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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“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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Valerian Really Does Suck

Luc Besson’s sci-fi epic is only epic in its failure to inspire, entertain and even be worth the money it’ll cost you sit through all two hours.

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REELYDOPE Abroad: Ghost In The Shell Almost Made Me Vomit

[Editor’s Note: Adam left the Bay semi-recently to sup on fine foods, watch great movies and educate the children of South

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All Eyez On Me

Where do I start? The beginning? I guess that’s fair. It was a blistering Thursday. I was hauling ass to

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It Comes At Night: Nightmares in Space and Place

It Comes is a haunted house on the hill movie, in the sense that space and place are incredibly important to how horror is constructed and experienced. Big spaces like the woods and the house itself are supposed to be scary; the latter for its ability to imprison and the former for its harboring of the unknown.

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The Promise

It seems like everything is about immigrants and the question of endangered populations these days, from La Naranja Maldita clearly having a grudge against anyone he doesn’t consider “American” to the current (and ongoing) refugee crisis in the Eurozone. It’s apt then that now would be the time when a film like The Promise is set to drop. Directed by Terry George and starring Oscar Isaac, Christian Bale, Angela Sarafyan and more, the film covers an oft-still-overshadowed human tragedy – The Armenian Genocide.

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South Korean Movies Are The Last Thing You Should Be Sleeping On

Flicks from outta town are great. Okay, maybe they’re not always great. But more often than not, they’re great. Usually

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Before I Fall

Bias warning: I truly believe that kids, and many teenagers, are unintentional sociopaths. Maybe it’s just the lack of a

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