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Review: John Carney Makes Beautiful Music (Again) with Flora and Son

Filmmaker John Carney has a niche. Since breaking out with 2007’s bittersweet, music-driven Once (an adaptation of which went on to become a massive Tony-winning success on Broadway), the Irishman […]

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Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Contradictions, Obsessions and Ethan Hawke’s Commitment to Character Illuminate Tesla


Shortly after the thud made by last year’s long-delayed The Current War, we get a much stronger and more nuanced take on turn-of-the-century inventors. But instead of narrowing the focus […]

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