June 22, 2021

‘Redwall’ and the Fog of Nostalgia

There are some works of literature that live in a special nostalgic corner of my head. I picked up the first book in Brian Jacques’ Redwall series at the ...
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TV REVIEW: You Should Take ‘Bridgerton’ Seriously

Like 63 million other households, I recently binged Bridgerton, the first Shonda Rhimes-produced Netflix original. Adapted from Julia Quinn’s best-selling novels, the Regency-era period drama ...
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Interview: ‘Agnes Joy’ Director and Stars Talk Nuance and Longing

A well-drawn family drama about growing up and getting old, Agnes Joy was selected as Iceland’s submission for Best International Feature Film at the 93rd ...
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FILM REVIEW: ‘Run’ is a Fresh Take on the Maternal Horror Thriller

Aneesh Chaganty’s Run, his sophomore feature film after 2018’s Searching, was originally scheduled to premiere in theaters on Mother’s Day weekend. It would have been ...
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