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'Into the Forest' is beautiful but inert.
After an episode that was nothing if not a manic high, the third episode of Vice Principals is a bit of a lull.
The 1947 pitch black film Born to Kill is an introductory class to being a horrible person.
Clay Tweel's documentary 'Gleason' will inspire and provide perspective for even the grumpiest, down-trodden audience member with a masterfully assembled picture of endurance and love.
Zach Clark’s sweet, melancholy comedy Little Sister has an honest humanity that other quirk-filled indies can’t even touch.
Composer Jay Wadley provides a mournful yet elegant backdrop to the cinematic adaptation of Philip Roth's 'Indignation'
Why some of the editing of 'Stranger Things' does a disservice to Winona Ryder's performance.
Netflix's 'Last Chance U' shows the academic and athletic struggles of college football players.
Philly: come see a free advance screening of 'Suicide Squad'
We Are the Flesh is either the most brilliant or the most self-indulgent movie of 2016. Or maybe it's both.
Mike Birbiglia, Keegan-Michael Key & Kate Micucci discuss their new comedy 'Don't Think Twice'