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A prestige biopic mostly deserving of its hype and accolades.
A joyful beacon of light amidst a dark year for comedy.
These are the bastard films that nobody wanted.
An overextended way station en route to a more substantial denouement.
A clear front-runner for Best Foreign Language Film come Oscar season.
We all come around one way or another.
A shrewd little dramedy directed, written, and told from the perspective of a woman.
Skip the commercials and go straight to the horror with this marathon.
Listen Up Philip is a film that I wanted to like. The intro sets high hopes: clever, barbed dialogue that recalls the opening of The Social Network, or a snippier Woody Allen movie, and a retro vibe down to …
Armed with a sharp wit and buoyant optimism, this star is hot and rising.
And Randall Colburn makes a case for the found footage genre.