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Guillermo del Toro’s visually ravishing Crimson Peak terrifies you in ways you least expect
Steve Jobs isn't afraid to bend the truth, and that's why it paints such a memorable portrait of the Apple mogul
"We all saw the deterioration. He was only 31."
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Freeheld wants to make you weep, but it can't rise to the legacy of the woman it triumphs
"I think it must be really hard for actors to be out publicly,” Damon said.
Emmerich's retelling of Stonewall fails to draw audience
Roland Emmerich's Stonewall butchers a watershed moment in LGBT history
Fall really only means one thing in the cinematic world: it’s Oscar season. Studios will rub shoulders as they desperately cram the schedule with movies...
Now in its 12th year, the DC Shorts Film Festival continues to expand
A Walk in the Woods is a buddy comedy gone terribly wrong
Grandma is a sweet yet slight comedy that benefits greatly from the presence of Lily Tomlin
Lily Tomlin stars as a self-described misanthrope, particularly embittered after a breakup with her girlfriend, in Paul Weitz’s new comedy. You can imagine how overjoyed...
A look at all the films playing in the upcoming Reel Affirmations LGBT film festival.
A longtime volunteer with Reel Affirmations, Kimberley Bush is helping revive D.C.'s once mighty LGBT film festival