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Mar 23 2019

"I don't see how I can go on living my life the way I've lived it before..."

Great Moments in Screen Bitchery #6: Catherine Keener inBeing John Malkovich

Jun 28 2018

Review: "Sicario: Day of the Soldado"

byChris Feil

That crowdsourced "fan"remake of The Last Jedi that made the rounds in the past week?The one rooted in thinly veiled misogyny,white supremacy,and general ill-advised sentiment to tool with material that's perfectly fine on its own?Put yourself in front ofSicario: Day of the Soldado,the new prequel to Denis Villeneuve's layered 2015 film musing on the pervasive institutional evils of the War on Drugs,and you might be convinced that those fans got their hands on this narrative as well.

The warning signs make themselves known immediately,this time focusing on the more enigmatic men in the thick of the corruption: Josh Brolin's task force leader Matt Graver and Benicio Del Toro's patiently vengeful hitman Alejandro.Kicking the film off with a demonstratively labored Islamophobic sequence,the audience is served a video game brand of warfare as Graver and Alejandro initiate a kidnapping plot across the Mexican-American border.The kidnappee is Isabel Reyes (played by Isabela Moner,the film's brightest spot),the daughter of a major cartel leader that may be linked to Alejandro's past.As expected,the men's hubris is turned in on itself...

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May 29 2018

"So how was that for you?"

When the moon is in the seventh house
And Jupiter aligns with Mars...

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Apr 03 2017

C O N S I D E R - Favorite Actresses of 2017,1st Qtr

With the year's first quarter over,here's a listicle of noteworthy performances we'll eventually compare to what's to come.We've already listedfav male performancesandfavtechnical achievementsthus far - from screenings and releases as of March 31st.Herewith the 17 best female performances from the year's first quarter,divvied up into three categories.Did these women speak to you?

Disclaimer: I missedThe Last Word,United Kingdom,andWilsonwhich all have prominent female roles for talented actors.If you've seen them give their MVPs a shout-out in the comments.


Paula Beer as "Anna"inFrantz

16 more talented women after the jump...

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Feb 24 2017

Review: "Get Out"

byChris Feil

From its long-take opening to its satisfying conclusion,comedian Jordan Peele's directorial debutGet Outis one hell of a delight.Photographer Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) is heading to the country family home of his girlfriend Rose (Girls' Allison Williams),an extra uneasy experience given that he is her first black boyfriend.Her parents (Bradley Whitford and Catherine Keener) are woodsy liberals,quasi-intellectuals who love Obama and are just on the performative side of accommodating.

But it's best to let the rest ofGet Outreveal itself: you'll want to know as little as possible before strapping into this ride...

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