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Don't Miss It: 4 Must-Watch TV Shows this Fall

Don't Miss It: 4 Must-Watch TV Shows this Fall

By Jason St. Amand | Jul 13
Here are four TV shows debuting later this year that you have to check out.

The Moon Landing was a Giant Leap for Movies, too

The Moon Landing was a Giant Leap for Movies, too

By Jake Coyle | Jul 12
In 1964, Stanley Kubrick, on the recommendation of the science-fiction author Arthur C. Clarke, bought a telescope.

 Review :: Crawl

Review :: Crawl

By Kevin Taft | Jul 12
A solid B-horror/thriller, "Crawl" might not be the most appropriate descriptor, but who cares when there are alligators.

 Review :: Stuber

Review :: Stuber

By Derek Deskins | Jul 12
Bolstered by fantastic chemistry between its leads, "Stuber" is wonderfully entertaining if, ultimately, hopelessly generic.

 Review :: Sea of Shadows

Review :: Sea of Shadows

By Lewis Whittington | Jul 12
Richard Ladkani is both cinematographer and director and this film is investigative documentary journalism at its best. Ladkani not only brings awareness against an endangered species but the necessary fearless battles it will take to save marine life.

 Review :: Sword Of Trust

Review :: Sword Of Trust

By Derek Deskins | Jul 12
In its ridiculous premise, "Sword of Trust" draws you in and then floors you with its surprising depth and subtle witty humor.

 Review :: The Farewell

Review :: The Farewell

By Sam Cohen | Jul 12
Director/writer Lulu Wang's "The Farewell" is one of the most touching films of the year. Seek this film out if it's playing in your city.

What to See @ Outfest 2019

What to See @ Outfest 2019

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 11
One of the most prestigious of the many LGBTQ film festivals, OutFest, celebrates 37 years and will run July 18-28, 2019. Frank Avella previews what to see at this year's festival.

 Review :: The Lion King

Review :: The Lion King

By Sam Cohen | Jul 11
Director Jon Favreau's remake of "The Lion King" is one of the most terrifying films of the year. In the new string of Disney live-action adaptations, this one may be the most wrongheaded of them all.

In 'The Farewell,' a Family Drama Straddling East and West

In 'The Farewell,' a Family Drama Straddling East and West

By Jake Coyle | Jul 10
Film director Lulu Wang knew her pitch for "The Farewell" was unconventional.

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