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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
The notion of driving a car means much more than physically steering, but rather assuming agency over one’s goals, desires and maturation.
At 197 minutes, its runtime may seem daunting, but Wiseman’s patient profile of a critical public institution is overwhelmingly rewarding, not a burden.
'The Mountain Between Us' promised to be another stressful but compelling movie about humans trapped in the hellish nightmare of the wild
“Tales of an Immoral Couple” offers the best of both worlds, a sweet blend of heart-pinching coming of age and situational comedy.
Does the moniker of a “classic” give a film expectations it can never live up to?
While certainly well-acted and intermittently endearing, it completely misses and sometimes seemingly intentionally obfuscates what should have been the thesis of its entire narrative.
The 'Harold and Kumar' franchise might fall under the category of “stoner comedy,” but these films are littered with clever observations on race and politics.
While the film serves up a stunning portrait of several pioneers for gay and transgender rights, it gets confused whether it is a cold case crime doc or a study of a marginalized community who fought for their rights.
It’s a little heartbreaking. The message being delivered to young male audiences here is undeniable: Your feelings are funny. Your friendships are laughable.
It’s about as good of a sequel as we could ever dream of, one that begs to be seen on the big screen.