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Plastic Blocks Go Meta

Conventional wisdom espoused by film fans is that a sequel is never as good as the original. This rule has been challenged in recent years by several films, although the nature of filmmaking has changed quite a bit from when this rule was ...

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A lot has been written over the years about one of the most recognizable film stars of all time, Audrey Hepburn. And deservedly so, as Hepburn was a rare combination of talent, beauty, perseverance, grace, and charity. Read more

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The announcement of the (maybe) presidential candidacy for Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz in the past few weeks hasn’t garnered the response he’d likely hoped. For most, it’s one of indifference. He claims that both the left and the right have ... Read more


With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, this weekend offers two very different cinematic takes on love and music. This Saturday at 12:55 p.m., The Met: Live in HD comes to East Ridge 18 and Hamilton Place 8 with the classic opera, Carmen. Read more

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It’s time again for the Academy Awards, the yearly glorified trade show of the film industry where rich people give other rich people awards for arguable contributions to film as an art form. It gives studios a chance to re-release films to ... Read more


Sometimes, anime strips a story down to its emotional and narrative bones, and does it beautifully. A Silent Voice is one such film, a moving bildungsroman that uses vivid characters and beautiful animation to showcase the struggles of adolescence. Read more

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