The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) (NYFF)

Adam Sandler and Ben Stiller may be best known for their outlandish humor, but in The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), writer/director Noah Baumbach casts them in more realistic and affecting roles than usual. In doing so, he crafts a film that is perhaps both comedy icons’ funniest movie in years...
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The Florida Project (NYFF Review)

The Florida Project – New York Film Festival Review “Celebrate good times, come on!” The opening credits of Sean Baker’s The Florida Project are set to “Celebration” by Kool and the Gang. A fitting choice – not, as one might think, because The Florida Project unfolds on the outskirts of Walt Disney Worl...
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American Made

It’s Not a Felony if Tom Cruise is the Lead. American Made reunites Director Doug Liman and International Star Tom Cruise in a scandalous, government affair highlighted by innovative and quirky filmmaking that captures the essence of the Reaganomics Era. While the narrative and overall pacing is excepti...
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Simran (Review)

Simran Review By Inakshi Chandra-Mohanty There is a moment in Simran when Praful Patel (Kangana Ranaut) researches how to rob banks on the internet. In one of the videos, a man states that robbing a bank is easy as making a cup of coffee. Though completely ridiculous, this scene made me burst into laugh...
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mother! Review

Mother! by: Anthony Zangrillo Heralded by some as “the worst movie of the century,” Darren Aronofsky’s latest film is a polarizing shock to the end of the summer movie season. Headlined by major stars, the film’s hidden artistic allegories obfuscate the surface level story in intriguing fash...
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The Shape of Water Review

Guillermo del Toro defies expectations in a heartwarmingly strange film that showcases the masterful director’s inner imagination. While some of the narrative remains a cliche that borrows heavily from prior movies, the film is ultimately a celebration of cinema (which makes its premiere at the 74...
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It (2017) Review

It’s impossible to watch the latest adaptation of Stephen King’s IT without comparisons of the 1990 miniseries immediately coming to mind. Thankfully, despite the series’ iconic performance from Tim Curry, this new film isn’t just leaps and bounds better than the original, it’s also an excellent film in...
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Force Friday II

On September 1, Force Friday II weekend will kick off with the launch of new products inspired by Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Additionally, there will be activities, giveaways, midnight madness events, and the special Find the Force augmented reality treasure hunt — where you can unlock Star Wars: The Las...
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Contest: Mother! NYC Premiere

Mother! NYC Premiere Contest Tickets do not guarantee entry. First Come, First Serve. Must bring student ID. Wednesday, September 13th at 7:30 PM at Radio City Music Hall Must listen to the First Episode of The IP Crowd In theaters September 15th Cast: Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris and Mic...
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