Middleburg Review: ‘The Banshees Of Inisherin’Colin Farrell And Brendan Gleeson Are Friends Turned Bitter...

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Feuds are funny things. No, really, in Martin McDonagh's hilariously dark The Banshees of Inisherin, a feud sparks laughter as well as grim reflection in...

Middleburg Review: ‘The Wonder’Florence Pugh Examines A Miracle In Sebastián Lelio's Eerie, Confounding Misstep

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Logic vs faith. It's a dance as old as time, and has often made for compelling cinematic entertainment. Sebastián Lelio's austere but gripping film...

Middleburg Review: ‘Devotion’Jonathan Majors And Glen Powell Are Ace Wingmen In An Exhilarating True...

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African-Americans and war have a complicated history. Some don't see the point in fighting for a country that was literally on the back of...

Middleburg Review: ‘Armageddon Time’James Gray's Exquisite, Delicately-Told Memoir Is The Filmmaker's Best Film Yet

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Leave it to James Gray, one of the finest directors we have, to craft an epic period piece about race, religion, parenting, the failures...

Middleburg Review: ‘Causeway’Jennifer Lawrence And Brian Tyree Henry Shine Together In Somber, Hopeful Story...

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Lynsey (Jennifer Lawrence) already made it out of her hometown once. Now back in New Orleans after a stint in the military that ended...

Middleburg Review: ‘White Noise’Noah Baumbach's Adaptation Of Don DeLillo's "Unfilmmable" Book Is A Total...

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It feels right that Noah Baumbach's adaptation of Don DeLillo's "classic" book White Noise should begin with a montage of car crashes. A well-intentioned disaster, Baumbach's...

Middleburg Review: ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’Rian Johnson's Murder Mystery Sequel Is Funnier,...

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When Rian Johnson released Knives Out in 2019, it was seen as just this starry palette cleanser, following the divisive reaction to The Last Jedi. Little did...

Review: ‘The Good Nurse’Eddie Redmayne And Jessica Chastain Lead A Terrifyingly Cold True Crime...

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How many "angel of death" stories have we heard about? If you're a true crime enthusiast, chances are you've been horrified by many of...

Review: ‘TÁR’Cate Blanchett Puts On A Master Class In Todd Field's Triumphant Return Film

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After sixteen years away, making his first film since 2006's Little Children, Todd Field is open to taking some big chances. His masterful TÁR is nothing...

Review: ‘Till’Danielle Deadwyler Is Heartbreaking And Ferocious While Chinonye Chukwu's Drama Fights To Keep...

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I've been grappling with Till for a couple of weeks, trying to untangle my thoughts on director Chinonye Chukwu's stirring drama about a nightmarish chapter in...