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Dispatch: Sundance Film Festival Shines in Sharp Comedies, Biographical Documentaries and an Irish Rap Trio

As our Sundance Film Festival coverage draws to a close, our critics reflect on the films that left the best impressions, from a touching documentary about the original Superman to […]

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Review: Stunning Locations and Beautiful People Aside, Anyone But You Is a Rom-Com Without Much of Either

The characters in the new romantic-comedy Anyone But You spend a great deal of time walking away from each other when their feelings get hurt rather than sticking around and […]

Steve Prokopy /
Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Devotion Explores a Real-Life Fighter Pilot Friendship with Patience, Humility and Heart

Still very much in the shadow of another, far flashier film about Naval aviators, Devotion takes a lower-key approach than Top Gun: Maverick and focuses on both history and friendship. […]

Steve Prokopy /
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Review: Top Gun: Maverick Features Impressive Flight Scenes But More Nostalgia Than Novelty

I recently had a wise person tell me that nostalgia is for those who are afraid to face the present, and I tend to agree with that. By that token, […]

Steve Prokopy /
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Review: Nostalgia, Ambition and Outer Space Loom Large in Richard Linklater’s Endearing Apollo 10½

Using the same animation style (and lead animator Tommy Pallotta) he used in Waking Life and A Scanner Darkly, writer/director Richard Linklater brings us the more personal tale of his […]

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