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Growing Pains

Growing Pains

John and the Hole by Hope Madden Adolescence can be tough. It’s a confusing time, and the fantasy of skipping those awkward years entirely and just being an adult can…read more →

Eye in the Sky

Eye in the Sky

Whirlybird by Rachel Willis If you were paying attention to the news in the early 1990s, you’ve likely seen the aerial footage from Bob (now Zoey) Tur and Marika Gerrard-Tur…read more →

Mondon’t

Mondon’t

Mondo Hollywoodland by Christie Robb Janek Ambros’s Mondo Hollywoodland is a play off a 1960s documentary called Mondo Hollywood by Robert Carl Cohen. The original aimed to depict the more…read more →

Choosing Wisely

Choosing Wisely

Nine Days by George Wolf Will (Winston Duke) is a selector. Inside a modest home situated in the middle of nowhere and surrounded by nothing but flatland, he monitors the…read more →

Baby Blues

Baby Blues

Fully Realized Humans by Brandon Thomas I don’t have children, but that doesn’t mean I don’t understand the hardships that come with parenthood. You’re no longer living just for yourself.…read more →

Pants and Skippy

Pants and Skippy

Jungle Cruise by George Wolf Dr. Lily Houghton (Emily Blunt) wears trousers in 1916 London, so she’s “pants.” Frank Wolff (Dwayne Johnson) is the skipper Lily hires to guide her…read more →

Not Easy Being Green

Not Easy Being Green

The Green Knight by Hope Madden Lutes and mead, chainmail and sorcery—director David Lowery’s Camelot is just as rockin’ as ever in his trippy coming-of-age style The Green Knight. Dev…read more →

American Dad

American Dad

Stillwater by Hope Madden A couple weeks back, Nicolas Cage played a man desperate to reclaim a loved one that was lost to him, a man who might stop at…read more →

They Call Me…

They Call Me…

Mr. Soul! by George Wolf Who do you think of when you hear the title “Mr. Soul!”? James Brown? Otis Redding? Marvin Gaye? Give writer/director Melissa Haizlip 104 minutes, and…read more →