August 13, 2022

Film Review: ‘Profile’ Captures Us In A Web of Deception

After a year of growing accustom to most of our human interactions being shared over a computer screen, the release timing for director Timur Bekmambetov’s ...
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Film Review: ‘Tiny Perfect Things’ Satisfies Again and Again

There have been numerous variations on the concept just over the last few years (Palm Springs, Happy Death Day, Edge of Tomorrow, Looper). Even with ...
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FILM REVIEW: ‘The Mauritanian’ Puts Humanity On Trial

Based on “Guantanamo Diary” the memoir of Mohamedou Ould Slahi, Kevin Macdonald‘s (The Last King of Scotland) new film The Mauritanian forces us to peer ...
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FILM REVIEW: ‘Over the Moon’ Shoots For The Stars

It is amazing how far animation has come. The stories being told are richer and more textured than ever before; moving stories that perfectly capture ...
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FILM REVIEW: ‘Love and Monsters’ The Apocalypse At Its Sweetest

Like many films that have been released recently, it is hard not to make connections between the on-screen situations of Love and Monsters and the current isolation ...
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