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Paul Wunderlich isn't satisfied learning about history from textbooks. [Read More]
Chris Knight: By the time I got out, I thought I might have missed the next instalment, even though it doesn't open until next summer... [Read More]
Chris Knight: About two-thirds of the way through this dinner, I found myself worried that the film wouldn't let loose, or allow itself to surprise... [Read More]
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Chris Knight: It's all kept pretty light, which is quite a feat when the death-of-a-male-stripper is the central plot point... [Read More]
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Chris Knight: One of the consistent wonders of Pixar movies is how they're able to connect with kids and grownups alike. Unfortunately, nowhere is it... [Read More]
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The weekend is shaping up to be a great time to spend with friends and family. [Read More]
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Chris Knight: The Mummy is more coherent than Suicide Squad, less grim than Batman v Superman, and easily 16 times better than Fantastic Four... [Read More]
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Chris Knight: It's just enough entertainment to hold our attention. You may even wonder where those two-plus hours have gone... [Read More]
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Swedish director Ruben Östlund won the 2017 Palme d'Or for his film The Square at the 70th edition of the Cannes film festival on Sunday... [Read More]
Chris Knight: Do scattered boos from an audience signal a death knell, or just a few cranks? Will a film's political message or artistic chops... [Read More]
The Meyerowitz Stories also features some amateur musical numbers, reminiscent of Sandler's occasional forays into satiric songwriting on SNL... [Read More]
The debate over the future of Manheim Township Middle School is far from over. [Read More]
CARNE Y ARENA by Mexican director Alejandro Iñárritu — literally Meat & Sand, though its English title is Virtually Present, Physically Invisible... [Read More]
Chris Knight: The fight scenes are nothing special, but Chuck Wepner's story is more about what happened outside the ring... [Read More]
Chris Knight attends the press conference for Todd Haynes' new film Wonderstruck at the Cannes film festival. [Read More]
Chris Knight: I couldn't help but think, in the days following the screening, that I'd sort of seen 70 per cent of this before... [Read More]
'It should not be part of your everyday setting. You must feel small and humble in front of the image that is here to capture... [Read More]
Cannes this year is weathering changes the likes of which its founders could scarcely have imagined. The biggest culprit? Video streaming... [Read More]
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