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Philadelphia Film Festival Reveals Lineup & Schedule with ‘Birdman,’ ‘Wild’ & More

Philadelphia Film Festival Reveals Lineup & Schedule with ‘Birdman,’ ‘Wild’ & More

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Consistently bringing in a wide array of compelling new films from unique voices of cinema, the 23rd Philadelphia Film Festival announced its packed new lineup and schedule yesterday. Bookended by beloved movie stars delivering awards-worthy...
Trailer for Sundance Horror ‘The Babadook’ Will Freak You Out

Trailer for Sundance Horror ‘The Babadook’ Will Freak You Out

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It’s getting close to October, so that means the onslaught of horror films is about to begin. There will be plenty of scary movies to keep an eye out for in the coming weeks, but...
Pride

Pride Review: Warchus and Beresford have managed to sneak a progressive, rule-breaking film into mainstream cinemas. You'll be driven to tears, and every drop is earned

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In the mid 1980s, thousands of British coal miners went on strike in reaction to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s vow to rid the U.K. of the National Union of Mineworkers, or NUM. After a hard-fought...
Stephen Beresford & Jonathan Blake: Gay People Can Take A Punch–We’re Tough

Stephen Beresford & Jonathan Blake: Gay People Can Take A Punch–We’re Tough

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Matthew Warchus’ uplifting crowd-pleaser Pride follows the true events of the 1984-85 UK miner’s strike, which saw a group of young gay activists called Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners (LGSM) come to the aid of...
Lilting

Lilting Review: An emotional examination of the relationship between a man and his dead lover’s mother

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Almost every film review I have written has opened with an introduction relating to the film at hand, whether it be an anecdote or a trivia item about awards, news, or details relating to the...
Two Night Stand

Two Night Stand Review: Today's hookup culture doesn't quite get its due in this forgettable rom-com

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While tales of the war zone that is online dating in our modern era are timely, the release date of the latest film to cover the subject, Two Night Stand, seems to be a bit...
Genevieve Bailey On ‘I Am Eleven’ and the Magic of Naiveté

Genevieve Bailey On ‘I Am Eleven’ and the Magic of Naiveté

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After losing her father and getting injured in a serious car accident, Genevieve Bailey was in a serious rut, and needed to do something to lift her spirits. She remembered that being eleven was the...
LAFF 2014: Jimi: All Is by My Side

LAFF 2014: Jimi: All Is by My Side

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John Ridley, the man who took on the heavy task of adapting Solomon Northup’s memoir Twelve Years a Slave into the Oscar-winning script that mesmerized us all this past year, has taken on true-life once again...

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Trailer for Sundance Horror ‘The Babadook’ Will Freak You Out

It’s getting close to October, so that means the onslaught of horror films is about to begin. There will be plenty of scary movies to keep an eye out for in the coming weeks, but there’s one we’re quite excited to see. Jennifer Kent‘s debut... PLAY VIDEO

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The Underdog: September 2014

The Underdog: September 2014

Now that fall is finally here, the big name releases keep coming in even larger amounts. The third edition of The Underdog, then, feels more important than ever: a lot of good new stuff that came out this month got overlooked and remains in the shadow of, say, Aphex Twin or Interpol. For the listener...

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