How to review a movie like Mother? Honestly, it’s probably best not to try… but here goes.
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(Plenty of spoilers in this review… though you’ve probably heard most of them already.) Here’s a fun game of “Would You Rather?”:
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“Inspired by the true stories of daring women.”
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America is a land of opportunity, beckoning thousands across the globe to come to these shores in celebration of freedom and liberty. If you’re a cute white girl from Ireland, at least.
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Recently, in this galaxy, I saw a film called Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and I bet you did too. The film has already grossed a predictably record-shattering $240(ish) million in the United States, and more than twice that worldwide. The internet and all media and every single human person on the planet are abuzz […]
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It was a very good year at the movies… but a weird one. Reversing the trend of recent years, the summer blockbuster fare offered a surprising amount of good taste, from the goofy-fun Guardians Of The Galaxy to the surprisingly clever Edge Of Tomorrow. Even sequels like Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes and […]
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Some films are great. Some films are Important. Some are both, some are neither. Many are one, attempting to be the other. This time of year always unleashes at least one major release about a historical event we’re all familiar with, usually a true story, often centered around a major war or some other national […]
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There’s a thin line between genius and madness. Or, if Frank is to be believed, no line at all.
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