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The Second Mother – Review

In a perfect mix of pathos and comedy, The Second Mother brings light to something key to society: class divide. Regina Casé is a joy to watch as Val, who fosters the unshakable belief that she is a...

Comet – Review

Justin Long is normally pretty likeable; he’s got that engaging voice and an endearingly rubber face. Unfortunately the first thirty minutes of Comet call for it to be rearranged. What sounds like a...

Results – Review

Director Andrew Bujalski gets away from the pointless, meandering angst of his usual 20-something subjects, and moves right on with Results to those 40-somethings that kind of have it figured out, but not...

War Book – LFF Review

You face a decision. You will kill millions. Or, you will watch the world burn around you. Sick to your guts you feel the cold dread of a desperately uncertain future. It’s time to decide. The premise...

Listen Up Philip – LFF Review

Philip (Schwartzman) is the man you'll love to hate. Ike (Pryce) is the man he could become. They are both tortured, selfish literary geniuses and Moss, Ritter and de La Baume are the women who suffer for...

Afternoon Delight – Review

Though expecting to hate the tale of beauty and the button-down, it turns out writer-director Jill Soloway has actually created a frequently amusing slice of mumblecore realism. Finally Kathryn Hahn has...