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Taylor Sheridan

How ‘Eighth Grade’ Demolishes PC Limitations
1 year ago

How ‘Eighth Grade’ Demolishes PC Limitations

To social justice warriors, “Eighth Grade” has no right being as great as most critics claim.

The latest wisdom from our politically correct betters says artists shouldn’t tell stories outside …
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‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ – No Wall, Big Problems
1 year ago

‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ – No Wall, Big Problems

The sequel to the critically adored “Sicario” opens with a jaw-dropping reveal.

The on-screen violence is partly to blame. The rest? We’re not used to seeing this side of the …
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5 Actors You Didn’t Know Moonlight as Writers
3 years ago

5 Actors You Didn’t Know Moonlight as Writers

Instead, they crack open a laptop and start pulling double duty.

The gold standard for actors writing their own material remains Sylvester Stallone. When the man was broke and living in a …
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‘Hell or High Water’ Soars Between Lectures
3 years ago

‘Hell or High Water’ Soars Between Lectures

Some movies have that authenticity, the ability to transport us to a place as well as any thick paperback novel could.

“Hell or High Water” does just that.

This isn’t …
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How Gil Birmingham Captures True Native Life
3 years ago

How Gil Birmingham Captures True Native Life

The two got along famously on set. They swapped stories and played guitars in between takes.

“We had very similar spiritual and philosophical views,” says Birmingham, an accomplished musician.

On …
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