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by | Dec 14, 2018

We’ve seen this movie before. In fact, we’ve seen all ten of them in some form. The top-ten, box-office blockbusters…

by | Sep 4, 2018

The U.S. Department of Justice is currently in the midst of examining the hundreds of antitrust consent decrees in effect…

by | Jul 8, 2018

Last week I had the chance to watch “Ant-Man and the Wasp,” which is the 20th film in the Marvel…

by | Mar 12, 2018

Set in Sacramento in 2002-2003, Greta Gerwig’s female coming-of-age story Lady Bird provides two main points of perspective on the otherwise…

by | Feb 26, 2018

It’s best to think of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri as a sort of cinematic parable about forgiveness — both of others…

by | Dec 21, 2017

Before we move on to the Earnest and Important, a word about Father Figures. I didn’t expect it, but this…

by | Dec 19, 2017

Ah, Christmas, when America gets to unwrap its beloved, politically incorrect present. When more and more things qualify as guilty…

by | Dec 6, 2017

Remember video stores? They tended to be hole-in-the-wall shops stacked floor to ceiling with VHS cassettes of every movie you…

by | Nov 17, 2017

Films about race and racism can be important. They’re also difficult to make. Witness Nate Parker’s Birth of a Nation,…

by | Nov 10, 2017

Frances McDormand is a force. It’s something in the actress’s voice, her eyes, her sense of humor and her quiet…

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