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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
College students may find this movie more relatable than it seems.
Whether or not the world needs more hazing movies is a bit questionable.
It’s not fun, smart or even all that scary. It’s just sadistic.
'Kedi' takes a gentle, observational approach to the story of the city, as told through its cats.
Our story begins in France, at a “Phantom of the Opera” style masquerade, completely decked out with towering white wigs, extravagant gowns and Stanley Tucci ("Hunger Games") playing the Harpsicord.
No level of acting talent can resurrect a script this poorly written.
It helps that Huppert, undeniably one of the greatest living actors, is on screen for much of the film.
The Holodomor famine is most certainly a story worth telling, but “Bitter Harvest” does not do near enough justice to the heartbreaking genocide.
Watching perfect people be perfect together isn’t very interesting.
“The Salesman” is a revenge story, but in a convoluted way.