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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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Dispatch: Day One at an All Virtual (Again) Sundance Film Festival

When You Finish Saving the World

With the Omicron variant of COVID-19 raging across the country, the organizers at this year’s Sundance Film Festival made the agonizing but important decision to cancel the in-person portion of […]

Third Coast Review Staff /
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Review: A Dystopian Trip to Adulthood in Weirdly Unnerving Vivarium

vivarium

While I’ve never been a fan of weird for weirdness’s sake, I do tend to enjoy it when there’s a touch of mischief—or even a dark streak—running through it. In […]

Steve Prokopy /
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Review: A Story of Resilience, Resistance Misses the Humanity of Actual Events

Resistance

Depending on how you look at it, this is either a very good or very bad week to be Jesse Eisenberg. He has not one, but two new movies being […]

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Review: Zombieland Sequel Reunites Original Cast, Finds Laughs Along the Way

Zombieland Double Tap

I’m not a big fan of the lazy question “Who asked for this sequel?” If the sequel in question is, you know, good, then I guess the answer to that […]

Steve Prokopy /
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Review: Absurd, Intense The Art of Self-Defense Skewers Toxic Masculinity

Art of Self-Defense

Jesse Eisenberg has made a name for himself playing tightly wound, neurotic types, from future media moguls (as Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network) to unsuspecting zombie fighters (as Columbus in Zombieland […]

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Review: Time is of the Essence in Fast-Paced The Hummingbird Project

The Hummingbird Project

The last year or so has been a hell of a time for actor Alexander Skarsgård, who seems to average a movie every other month, including the Netflix original Hold […]

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