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8.5
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Stan & Ollie

‘Another fine mess you’ve gotten me into.’ – Stan Laurel Throughout cinematic history, different actors and comedians have defined an era. Charlie Chaplin, Abbott and Costello, Jerry Lewis, Eddie Murphy and Jim Carrey all have played their part in redefining comedy for their generation. They all provided wit and physicality that connected with audiences at […]

7.0
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Everybody Knows

If you give an answer to your viewer, your film will simply finish in the movie theatre. But when you pose questions, your film actually begins after people watch it. In fact, your film will continue inside the viewer. Asghar Farhadi  Asghar Farhadi may not be a household name to many outside of his home […]

5.0
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Alita: Battle Angel

Robert Rodriguez may not be a household name, but the range of this director’s work proves that he is willing to take on any genre with his signature manner. From Once Upon a Time in Mexico to the Spykids franchise to Sin City, he has proven that he is a risk taker when it comes […]

6.0
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Mary, Queen of Scots

Our society is dictated by how quickly we can gain information and in a few clicks or swipes, most of the information needed is available at our fingertips. The internet is full of details about every subject that has impacted mankind, including our history. The challenge is finding sources that are reliable and accurate. From […]

7.5
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Glass

Unbreakable is a cult classic that shows the vision of M. Night Shyamalan by considering the impact of comic books and superheroes on our modern culture.  Despite the film’s promising box office results, the studio chose not to do a sequel because they did not see the future in the world of comic books in […]

9.0
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Sometimes Always Never

In this cinematic era of Disney dominance and Blumhouse horror, it is a rare moment when a film offers a refreshing surprise during a screening. Then comes a quirky and profound story from director Carl Hunter and Frank Cottrell-Boyce the screenwriter behind The Railway Man and Goodbye Christopher Robin. A production that proves to be […]

7.0
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Ben is Back

Sometimes one look is all that is needed to set the stage for what an audience should come to expect from a film. When Ben Burns (Lucas Hedges) surprises his family by showing up for the Christmas holidays, it is his mother’s eyes that convey everything needed to set the tone for the ensuing story. […]

6.5
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The Mule

As the war on drugs continues on throughout the world, it is hard to imagine that it is merely a problem for one demographic. The situations surrounding illegal drugs continues to have an influence on all aspects of our society. The Mule is a story based on the true-to-life experience of an American war veteran […]

7.5
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Cold Pursuit

Scandinavian cinema is an acquired taste for many around the world. The lighting and the tone are filtered through the minds of writers and directors whose lives are surrounded and influenced by the snow-covered landscape. From The Seventh Seal to The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, some of these films have proven to have moderate […]

7.0
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On the Basis of Sex

With the focus on racial and gender civil rights in the media, it is no surprise that one of the legal champions of modern society would get some attention. Two films recently released about the impact this legal activist had on the political landscape of the time are On the Basis of Sex and RBG. Supreme […]

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