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In space, can someone hear you crack?

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 Review :: Where Do We Go From Here?

Review :: Where Do We Go From Here?

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 21
Writer-director Anthony Meindl puts a human face — a group of human faces, actually — on the epidemic of gun violence that plagues the United States with this anthology film, in which three parallel stories unfold while historic tragedies loom.

 Review :: Leonard Soloway's Broadway

Review :: Leonard Soloway's Broadway

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 21
This is an affectionate portrait of an octogenarian Broadway producer who is unknown outside the theatre world. It's a sheer delight.

Producer Brian Grazer Traces his Success in 'Face To Face'

Producer Brian Grazer Traces his Success in 'Face To Face'

By Mike Cidoni Lennox | Sep 21
Brian Grazer says that if weren't for Eminem making eye contact with him during a tense meeting a few years ago, the rap film "8 Mile" probably wouldn't exist.

 Review :: Ad Astra

Review :: Ad Astra

By Robert Nesti | Sep 20
In space, can someone hear you crack?

 Review :: Between Two Ferns: The Movie

Review :: Between Two Ferns: The Movie

By Derek Deskins | Sep 20
"Between Two Ferns: The Movie" is a feature-length struggle to be something that it never was, and as a result we lose the very thing that initially made it so interesting.

 Review :: Downton Abbey

Review :: Downton Abbey

By Kevin Taft | Sep 20
The film version of the beloved TV series is a comfy, charming lark, but doesn't add anything truly essential to the story and history of the characters we know and love.

 Review :: Pageant Material

Review :: Pageant Material

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 20
This may be a camp comedy, but it still reminds us how dangerous in the U.S. for people to embrace their sexuality.

 Review :: Auggie

Review :: Auggie

By Rob Lester | Sep 20
Fans of fantasies and illogical psychological drama might be happy with the unhappy story of a sad sack named Felix and his "Auggie" - short for "augmented reality."

 Review :: Orpheus' Song

Review :: Orpheus' Song

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 20
Writer-director Tor Iben tinges a sweet love story with a little classical mythology with this sweet charmer.

 Review :: Cousins

Review :: Cousins

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 20
Don't miss your chance to cheer young love as everyone should be free to experience it.

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