Middleburg Review: ‘The Hand Of God’Paolo Sorrentino's Audacious, Uneven Coming-Of-Age Drama Is His Most...

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In Paolo Sorrentino's The Hand of God, the indulgent filmmaker behind indulgent masterpieces Il Divo, The Great Beauty, and more, grief stricken teen Fabietto Schisa (Filippo...

Middleburg Review: ‘Spencer’Kristen Stewart Makes For A Luminous Princess Diana In A Film That...

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Right from the beginning of Chilean director Pablo Larrain's latest white bird in a blizzard drama, Spencer, we know this isn't remotely a fact-based account....

Middleburg Review: ‘Red Rocket’Simon Rex Shoots His Shot In Sean Baker's Nimble Dramedy About...

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The sounds of NSYNC's "Bye Bye Bye" blast in the opening moments of Sean Baker's The Florida Project followup, Red Rocket. The guy listening to it...

Middleburg Review: ‘King Richard’Will Smith Delivers An Ace Performance As Father To Extraordinary Tennis...

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Before Venus and Serena Williams became just Venus & Serena, you were as likely to hear about their demanding, controversial father Richard Williams as the...

Review: ‘The Last Duel’Jodie Comer Stands Tall In Ridley Scott's Stirring Medieval #MeToo...

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Ridley Scott doesn't get enough credit for the sheer diversity of his filmmaking. The same guy who gave us Alien and Blade Runner also is among the best...

Review: ‘Dune’Denis Villeneuve's Space Epic Is Full Of Spectacle And Grandeur

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When Denis Villeneuve was confirmed to be making Dune his next movie, I was skeptical like a lot of people. Personally, Frank Herbert's book...

Review: ‘Needle In A Timestack’John Ridley's Sci-Fi Romance Mires Leslie Odom Jr., Cynthia Erivo,...

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Who doesn't wish they could go back in time and fix a relationship that ended badly? In Oscar-winning writer John Ridley's Needle in a...

Review: ‘Lamb’Strangely Heartfelt, Deeply Unusual Horror Sneaks Up On You Like A Wolf In...

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The best thing you can do is go into Lamb as free of spoilers as possible. Although the trailer teases the absurd, provocative premise expertly, it's...

Review: ‘Mass’Ann Dowd, Jason Isaacs And More Are Devastatingly Good In Fran Kranz's School...

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There's enough pain and tragedy to go around in actor Fran Kranz's impressive directorial debut, Mass. The irony is that the four central characters...

Review: ‘The Many Saints Of Newark’David Chase's 'Sopranos' Prequel Is Filling As A Plate...

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The Sopranos may have infamously ended on a cut to black, but the characters of HBO's mob epic come roaring back into color with...