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The strange, inconclusive summer of 2017

Yeah, I know Labor Day was two weeks ago, fuck off It’s been a summer of transition at the movies. Transition to what? Who knows. There are several narratives to spin based on the number of movies that were released … Continue reading

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Coppola’s Cannes favorite ‘The Beguiled’ is impeccable

8/10 The Beguiled is a sophisticated, confidently made film about sexual power dynamics. It’s one of the best movies in theaters, and just about everyone should take the time to see it. In Civil War Virginia, Amy (Oona Laurence) stumbles … Continue reading

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Bloodcurdling ‘It Comes at Night’ stands as the year’s best so far

10/10 It Comes at Night might have been filmed on a golden reel. After a zombie-esque plague rips through society, Paul (Joel Edgerton, who also executively produces) lives with his wife and son, Sarah and Travis (Carmen Ejogo and Kelvin … Continue reading

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