REVIEW: Mae Martin’s ‘Sap’ (2023) Offers a Sliver of Hope in a Disastrous World

With ‘Sap,’ Canadian comedian Mae Martin makes their hour-long comedy special debut feel less like a grand spectacle and more like spending 70 minutes with a friend—in the best way possible.

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REVIEW: ‘The Civil Dead’ (2022) Gives the Ghost Story New Life

In ‘The Civil Dead’—a beautiful feature debut by childhood friends Clay Tatum and Whitmer Thomas—a misanthropic photographer and humanlike ghost find themselves in increasingly baffling situations.

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Nicolas Winding Refn’s ‘Copenhagen Cowboy’ (2023) Is a Compelling and Seductive Experience Out of the Ordinary

The latest creation from the Danish auteur proves to be both a compelling and seductive experience for all senses.

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REVIEW: ‘Therapy Dogs’ (2022) Is Unlike Anything Else With Its Compilation of Teenage Aimlessness and No-Brakes Rebellion

Rough around the edges yet wholeheartedly unique, ‘Therapy Dogs’ is a testament to adolescence that toys between the real and fake—ultimately ending up somewhere in the middle.

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Oscars 2023 Predictions — Rebecca

Staff writer Rebecca Rosén goes through her Oscars 2023 predictions, including frontrunners and potential surprises within the categories Best Animated Feature Film, Best Cinematography, Best Documentary Feature, Best International Feature Film, and more.

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Fall Into the Mysterious Abyss of ‘1899’ and Its Pioneering Commitment to Linguistic Diversity

‘1899’ introduces several theories during its runtime, with some of its details and clues even hiding in plain sight for viewers to discover. This article will predominantly discuss and focus on the importance of linguistic diversity and how it works on multiple levels within the series.

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REVIEW: Delightfully Vibrant With Irresistible Acting, ‘The Lying Life of Adults’ (2023) Beautifully Explores Adolescence in 1990s Naples

Undeniably captivating and passionate, ‘The Lying Life of Adults’ bursts with vibrancy in its portrayal of adolescence, familial relationships, and a divided Naples.

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The Best Comedy Specials of 2022

Even if one can’t heal the world with comedy, one certainly can try. From the radically intimate and laidback to the extravagantly oversized, this article lists twelve of the best comedy specials released in 2022 that undoubtedly try to provide some comfort through the darkness.

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An Ageless Portrayal of Time Lost, ‘I Vitelloni’ (1953) Captures Ennui That Feels All Too Familiar

Federico Fellini’s second outing as a solo director follows five men as they dream of different lives whilst drifting lazily through an Italian seaside town. Successfully capturing the equally profound aimlessness and longing within its protagonists, ‘I Vitelloni’ poignantly depicts both characters and places that feel familiar.

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