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Picking on Critics and Critics’ Picks


Killing Expectations


Emotion Motion


The Core of Apple’s Man


Less Peak, More Valley


Lower-Case Spielberg


Say Her Name, Say Her Name


Juarez: What Is It Good For?




Creed Son Shines

Like death, taxes and CBS creating another spectacularly unfunny comedy, reboots are an inevitable part of life now. To resist them isn’t merely tilting at windmills, it’s tilting at windmills you then go ahead and buy anyway. Instead, let’s just get writer/director Ryan Coogler to do all the reboots. All of them. I want him on everything from Die Hard 6 to Perfect Strangers: The Movie. Why? Because Creed just...

Hunger-games-mockingjay-part-2-trailer-jennifer-lawrence Mocking Without Imitation

I love how pissed off people are at parts of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2. Not because I feed on the anger of others. Okay, not just because of that. No, I love it because this franchise that was poo-pooed and tsk-tsked as being “young adult” just completed one of the bravest fictional treatises on the hidden costs of war, the insidious nature of propaganda and martyrdom, the flaws inherent in all political...

Brie-larson-room-01-600x350 Surprise and No Surprise

The MPPA needs a new rule. Before film trailers can be officially released, they must be conditioned with A Clockwork Orange-style aversion therapy to not spoil the films they’re advertising.  Strap them down, ply their eyes opens and subject them to hours and hours of every trailer for the new Star Wars movie on a loop, so that they learn the value of holding back a bit. It’s old news that film trailers reveal too...

Suffragette This Is What Feminism Looks Like

Let’s start where things end: As the list of dates on which countries around the world finally recognized women’s right to vote scrolled at the end of Suffragette, the oxygen was sucked out of the room. 1971, Switzerland? Are you kidding me?! 19-frickin’-71?! Why were your morality and politics as hole-filled as your delicious cheeses?! It was a brilliant way for a sturdy and important-if-sometimes-unartful film to...

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Apollo Creed's son gets trained by Rocky in a surprisingly beautiful boxing flick.


The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

The final chapter in what has been anything but "young adult" content.



A woman and her child trapped alone in a room. That's the plot.



An intimate portrait of the fight for women's voting rights in early 1900s England.



Bond takes a step back, as this blend of cheese and grit does not work.


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