REVIEW: ‘Apples’ (2020) a Wonderfully Absurdist Take on Human Existence

While it was ultimately not nominated for the 93rd Academy Awards, Apples is a film that’ll linger in your memory, even long after you’ve forgotten its name.

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REVIEW: ‘White Lie’ (2019) is Absolutely Enthralling in the Emotions it Provokes

White Lie is an unremitting descent into madness and the spiralling, full-body panic of a lie gone terribly wrong. The film’s directors, Yonah Lewis and Calvin Thomas, have masterfully crafted a thriller in the body of a drama about a university student faking a cancer diagnosis.

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REVIEW: ‘The Old Guard’ (2020) is a Much Needed Update to Superheroes

Out with the old, in with the new. The Old Guard is a wonderfully refreshing update to the superhero genre.

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REVIEW: ‘The Sharks’ Is a Subtle yet Hypnotic Coming of Age Film

Lucía Garibaldi subtly and artfully weaves together the hypnotic threads of the casual cruelty of youth and identity in her first feature film, The Sharks.

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INTERVIEW: Brett James Talks Nashville, Songwriting, and the Release of ‘It All Begins With A Song’

It All Begins With A Song is a feature length documentary that offers a fascinating look into the world of professional songwriters and their successes, failures, processes, and inspirations.

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REVIEW: ‘It All Begins With a Song’ Reveals the Force That Is the Nashville Songwriter

The country music documentary It All Begins With A Song parts the curtains of the music industry to reveal the tour de force that is the Nashville songwriter.

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The Way Forward is Through the Star Wars Animated Series

Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Rebels, and Resistance each uniquely and artfully weave together the heartwarming, humorful, tragic, and mythological. These series so fully embody exactly what it means to be a part of the Star Wars universe.

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REVIEW: ‘Softness of Bodies’ Falls Short of Its Potential

If you were looking for a multi-dimensional manic pixie dream girl, which perhaps is a bit of an oxymoron in of itself, then you should look further, as she is not present in Softness of Bodies.

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REVIEW: Netflix Adaptation of ‘The Witcher’ is Full of Heart and Soul

The Witcher is an endearing and entertaining exploration of the fantasy genre that will remain in the hearts and minds of its audience.

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REVIEW: ‘His Dark Materials’ and the Importance of the Youth as Agents of Change

His Dark Materials is a fun and worthwhile watch for its fascinating world building, compelling acting and relevant thematic concepts.

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