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Try looking in the monthly archives. November 2016

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Beatty is Back/A New High School Classic/The Best Film of the Year?

Rules Don’t Apply – Writer/Director/Actor/Legend Warren Beatty has emerged back into Hollywood with a long awaited passion project about a young actress, a young driver, and their eccentric boss, Howard Hughes. It’s easy to draw connections between Hughes, the king […]

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Fantastic Beasts and Where Trump Cinema Begins

It’s a low bar to clear but this Harry Potter spinoff/prequel, among the biggest intellectual property a studio could own, is the most relevant and interesting blockbuster of the year (until Star Wars). It’s also the first major studio film to be […]

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November Checkup

For a while in October there was a drought of good movies and it felt like the election was going to rip open the earth and Satan himself would stare up at us in horror. I don’t know if this ends with […]

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Moonlight Movie Review

Moonlight is a unique coming of age film dropping in on the main character as a child, teenager, and man. Many have written about the social and cultural relevance but I was taken with it’s study of identity. Full review at FilmLand […]

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