Ayiti Mon Amour: Césaire Updated

It starts with a wistful, brooding drift through a thick reef. Every frame is crystalline. You get the feeling in

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The Korean Thriller “Forgotten” Will Make You Grateful For Your Siblings

Like a lot of South Korean foods, South Korean movies that achieve success in the US often have a few

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The Disaster Artist – Thrusting at the Bellybutton

Try to picture this: James Franco is a wacko director directing himself as a wacko director directing himself. That accurately

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Rwandan Director Anisia Uzeyman Asks: “Can Black Love Survive the American Dream?”

To Anisia Uzeyman, the United States are a dream. Complete with surreal landscapes and too real terrors, her portrait of

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The Only Thor We Recognize is “Ragnarok”

I know I’m two weeks late. I’ve been busy. I swear. With like, life stuff. And work stuff. You know,

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The Simple Truths and Summery Visions of “Hunter Gatherer”

There are times when you need a good, small movie to help you believe that Hollywood isn’t choking the life

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Love Of Country And Bloodlust In “Age Of Shadows”

Living in South Korea as an American is like being in one of those movies where someone wakes up to

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“Tangerine” Director Sean Baker Takes Us Beyond The Magic Kingdom

Although The Florida Project sounds like an early 2000’s political heist that would launch our country into perennial war in the

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Marshall

Okay, so before I get into this let’s address the elephant in the film shall we? Ya’ll know damn well

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Hunter Gatherer

Hunter Gatherer doesn’t exactly unfold itself in a way to leave you thinking about these questions. Rather, the film places greater importance on Ashley and Jeremy.

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Let’s Talk About Molly

Last year, I took a stand and defended the complex and nuanced relationship Lawrence had with Issa, and himself, in HBO’s

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