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Thematically compared to Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise ever since it premiered at the 2011 South by Southwest Film Festival, Andrew Haigh’s Weekend is a film immersed in
MOVIE REVIEW: The Skin I Live In
There are no pure surfaces in a Pedro Almodóvar film, just tainted cinematic textures splashed with blood, sweat, and tears.
MOVIE REVIEW: Martha Marcy May Marlene
Sean Durkin and Elizabeth Olsen, the two artistic forces behind Sundance Film Festival award winner Martha Marcy May Marlene, worked closely together to create a striking char
Apocalypses are both literal and figurative in Lars von Trier’s sci-fi chamber drama Melancholia, the Danish auteur’s latest symphony of suffering that equates one woman’s men
The Rum Diary
Be it a crisp island breeze or a stiff cocktail, The Rum Diary is always satisfied with the smaller pleasures in life. Based on Hunter S.
 Into the Abyss
Werner Herzog’s piercing voice is unmistakable, equal parts raspy, lyrical, frank, and cagey.
Happy Feet Two
If Happy Feet melded genres (Action, Romance, Comedy, Adventure) seamlessly without ever effecting it’s humble and sincere core, Happy Feet 2 is consistently disjointed, jumpi
Hugo takes the relationship between spectator and memory quite seriously.
There’s plenty to admire about Shame, especially it’s stunning use of silence to dissect conversational awkwardness.
My Week with Marilyn
Realizing a movie star’s public persona stands at odds with their private life is akin to entertainment gospel, especially since the Internet has made privacy (or lack thereof


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