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Film Review: The Disaster Artist

With The Disaster Artist, James Franco chronicles the stranger-than-fiction production of The Room (2003), dubbed “the Citizen Kane of bad movies” b…

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Film Review: Wonder

Stephen Chbosky’s previous film The Perks Of Being A Wallflower demonstrated his fondness for toughness, and his latest drama Wonder (drawn from R.J. Palacio’s …

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Film Review: Shot Caller

Shot Caller is an intense character and criminality drama from Ric Roman Waugh. The powerfully grim piece follows the inevitable path of a good man as he goes b…

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Film Review: The Untamed

The Untamed is a psychodramatic character study as well as an icky-kinky horror/sci-fi outing complete with an FX tentacled sex-monster. Yet Barcelonan co-write…

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Film Review: Goodbye Christopher Robin

Goodbye Christopher Robin is a sometimes moving but hard-edged drama from director Simon Curtis. It is promoted as being, of course, based on a true story, and …

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Film Review: The Teacher

The Teacher is no Dead Poet’s Society, as this tightly structured Slovakian/Czech story tells the true tale of an educator who masterfully manipulated her…

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Film Review: Lucky

A small, humble, pleasingly hard-edged drama with moments of wry comedy, Lucky offers a few sweet references to Harry Dean Stanton’s key roles, a fairly stark b…

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