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‘Promising Young Woman’ is an exploration of sexual assault and accountability in a post-#MeToo era aware of the present yet largely foggy on the past.


A micro-exploration of a family’s disintegration, Paul Dano’s ‘Wildlife’ is a study in love, regret, and the all-too-rapid advance from adolescence into adulthood. It also gets the dreaded Swiss Fist rating: complete neutrality.


Joel and Ethan Coen return with their latest film Inside Llewyn Davis, which follows Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac), a brilliant folk musician, but miserable human who is struggling to live off of his music in New York in 1961.


With his film version of The Great Gatsby, Baz Lurhmann creates a glittery and overstuffed adaptation that has all of the facts of the book right, while missing the skepticism and queries posed by it’s narrator and author.


The latest from director Baz Luhrmann takes a much deserved beating this week.


Out on DVD and Blu-ray this week is ‘Drive,’ one of the best and most surprising movies of 2011, and ‘To Kill A Mockingbird,’ digitally remastered and fully restored from its original 35mm film in a 50th Anniversary presentation.

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‘Shame’, director Steve McQueen’s sophomore feature, tells the story of Brandon, a New York advertising exec and sex addict, whose wayward sister, Sissy, threatens to destroy his world’s delicate balance.


Movie Review: Drive

by Trey Hock on September 16, 2011

in Print Reviews

“Drive” is probably gonna piss off a lot of casual movie-goers.