Review: My Journey Through French Cinema

Bertrand Tavernier's impassioned ode to film screens at Chalmette Movies
Today's Hollywood appears to dominate world cinema by exporting American film (and culture) to every corner of the globe, but it's not surprising to learn...

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Review: Detroit

Kathryn Bigelow's latest film takes a hard look at one night in the long hot summer of 1967
There was a time when the boundaries between documentary and narrative film were clearly drawn and widely accepted by filmmakers and audiences. Today, filmmakers of...

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Review: A Ghost Story

Casey Affleck stars in the film screening at The Broad Theater
Why would an A-list director keep a star-studded film secret until it was finished and ready to debut at the Sundance Film Festival? And how...

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Review: Dunkirk is Christopher Nolan's landmark war film

The World War II action thriller balances big-screen spectacle with human drama
"The Dunkirk Spirit" is a phrase known to British citizens of all backgrounds and a source of pride for many. It refers to the ability...

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Review: Endless Poetry

Chilean surrealist filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky’s autobiographical film screens at Zeitgeist
Inspiration comes in unpredictable forms. At 88 years old, legendary surrealist filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky is enjoying a late-career surge unique in the history of film,...

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Review: The Survivalist

Chalmette Movies screens the story about surviving after civic collapse
It's easy to forget how crucial a role sound plays in the experience of a film. Neither dialogue nor music interrupts the first 17 minutes...

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Review: The Beguiled

Sofia Coppola directs a tense Louisiana-shot Civil War story
"Write what you know" often is the first piece of advice received by anyone looking to develop a unique voice as an author. That approach...

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Review: Baby Driver

Edgar Wright's action thriller with a killer choreographed soundtrack
British writer-director Edgar Wright has built a successful career on reimagining familiar film genres. His "Cornetto Trilogy" brought fresh ideas and unexpected laughs to the...

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Review: Rough Night

Kate McKinnon steals the show in a bawdy comedy
You can tell a lot about a summer movie from the way Hollywood markets it. The latest example is Rough Night, the first feature by...

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Review: I, Daniel Blake

Ken Loach's film screens at Zeitgeist
British filmmaker Ken Loach made a name for himself in 1966 with Cathy Come Home, a BBC film about a fictional homeless couple that shocked...

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