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 Review :: Mario

Review :: Mario

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 21
When two young footballers fall in love they are faced with the difficult choice of either being with each other or having a career. In this small Swiss town, having both is not a option.

 Review :: Tucked

Review :: Tucked

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 21
This is a charming unlikely tale between a veteran drag queen and the young protege she takes under her wing.

 Review :: Man Made

Review :: Man Made

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 21
T Cooper's new documentary follows four trans men as they prepare to participate in the U.S.'s only bodybuilding competition for the trans community.

 Review :: The Marriage

Review :: The Marriage

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 21
A rare LGBT movie from Kosova that tells of a beautiful but impossible love story in a country still torn apart by strife.

Q&A: Jonah Hill on Toxic Masculinity and Skateboarding

Q&A: Jonah Hill on Toxic Masculinity and Skateboarding

By Lindsey Bahr | Oct 20
It took Hill three years to write "Mid90s" which is now playing in limited release before it expands nationwide.

'Fantastic Beasts' Star Ezra Miller Talks About Dumbledore's Homosexuality in New Movie

'Fantastic Beasts' Star Ezra Miller Talks About Dumbledore's Homosexuality in New Movie

Oct 19
After much back-and-forth, actor Ezra Miller is commenting on the sexuality of the Harry Potter Dumbledore in the upcoming "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald" film.

 Review :: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Review :: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

By Kevin Taft | Oct 19
Boosted by an Oscar-worthy performance by Melissa McCarthy, this intriguing look at author Lee Israel and her unusual illegal activities are fascinating and heartbreaking in equal measure.

 Review :: The Guilty

Review :: The Guilty

By Christopher Ehlers | Oct 19
"The Guilty" unfolds with pit-of-your-stomach suspense from which there is little relief.

 Review :: The Man In The Iron Mask

Review :: The Man In The Iron Mask

By Michael Cox | Oct 19
This deliciously over the top period drama, based on Alexandre Dumas' musketeer romances, resembles some of the great mid-20th Century cinemascope epics — both the box office successes, like "Ben-Hur" and the disasters, like "Cleopatra."

 Review :: The Lost Village

Review :: The Lost Village

By Louise Adams | Oct 19
Roger Paradiso's documentary focuses on the grotesque gentrification perpetrated by New York University, and the hyperinflation of college educations as a whole.

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