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Theassassincannes Killing Expectations

How are we lucky enough to get Mad Max: Fury Road and The Assassin in the same year? Like Fury Road, Hou Hsiou-hsien’s new arthouse action flick is stunningly cinematic, wholly engrossing and utterly badass. Also like Fury Road, it’s a film with a warrior heroine who will inspire an entire generation of cos-players. Unlike Fury Road, The Assassin’s near-glacial pace seems destined to polarize audiences. It is a...


Inside out Emotion Motion

I have questions. Many questions.

Inside Out plops us in the brainspace of an 11-year-old girl, Riley (Kaitlyn Dias), revealing her behaviors to be controlled by five primary emotions: Joy (Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black) and Disgust (Mindy Kaling). My first set of questions: Why disgust? How did that make the cut as a dominant emotion? What about love or jealousy or...


U3RldmUtam9icy1tb3ZpZS0yMDE1LWhvbGRpbmc= The Core of Apple’s Man

Apparently, writer Aaron Sorkin has decided that his “thing” is making fascinating films out of seemingly unfilmable, boring-ass ideas. I don’t have an iPhone. I don’t like Apple. I don’t like Steve Jobs. I don’t care about Steve Jobs. I didn’t care to ever see a movie about Steve Jobs. Actually, it kind of pissed me off that Steve Jobs had two movies made about him so soon. Well, one movie and whatever the hell...


Ot-xe Say Her Name, Say Her Name

 At the moment, there are just over 60 million school-aged girls around the world being denied their right to an education because they are either forced to work, were married early in life, must take care of their siblings at home, or are second-class citizens who face violence if they even consider attending a school. Because women having equal access to education is typically one of the major factors that...


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Like John Wick but with a cat and more jokes than bloody head wounds.

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First Monday in May

A propaganda-documentary about an industry with some pretty bad race issues...

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