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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“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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Good Time Isn’t A Good Time For Black Girls

As someone who finds the nuance in yelling at clouds, I can’t help but stop myself from participating when it comes to talking about the summer’s indie darling, Good Time. It’s not all good, or all bad. In fact, on paper, Good Time is a damn good time.

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Who Needs Enemies When You’ve Got Daryl Davis’ Friends in Accidental Courtesy?

In the 2016 documentary, Accidental Courtesy, his lifelong journey – from cosmopolitan child living abroad to prolific musician to anti-racist evangelist and Klan Robe Kollector – is brought to light. And, like W. Kamau Bell’s forays into Racist Dens Of Inequity, it’s about as odd, infuriating and perplexing as it sounds.

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If Spider-Man Was Real, He Would Be A Member Of The Alt-Right

Sorry folks, but it’s true. In the real world, our friendly neighborhood web crawler would be a Pepe-meme-posting, woman-harassing monster. Here are the reasons why.

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In Tangled Webs, We Grieve: Daddy Issues, Family And More In Spider-Man Homecoming

[Writer’s Disclaimer: I’ve loved Spider-Man since I was an itty bitty spider. So there “may” be “some” bias in the

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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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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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