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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
‘Hidden Figures’ understands that what goes unsaid is often what says it all.
It’s not bad, but it’s certainly not good either.
‘Monster Trucks’ is not a good or even decent movie; it’s bad, but for a movie that even its distributor expected to be a historic bomb, it’s bearably bad.
Ideas of faith and sacrifice are the focal point of ‘Silence,’ and answers do not come easily.
For a movie about loneliness, ‘Passengers’ is too self-conscious of its own quiet.
Memes are a godsend for weird, awkward internet-forum dwellers across the world.
Even the story doesn’t feel like it has any real purpose with regards to the world the filmmakers have spent four films and fourteen years constructing.
The deeply personal ‘Jackie’ displays impressive cinematography, but ultimately disappoints.
It’s Craig’s ability to legitimately achieve emotional poignancy that imbues her work with an uncommon sense of urgency.
Thank you, “La La Land.” You shine so very brightly.