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Yes, God, Yes

remember an elementary school teacher–we’ll keep her nameless–who was alarmed to see me practicing numbers…

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Palm Springs (2020)

 Somehow, by some strange miracle, the resulting film tastes like something wholly original and real damn delicious.

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First Cow (2020)

irst Cow plays like a strange study in contrasts.  It’s unassumingly quiet, and yet audaciously ambitious…

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Relic (2020)

Relic is a rarity in the horror genre.  It depicts real people who say and do things for human reasons.

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The Incredible Story of Haing S. Ngor

t was March 25th, 1985, and the 57th Academy Awards were in full swing.  As…

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A Losing Cause: Confederate Statues

The Confederacy was a loser. It was a failed entity, run by losers

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Greyhound (2020)

Greyhound represents a successful attempt to boil away unneeded ingredients and reduce the experience of war down to its essence.

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Artemis Fowl (2020)

It was like watching Wile E. Coyote climb into one of his homemade catapults, where feelings of disaster and dread are just part of the experience.

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Escape Room (2019)

As long as you can just power off your brain, relax, and surrender to this film’s powerful sense of goofiness, you might find yourself in a junk food coma, as well.

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Gettysburg (1993)

No movie could truly capture the Shakespearean scope of those few days, but Gettysburg does much to bottle the mind-boggling fury for public consumption.

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