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We Call BS

We Call BS

Fahrenheit 11/9 by George Wolf Michael Moore may set up his latest film by asking “How the F did we get here?”, but thankfully Fahrenheit 11/9 isn’t just another empty…read more →

Guiding Light

Guiding Light

Pick of the Litter by Brandon Thomas Whether it’s true or not, dogs make us feel like their sole purpose in life is to fill us full of happiness. Dancing…read more →

Managing Madness

Managing Madness

Kusama: Infinity by Hope Madden There is a great deal to find frustrating in the life story of 96-year-old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, and even more to celebrate. A maverick…read more →

Bore More Years

Bore More Years

American Chaos by Matt Weiner As a documentary, American Chaos is in want of a natural constituency. It arrives far too late to offer anything more meaningful than the endless…read more →

So Emotional

So Emotional

Whitney by George Wolf Midway though Whitney, record business mogul “L.A.” Reid sternly tells the camera,”You laughing at Whitney Houston? Fuck you!” An animated sitcom gag came just before that…read more →

Into the Wild

Into the Wild

Jane by George Wolf Of all the feels stirred by Brett Morgen’s new documentary Jane, perhaps the most lasting is the wonderful rediscovery of an iconic personality we thought we…read more →

Language of the Unheard

Language of the Unheard

Whose Streets? by George Wolf Moving like a living, breathing monument to revolution, Whose Streets? captures a flashpoint in history with gripping vibrancy, as it bursts with an outrage both…read more →