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‘Knock at the Cabin’ Review: M. Night Shyamalan Reminds Us Why We Liked Him in the First Place

At the beginning of Knock at the Cabin, we watch as seven-year-old Wen (Kristen Cui) collects grasshoppers outside a cabin in the middle...

‘Harlem’ Season 2 Review: A Stunning Celebration of Black Joy

The first season of Harlem, airing back in December 2021, was quick to establish itself as a fun, colorful, and poignant kaleidoscope of...

Sundance 2023: Iron Butterflies, Is There Anybody Out There? | Festivals & Awards

Liubyi sometimes directs the film with a bleakly funny dryness, showing things as they are using social media, and at one point,...

Sundance 2023: Earth Mama, Fremont | Festivals & Awards

Call it an anti-Sundance Sundance movie: Babak Jalali’s “Fremont,” which premiered in the NEXT section, has the knowing constructs of what could...

Female Filmmakers in Focus: Maryam Touzani on The Blue Caftan | Interviews

The day she gave it to me, I realized how beautiful it was to own this piece, because I had a feeling...

The Unloved, Part 110: Tank Girl | MZS

This month's Unloved is a long overdue look at one of the most purely fun and diabolically creative features of the '90s, whose rejection...

Slamdance Film Festival Highlights 2023 | Festivals & Awards

Our very own Matt Fagerholm raved about Elisa Levine & Gabriel Miller’s “Sweetheart Deal” out of the BendFilm Festival, and I...

‘Little Richard: I Am Everything’ Review: A Look at the Duality of One of Rock & Roll’s Greatest Icons | Sundance 2023

Home Movie Reviews ‘Little Richard: I Am Everything' Review: A Look at the Duality of One of Rock & Roll’s Greatest...

‘Eileen’ Review: Anne Hathaway & Thomasin McKenzie Star in Romance-Mystery That Defies Expectations | Sundance 2023

Eileen, the first film from William Oldroyd since 2016’s Lady Macbeth made Florence Pugh a star, is more defined by what it isn't...

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