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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME Review

Joy is in short supply these days, and I wish everyone finds something that gives them as much joy as Call Me By Your Name gave me.

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DARKEST HOUR Review

When you already have the heartwarming Their Finest and the compelling Dunkirk to come out this year, this by-the-numbers World War 2 movie simply feels inadequate for our times.

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THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER Review

It is not an exaggeration to call the film entrancing, drawing you into each scene with perfect filmmaking and perfectly surreal acting to force you through two hours of dread.

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GEOSTORM And The Beautiful Mess of Disaster Films

The critics at the Cahiers Du Cinema had a practice in the first decades of the magazine to let admirers of a given director review that director’s films. The thought was to give those with the best chance of seeing a film’s

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THE MEYEROWITZ STORIES Review

Baumbach’s recent output has all been distinctly happier than his first few films, but the underlying personal crises seem more devastating.

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Tiff 2017: MY DAYS OF MERCY Review

A romantic drama about the death penalty is a hard concept to pull off, but the film handles the dual conflict of Lucy’s relationship with her father and her relationship with Mercy with a lot of grace.

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Tiff 2017: MOLLY’S GAME Review

I honestly don’t know if he could have made a film that was more Sorkineque without fleecing the cast of his old shows and having a cameo from Mark Zuckerberg and the Winkelvii.

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Tiff 2017: KISSING CANDICE Review

Irish Director Aoife McArdle's debut feature film, Kissing Candice, features a bored girl living in Ireland who is dreaming of a more exciting life with an exciting man away from her awful town.