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‘South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut’ Must Be Seen Again Today
15 hours ago

‘South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut’ Must Be Seen Again Today

One of my least favorite movie review cliches is to say something is “more relevant now.”

Was it not relevant at all when it was first released? Usually it indicates …
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‘Honeyland’ Perfectly Captures Struggle Between Past, Present
3 days ago

‘Honeyland’ Perfectly Captures Struggle Between Past, Present

Can I persuade you to watch a movie about beekeeping in Macedonia?

I know, it sounds more like an SCTV parody of PBS programming than an actual movie, but “Honeyland” …
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Why This Ex-Tour Guide Shared Her ‘Capitol Dream’
1 week ago

Why This Ex-Tour Guide Shared Her ‘Capitol Dream’

Five years ago, I served as a congressional intern in Washington, DC and on Capitol Hill for a Member of the United States Congress.

No reason other than my interest …
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Critic Confessions: The Time Cher Got Booed By Bikers
1 week ago

Critic Confessions: The Time Cher Got Booed By Bikers

Nineteen years ago I rode to Sturgis with my best chum Tom Delaney.

We began in Yankton where Tom loaned me a Road King. As we headed west we joined …
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Classic Horror Should Be Seen on the Big Screen
2 weeks ago

Classic Horror Should Be Seen on the Big Screen

Cineplex Odeon once played a pair of Universal horror staples, Tod Browning’s “Dracula” and James Whale’s “Frankenstein,” as part of its Classic Film Series.

While I can watch Whale’s film …
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How Hollywood Bias Permanently Changed One Film Site
3 weeks ago

How Hollywood Bias Permanently Changed One Film Site

I’ve been an avid movie watcher for 20 years.

By 2015 I was seeing, on average, three films a week at the theater alone. By mid-2016, I got the idea, …
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‘Gwen’ Offers Slow Burn Scares with a Sly Surprise
3 months ago

‘Gwen’ Offers Slow Burn Scares with a Sly Surprise

In “Gwen,” first-time director William McGregor’s turns the scenic countryside of North Wales into something unsettling in its lush desolation.

An omnipresent fog encloses the land around the film’s eponymous …
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Here’s What’s Really Offensive About ‘Loqueesha’
4 months ago

Here’s What’s Really Offensive About ‘Loqueesha’

Jeremy Saville’s “Loqueesha,” a movie about a white man who finds success pretending to be a black woman on the radio, is a dreadful film.

It’s not because of the …
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Culture War Vol. 3: Andrew Breitbart’s Legacy Must Endure
5 months ago

Culture War Vol. 3: Andrew Breitbart’s Legacy Must Endure

In Part One of this series, I brought up a question few are asking: what are the victory conditions of the Culture War? 

Part Two addressed some effective tactics for …
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‘Being Frank’ Takes Huge Risks … and Belly Flops
5 months ago

‘Being Frank’ Takes Huge Risks … and Belly Flops

Jim Gaffigan’s “Being Frank” is a dramedy that’s hard to forget, for all the wrong reasons.

It’s impossible to convey how horribly both the writer and director fouled up the …
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