Review: ‘A Different Man’Sebastian Stan's Rise Continues As A Paranoid Man With Disabilities...

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For the last three years, Sebastian Stan has played various degrees of fucked up characters in between his time portraying Bucky Barnes in the...
Glen Powell and Adria Arjona in HIT MAN

Sundance Review: ‘Hit Man’Glen Powell Shoots Nothing But Bullseyes In Richard Linklater's Hilarious Assassin...

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Okay, I can admit when I'm wrong. For quite a while I've been saying that Glen Powell, who I have interviewed and think is...