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Great movies can inspire us to interrogate social ills, or teach us a thing or two about our beliefs. Slow West (), a not-so ordinary...
Tomorrowland is a mess of a story that contradicts itself tonally, politically, and philosophically
Age of Ultron is predictably excellent, even if it lacks some of the original’s brilliance
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“We do incredible things when we all stand together. Unite.” — Stephen Beresford, screenwriter of Pride, accepting the 2015 British Academy of Film and Television...
A compelling documentary, Out In The Night still fails to answer the many questions it inspires
After a year as the head of GLAAD, Sarah Kate Ellis looks to close the culture gap between equality and acceptance
OUTSTANDING FILM – WIDE RELEASE The Imitation Game (The Weinstein Company) Love is Strange (Sony Pictures Classics) Pride (CBS Films) The Skeleton Twins (Roadside Attractions)...
Confirming what everyone had already suspected, the Federal Bureau of Investigation today announced that North Korea did indeed have direct involvement in the hacking of Sony...
As the internet goes crazy over the reveal of James Bond’s 24th film, Spectre, there is one piece of news that no car or Bond fan can overlook:...
Christopher Nolan’s sweeping epic is bold, super-sized, and demands to be watched on the biggest screen possible
There’s something inherently wonderful about The Way He Looks, the feature debut from Brazilian writer-director Daniel Ribeiro (in Portugese with English subtitles). What should be...