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Dwarfing Expectations

We are masters of cynicism, proudly sporting a black-belt in backlash. If this generation of critics, pseudo-critics and armchair-article-writing audience members given the bully pulpit of social media has any legacy, it will be bitching for bitching’s sake.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is awesome by the literal definition of the word, in that its relentless action, staggeringly nuanced performances and...

Cutting Room for December 14

  • Every year for the last six years, Film Streams (filmstreams.org) asks its members to select a film that will screen in the repertory theater for a week during their annual “Members Select” vote. And yet, somehow my write in vote for Birdemic or Rubber is conveniently ignored in favor of such minor films as this year’s choice, Citizen Kane. I mean, “Sight & Sound” magazine doesn’t even consider the Orson...

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He Named Me Malala

A documentary about a powerful young woman determined to change the world.



A grim n' gritty thriller about cartel violence that will make you feel ooky.


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

After a somewhat quiet first film, this second adaptation of the postapocalyptic young adult novels goes bonkers.


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The Look of Silence

A companion piece to The Act of Killing, this makes a one-two punch as good as any documentary in history.


The Visit

A middling found footage horror-comedy that counts as a triumph for this director.


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