Film

Marvel studios have spent so much time building themselves up their “Cinematic Universe” that they’ve really lost sight of what this is all about.

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With witty dialogue, interesting characters and a mystery that is just as engrossing today as it was when Christie first wrote it, 'Murder on the Orient Express' is a grand old time.

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Essentially, “Hugo” is Scorsese’s love letter to cinema through the imaginative eyes of a young boy.

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This sequel doubles the number of dads and drenches everything in a Christmas veneer to distract the fact that there’s nothing going on underneath.

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This review was first published during our coverage of the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. We are re-printing an edited version in honor of the film’s release this past weekend.

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Roth’s Vincent is obsessive and passionate, often consuming toxin-rich paint like candy.

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What a shame: A visionary artist’s life to be captured by such conventional means.

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'Loving Vincent' is the first feature length film to use oil paint animation

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It may not be a dramatic masterwork, but from my first viewing of “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” back in 2015, I knew the film was significant as a tribute to the golden age of on-screen espionage, and all the bravado, style and campiness that came with it.

Given the breadth and complexity of independence movements, it is rather egotistical of films to presume they can deliver a “true story.”