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We Was Smart Once


Crank It Up


Indonesia Amnesia


The M Stands for Middling


Trial and Terror


Men Ruin Everything


Sorry, Malaysian Tourism Industry!


Birth of a Nuisance


Minor Bloom


Myopic Biopic


Minions Talking Twinkies

The Lego Movie being somehow good ruined our ability to completely dismiss a film’s concept upon first hearing it. Who knows, maybe Minions would be infused with the same cleverness, the same all-ages wonder and fun? In the first 10 minutes, a pill-shaped living Twinkie lifts a block of ice over his head, farts and then gets smushed by it. So…nevermind…

Writer Brian Lynch’s Minions isn’t as bad as that woeful scene...

Amy-winehouse-wallpapers-35 A Siren’s Dirge

Amy is a hard film to shake off. It is nothing but dread, tragedy and cruelty. Although it is absolutely a masterpiece I will contemplate for years, I dare not watch it ever again. Director Asif Kapadia’s new documentary explores the career of British singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse, until her death by alcohol poisoning at the age of 27, almost four years ago. The collective reaction from critics has been, “I didn’t...

Me-earl-dying-girl-trailer Pity the Privileged

These white privileged coming-of-age indie dramedies that folks salivate over at Sundance almost seem mandatory at this point. We get one every year. In 2012, we got Moonrise Kingdom. In 2013, we actually got a double dose with The Way, Way Back and The Spectacular Now. In 2014, we got Boyhood. This year, we’ve got this behemoth, and it turns the white privileged coming-of-age up to 11.

Director Alfonso...

What-we-do-in-the-shadows-image-1 Mocku-Dracu-mentary

Has any supernatural creature had a rougher decade than vampires? “I mean, have you seen that sparkling British twerp? Just stake me already.” Dracula whimpers at his “Monsters Can Feel” small group, as The Mummy offers him some tissue. From Twilight to Dracula Untold, fanged fiction has been worse and worser. Happily, What We Do in the Shadows does more than just erase the crap path these immortal suckers were on,...

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He Named Me Malala

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The Walk

You'll wish he fell.


The Martian

An ode to ingenuity and duct tape.


Pawn Sacrifice

A profile of a mentally ill genius chess player who briefly fought the Cold War alone.


Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

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