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Boy Erased

Review: Boy Erased

In a recent interview with NPR about his new film Boy Erased, director Joel Edgerton spoke about his experience encountering Garrard Conley’s memoir, on which the movie is based. “I had come to the book ass...

Review: Suspiria

When a remake of a film comes out, it’s natural to want to critique it by holding it up to the original. This is especially true of a movie with a devoted fanbase. Dario Argento’s 1977 film Suspiria is a cul...

Review: Mid90s

Writer and director Jonah Hill’s new film Mid90s is part of an interesting approach toward nostalgia that’s shown up at theaters this year. Instead of wistful remembrance of a past time period, or a litany of p...

Review: The Old Man and the Gun

How do you sum up the career of someone like Robert Redford? He’s been so many things — an admired actor, a great director, a producer, and the founder of the Sundance Film Festival, one of the film world’s mos...

Review: A Star Is Born

Late in A Star Is Born, a character says to Lady Gaga’s singer-songwriter Ally that music tells the same story again and again, regardless of genre or singer. “The only thing an artist can offer is how they see...
Most Beautiful Movies

Most Beautiful Movies

What do we mean when we call a film beautiful? After all, the majority of movies are commercial enterprises - they exist to entertain and make money rather than be one of the most beautiful movies....

30 Best Board Games of All Time

The game of chess can be traced back millennia and checkers is even older. The American board game franchise is not as ancient, but it still has its own list of classics. These games are staples for fun of all ...