‘Obvious Child’ Review
September 11, 2014

‘Obvious Child’ Review »

'Obvious Child' is a fresh indie rom-com within a genre that has been swamped by manic pixie dream girls and overly done conventions without becoming too wrapped up in the hotbutton issues.

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Recap: ‘The Knick’ S1E4 “Where’s the Dignity”
September 7, 2014

Recap: ‘The Knick’ S1E4 “Where’s the Dignity” »

The drama is further unfolding in 'The Knick', and our characters are faced with questions not only of dignity, but of societal evolution and their values' place in it.

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‘They Came Together’ Review
September 5, 2014

‘They Came Together’ Review »

Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler attempt a parody on the rom-com genre, but it's clearly not their genre.

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  • ‘Obvious Child’ Review
    'Obvious Child' is a fresh indie rom-com within a genre that has been swamped by manic pixie dream girls and overly done conventions without becoming too wrapped up in the hotbutton issues.
    11 September
  • ‘They Came Together’ Review
    Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler attempt a parody on the rom-com genre, but it's clearly not their genre.
    05 September
  • ‘To Be Takei’ Review
    An intimate look at the one, the only, George Takei and his influence throughout the years.
    03 September
  • ‘Two Days, One Night’ (‘Deux jours, une nuit’) Review
    Belgian filmmaking duo the Dardenne brothers create a film that celebrates Marion Cotillard in all her glory, but little else.
    29 August
  • ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’ Review
    Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" is a dated sequel that should have been released sooner.
    26 August
  • ‘Lucy’ Review
    Luc Besson's sci-fi action film is a simple fun ride, even with the underlying theme feigning importance.
    23 August