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 Review :: The Edge Of Seventeen

Review :: The Edge Of Seventeen

By Kevin Taft | Feb 27
"The Edge of Seventeen" is the best movie of 2016 you've never seen.

 Review :: Trolls

Review :: Trolls

Feb 25
Get ready to glitter and sparkle with this fairy-tale-rave-party featuring the voice talents of Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake.

 Review :: As You Are

Review :: As You Are

By Greg Vellante | Feb 24
Kind of like Peter Jackson's 1994 film "Heavenly Creatures," "As You Are" follows a young friendship that detours down dangerous avenues. But it loses itself in the middle, and slowly disintegrates into disaster by the third act.

 Review :: The Son of Joseph

Review :: The Son of Joseph

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 24
This low-key, consciously strange French comedy is deliberately stripped down and simplistic. The text -- and its subtext -- is, however, anything but.

 Review :: My Life As A Zucchini

Review :: My Life As A Zucchini

By Greg Vellante | Feb 24
"My Life as a Zucchini" is a compassionate and charming stop-motion film. At just 70 minutes, it carries as much richness and scrutiny as a three-hour drama. A beautiful ode to friendship that deals in both sadness and sincerity.

 Review :: Kiki

Review :: Kiki

By Roger Walker-Dack | Feb 24
Vogueing, we learn in this new film, is still very much a thing among Harlem's at-risk GBTQ youth.

 Review :: Get Out

Review :: Get Out

By Greg Vellante | Feb 24
Mixing horror, humor and satirical perspective with an artful ease, Jordan Peele's "Get Out" is a wise and pertinent genre-bending masterwork.

 Review :: Rock Dog

Review :: Rock Dog

By Greg Vellante | Feb 24
"Rock Dog" isn't a movie for you, but for your kids. They'll love it, and you'll tolerate it. But, the experience is far less painful than you may expect.

 Review :: Bitter Harvest

Review :: Bitter Harvest

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 24
The film has a noble purpose. Where it collapses, unfortunately, is in its formulaic and too-often inept execution.

 Review :: Something Wild

Review :: Something Wild

By Jake Mulligan | Feb 22
The disc's study of the Actor's Studio technique loops back around: It's not just a record of what "the method" could achieve in the frame, but also a record of what it could achieve for the people behind it.

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