Review: The Disaster Artist

James Franco directs and stars in a film based on the making of cult classic The Room
Every year brings its share of ill-conceived or poorly executed movies. Much harder to come by are films awful enough to earn the love and...

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Review: Novitiate

Young women join the Catholic church in Margaret Betts’ drama
There's an early scene in first-time narrative feature director Margaret Betts Novitiate — a secular humanist drama about the religious passion of nuns, set in...

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Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Frances McDormand and Woody Harrelson star in the violent drama
You don't need a calendar to know the holiday movie season has arrived. Just check the listings for your local multiplex and you'll find a...

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Review: Lady Bird

Greta Gerwig directs a winning coming-of-age drama
For a town that prides itself on social awareness and progressive politics, Hollywood recently has struggled to keep up with changing times. First came the...

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Review: The Square

Ruben Ostlund’s darkly humorous Palm d'Or winner opens Nov. 17
Great filmmakers tend to work in favored subject areas that come to characterize entire careers. It's hard to imagine Wes Anderson without his character-driven whimsy,...

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Review: 78-52

The documentary dives into the shower scene in Hitchcock’s Psycho
It is fair to ask whether the world really needs a 90-minute documentary about a single scene in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. Director Alexandre O. Philippe's...

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HUMP! Film Festival returns to New Orleans Nov. 9-11

Dan Savage’s amateur porn festival comes to the Broad Theater
In his annual call for amateur porn films (some have been made by pros), sex and relationship advice columnist Dan Savage includes props that have...

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Review: Islenos: A Root of America

A documentary chronicles the Isleno community in St. Bernard Parish
There's a good reason why New Orleans spends so much time celebrating and preserving its many regional cultures. Historically, some of those cultures have nearly...

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Review: The Florida Project

Sean Baker directs a story from the margins about hidden dreams in the shadow of Disney
Though past 40 and on his fourth feature film at the time, director Sean Baker seemed to burst onto the indie scene in 2015 with...

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Review: Marshall

The entertaining drama chronicles Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall’s early career
A towering figure in the social and cultural histories of the U.S., Thurgood Marshall may have been the most effective legal tactician of his time....

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Review: Blade Runner 2049

Denis Villeneuve helms the sequel to Ridley Scott’s sci-fi masterpiece
There are only two kinds of science fiction movies: those made before Blade Runner and the ones that came after. That is a measure of...

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