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Wednesday, Sep. 13, 2017
Review: Director Darren Aronofsky's Audacious "mother!"
Women give, men take and the Old Testament crashes into modern anxiety in director Darren Aronofsky's "mother! " It is an audacious, bold and fascinating fever dream of a film. It's allegory for, well, everything (the environment, marriage, art, spirituality, you name it!), that will challenge,...
Wednesday, Sep. 13, 2017
Review: New Action Hero Unveiled in "American Assassin"
Mitch Rapp is an action hero in the vein of Jack Ryan or John McClane: an impossibly tough and determined everyday guy out to save the world. Dylan O'Brien brings a youthful freshness to that archetype in "American Assassin," his first leading-man role and the first big-screen adaptation of Vince...
Wednesday, Sep. 6, 2017
Review: Director Andy Muschietti's "It"
Here's the good news: Pennywise is as creepy as ever in the new "It ." Thanks to a bigger budget and some improved special effects some 27 years later he really gets the chance to spook the kids of Derry, Maine. Bill Skarsgard (Son of Stellan, brother of Alexander) has infused Stephen King's killer...
Monday, Aug. 28, 2017
Review: Writer/Director Eliza Hittman's "Beach Rats"
Is there anything lonelier than a secret? Frankie has a big one — he's attracted to men — and he can't seem to reconcile it with his own life. Writer and director Eliza Hittman's "Beach Rats " follows this conflicted Coney Island teenager around one summer, both languid and fraught, as he quietly...
Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017
Review: Director Adam Wingard's "Death Note" For Netflix
When "Death Note" begins, we learn that Seattle teenager Light Turner has a crush on a cheerleader at his high school. So when these two would-be lovebirds finally talk for the first time and really open up to each other, Turner has to be honest: "It's going to sound a little crazy," he tells her...
Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017
Review: Writer-Director Matt Ruskin's "Crown Heights" 
Matt Ruskin's "Crown Heights" takes its name from the Brooklyn neighborhood, but its story is both more pointedly individual and more broadly national than that suggests. It's a sober recounting of a case of wrongful conviction. Colin Warner (Lakeith Stanfield) is a Trinidad-born 18-year-old from...
Friday, Aug. 18, 2017
Flashback for August 2017
The industry is shocked and mourning the death of director Tony Scott, 68, whose filmography includes Top Gun, Days of Thunder, Man on Fire, Deja Vu, Crimson Tide and Unstoppable. He also is known as a founding father of production companies RSA and Scott Free...Tribal DDB New York has hired Jason...
Friday, Aug. 18, 2017
Visual Effects and Animation Developments for August 2017
Managing director Rani Melendez and exec creative director Phil Crowe of The Mill have spearheaded an influx of new hires to the Mill+ roster in L.A. Coming aboard Mill+ are creative directors Bowe King and Evan Parsons, and executive producer Ben Leiser. Additionally, Mill+ head of production...
Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017
Review: Director Patrick Hughes' "The Hitman's Bodyguard"
There's not a whole lot that's new about "The Hitman's Bodyguard ." Its mismatched-pals premise is the stuff of classic buddy comedies. Stars Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson play their typical character types: Reynolds the handsome do-gooder; Jackson the unflappable badass whose favorite word...
Friday, Aug. 18, 2017
Cinematographers and Cameras: DPs Reflect On Their Collaborations and Collaborators
One DP has an ASC Award, a Camerimage Golden Frog and an Oscar nomination on the strength of his collaborations with a noted filmmaker. Another cinematographer has enjoyed working relationships with directors that have resulted in three Film Independent Spirit Best Cinematography Award nominations...

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