Review: ‘Burning’, Steven Yeun Shines In Lee Chang-Dong’s Hazy Psychological Thriller

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On the surface, so much of Lee Chang-dong’s Palme d'Or contender Burning is very simple. A boy of modest means and grand aspirations meets...

Review: ‘Assassination Nation’ Is #MeToo And #TimesUp Meets ‘The Purge’

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NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the Sundance Film Festival.  Imagine the Salem Witch Trials in the age of social media. How...

Review: ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’, Lana Condor Shines In Netflix’s Best...

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“I write a letter when I have a crush so intense that I don’t know what else to do,” says Lara Jean Covey in...

Review: ‘The Miseducation Of Cameron Post’, Gay Conversion Drama Leaves A Lot Unsaid

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Maybe it's in response to the especially hostile political environment, but this is proving a fertile time in the indie circuit for gay teen...

Review: ‘Hearts Beat Loud’, Nick Offerman And Kiersey Clemons Jam Out In An Infectious...

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It's "jam sesh time" urges Nick Offerman's Frank in Brett Haley's sweet, low-key dramedy Hearts Beat Loud, one of the most popular films to...

Review: ‘Terminal’, Margot Robbie Can’t Breathe Life Into This Stale Hitman Flick

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"Revenge Never Looked So Good" is the tagline for Vaughn Stein's directorial debut, Terminal, a gorgeous and atmospheric neo-noir that smartly placed Margot Robbie...

Sundance Review: ‘You Were Never Really Here’, Joaquin Phoenix Gives A Knockout Performance

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We need to talk about Lynne Ramsay, I think. The Scottish director behind Ratcatcher, Morvern Callar, and We Need To Talk About Kevin doesn't...