REVIEW: ‘Horse Girl’ (2020) Leaves Behind a Craving for More

Horse Girl had a lot of potential, but ended up feeling like a strong concept and creative visuals strung together without deeper meaning. The ambiguous ending leaves behind a craving for something more.

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REVIEW: 'To All the Boys I Loved Before: P.S I Still Love You' (2020) Shows How Rom-Coms Can Save The World

To many, romantic comedies are reduced to a string of endless cliches. How can someone fall in love so fast? How can they all reconcile after such bitter conflict in the second act? Why is there always a party in a large house that absolutely no one but an upper-middle class family can own?

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REVIEW: ‘The Staggering Girl’ (2020) Flaunts A Stunning Fashion-Consciousness

Boasting a stunning cast who adorne meticulously crafted garments, The Staggering Girl is director Luca Guadagnino’s venture into fashion collaboration.

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SUNDANCE REVIEW: Who Wants to be a 'Kajillionaire' (2020)

“It’s about what it means to be a human coexisting with other humans, and how that could all be over in a second.” Fresh off the announcement that her breakout indie feature film Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005) will join the Criterion Collection in April 2020, as well as the launch of…

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REVIEW: ‘Plus One’ Elevates Its Predictable Plot With A Sharp & Sincere Script

Plus One effortlessly captures the seemingly incessant feed of engagements, weddings, baby scans and house-buying announcements that we’re increasingly exposed to as we get older.

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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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SUNDANCE REVIEW: 'Zola' (2020) Proves the Power of Sex Workers Telling Their Own Stories

Do you remember where you were when Zola- also known as A’Ziah King- dropped her Twitter thread and instantly became the most iconic viral “story time” sensation ever? It was the definition of a cultural reset.

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REVIEW: ‘Party of Five’ is an Endearing and Necessary Immigrant Story

‘Party of Five’ demonstrates what minorities have always known: that there is no way to separate the political and the personal.

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REVIEW: ‘Birds of Prey’ (2020) is a Powerhouse of Women Telling Their Own Stories.

Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) punches hard. Fists of pent up frustration fly with no regret as she takes on Black Mask (Ewan McGregor) and his Gotham goons.

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REVIEW: ‘BoJack Horseman’ (2020) Says Goodbye To One of the Greatest Ever TV Shows Ever Produced

With BoJack Horseman; after five and a half seasons of hilarious visual gags, sharp Hollywood satire and emotional gut punches, we get eight incredibly written episodes that encapsulate the series as a whole, capped off with a perfect final shot that hammers home the show’s message through a stunning frame that will be remembered for years to come.

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