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CIFF 2022 | ‘Aftersun’ is a Heartbreakingly Novel...

October 27, 2022

Charlotte Wells’ debut film establishes her as a director experienced far...

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Moving Pictures: Questions and Conspiracies in B.J. Novak’s...

August 14, 2022

When the question is "America?" then there is no right answer.

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Moving Pictures: The Escape Room of ‘The Black...

August 13, 2022

A horror movie where the characters actually make good decisions is still...

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Moving Pictures: ‘Thor: Love and Blunder’

August 12, 2022

The inspirational adage "never give up" need not apply to everything.

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Moving Pictures: ‘The Gray Man’ Lacks Color

August 11, 2022

You could spend the next two hours watching "The Gray Man" on Netflix, or you...

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Moving Pictures: High Altitude Cruising

June 11, 2022

Myle Yan Tay reviews "Top Gun: Maverick." Go for Tom Cruise, stay for Tom...

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A Timeline of Queer Horror Films

December 12, 2021

Lillian Climo offers a short survey of queer representation in horror, a genre...

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1996 Film Retrospective: Improvising Reality in Mike Leigh’s...

March 19, 2021

How Leigh’s improvised scenework established a new form of cinema.

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Fulfillment, Failure, and Desire: The Subversive “Memories of...

December 30, 2020

How Bong Joon Ho changed expectations for the procedural drama.

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Turbulence and Introspection in “The Souvenir”

June 25, 2019

"The Souvenir" would like to give the impression that it’s in the seat beside...

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Dark Arts

May 16, 2019

Netflix's pulpy "Velvet Buzzsaw" sidesteps the real horrors of the art world.

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Truly Problematic True Crime and America’s Obsession with...

February 11, 2019

Ted Bundy is the Ideal American Man inverted, using all the characteristics...

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