Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Elena Anaya talks about giving performance of a lifetime in They...

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In her most recent role as the lead in They Are All Dead (Todos están muertos), which had its U.S. premiere at Miami Dade College's...

In Sweet Bean compassion heals all wounds – a film review

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Sweet Bean is a deeply moving depiction of true friendship and a lesson on how to appreciate life through the world around us -- including...

Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ presents complex, enthralling portrait of...

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Only Lovers Left Alive, the long-awaited vampire drama by Jim Jarmusch, has to be one of the better date movies I've seen in a...

A cup of coffee in which director Whit Stillman and I...

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During the couple of times I met with film director Whit Stillman at this past Miami International Film Festival, something has bothered me about how...

The Nightingale makes revenge unsettling

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There hasn’t been a movie this year that has so consistently moved me as much as the violent, horrifying revenge film The Nightingale. A...

Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures filmmakers talk about interview subjects and...

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When documentary filmmakers Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato began exploring who the American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe was for their in-depth documentary, Mapplethorpe: Look at...

White God takes the easy route to schlock over allegory– a...

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Coupled with several striking film stills taken from the best moments of the movie (just look at the poster), the concept sounds interesting:  In some alternate...

Hotel Mumbai is difficult entertainment to stomach

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It’s hard to say if I was entertained by Hotel Mumbai, a movie focused on four horrific days where a group of well-armed terrorists...

Presenting Princess Shaw reveals value of success in music without the...

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Presenting Princess Shaw is a sweet yet frank documentary on the aspirations of an amateur YouTube star as she unwittingly is about to go viral. By focusing...