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Sonic the Hedgehog Franchise Moves to Streaming with Entertaining Knuckles
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After two “Sonic the Hedgehog” movies that involved Hollywood court ordering the blue blur to do the same mundane story as every popular property does by shipping him to Earth and spewing pop culture references as the basis of humor,...
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2024 Cannes Film Festival: Rúnar Rúnarsson, Céline Sallette, Jessica Palud & Emanuel Parvu in Final Add-Ons
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Today we’ve got a baker’s dozen thirteen added to the Cannes 2024 edition. We learned beforehand that Mohammad Rasoulof and Michel Hazanavicius we competition entries and one more title trickled in from Romanian actor/director Emanuel Parvu and his Trois kilomètres...
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MUBI’s May 2024 Lineup Features Radu Jude, Bertrand Bonello, Lee Chang-dong & More
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MUBI’s May 2024 (streaming) lineup embraces their latest (theatrical) coup with a Radu Jude program. In addition to Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World arriving May 3, the Romanian director is highlighted with a six-film...
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2024 Cannes Film Festival: Hazanavicius’ “The Most Precious of Cargoes” & Rasoulof’s “The Seed of the Sacred Fig” in Comp
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Are we capping off the Palme d’Or competition at twenty-one? This might be the case as we learned this morning (looks like Variety has red phone direct access to Thierry Frémaux) that the anticipated (we briefly discussed it in our...
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Sound And Vision: Luca Guadagnino
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In the article series Sound and Vision we take a look at music videos from notable directors. This week we take a look at several music videos by Luca Guadagnino. Luca Guadagnino's films are vibrant and lush, pulsating with life...
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San Francisco Silent Film Festival Highlights Unearthed Treasures of Film History
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For the past twenty-seven years the San Francisco Silent Film Festival has unearthed treasures from the silent film era and presented them with context and curation for audiences of the City by the Bay. Over the decades the festival has...
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Humane Review: A Modest Proposal
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Tension becomes Caitlin Cronenberg’s film. The release of it, not so much. The post <em>Humane</em> Review: A Modest Proposal appeared first on Slant Magazine.
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Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver Review: Zack Snyder’s Ho-Hum Seven Samurai in Space
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Snyder’s space epic plays more to his strengths, but it can’t rise above his weaknesses. The post <em>Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver</em> Review: Zack Snyder’s Ho-Hum <em>Seven Samurai</em> in Space appeared first on Slant Magazine.
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Art College 1994 Review: Liu Jian’s Animated Idyll of Youth in Repose, and Revolt
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The contrast of stasis and flux, of the sublime and the quotidian, characterizes Liu’s latest. The post <em>Art College 1994</em> Review: Liu Jian’s Animated Idyll of Youth in Repose, and Revolt appeared first on Slant Magazine.
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Infested Review: A Sturdy Creature Feature That Undervalues Its Human Characters
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The film is less interested in its human specimens and more in slotting in genre trappings. The post <em>Infested</em> Review: A Sturdy Creature Feature That Undervalues Its Human Characters appeared first on Slant Magazine.
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