KB Burke

Fabienne is a star of French cinema. She reigns amongst men who love and admire her. When she publishes her memoirs, her daughter Lumir returns from New York to Paris with her husband and young child. The reunion between mother and daughter will quickly turn to confrontation: truths will be told, accounts settled, loves and resentments confessed.

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Using interviews and rare archival footage, JOHN LEWIS: GOOD TROUBLE chronicles Lewis’ 60-plus years of social activism and legislative action on civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health-care reform and immigration.

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Two bank robbers & their hostage retreat into a motel. When their boss doesn’t show up, they must battle through their deteriorating mental state and find a way out before they turn on each other.

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While the fictional parodies of themselves have given me a few chuckles, along with plenty to see and salivate over, it is time to say goodbye—a theme that is very apparent throughout this movie.

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The Dalai Lama tells the unknown story, in his own words, of his lifelong journey into the world of science and technology, and how the world has changed as a result. With extensive, rare, and never before seen footage, this film tells the very human story of the Dalai Lama that no one knows.

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A series of mistakes leads to a deadly collision between two criminals and a drug kingpin in Clark Duke’s directorial debut ‘Arkansas.’

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In the end, nothing is truly gained from watching this. I don’t see the point in timing this around the unofficial marijuana “holiday” of 4/20. This was more of a bad trip than anything else.

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In these unprecedented times, Amazon Prime’s ‘Selah and the Spades’ is a breath of fresh air we all need.

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This is a great film for the Fantastic Fest audience and those who love twisted humor.

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Director Benh Zietlin follows up ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’ with a re-telling of the Peter Pan fable, from Wendy’s POV.

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‘The Banker’ centers on two Black businessmen (Anthony Mackie and Samuel L. Jackson) in the 1950s as they attempt to build a real estate empire in Los Angeles.

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Despite the name, this science fiction horror film shares very little with the 1933 classic. Nevertheless, it is a must-see.

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The acting is engaging, but the ensemble drama ‘Three Christs’ is let down by a dull script.

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‘The Madness Within’ is a sex-and-drug fueled bore and seems like a total vanity project from writer-director-actor Hunter G. Williams.

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The true story of Lakshmibai, the historic Queen of Jhansi who fiercely led her army against the British East India Company in the infamous mutiny of 1857

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