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  • Nine to Five

    Nine to Five


    Who knew that the feminist, pro-union, workers of the world movie that we all needed came out in 1980? Not at all what I was expecting, 9 to 5 is a hilarious film that mixes its politics with its humor to great effect, creating a movie that’s just as relevant today as it was over 30 years ago. What starts as a workplace comedy quickly becomes a parody revenge fantasy showcase, a stoner movie, a noir mistaken identity caper and…

  • Annihilation



    There’s only so much an audience can be expected to suspend their disbelief. Crocodile-shark hybrids? Sure, I can dig it. Sending team after team to go to the center of the shimmer instead of investigating near the edges first? That’s just good science. Handycams with unreasonably long battery life? Favorite part of the movie. What I don’t understand is how the filmmakers could expect us to believe that someone would cheat on their husband when they’re married to Oscar Isaac.…

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  • Gummo



    Good art can and should be shocking to be effective. The most shocking thing about Gummo is that it cost over a million dollars to make and wastes 90 minutes without saying anything

  • I, Tonya

    I, Tonya


    Say what you will about the sequins, the twizzles and the overly dramatic kiss and cry moments, figure skating is a marriage between sport and art that has no parallel. Watching athletes at the National Championships this weekend like Nathan Chen and Mirai Nagasu slide gracefully through the rink before spinning into the air to land literally on a razor’s edge is one of the most exhilarating spectator experiences out there. I, Tonya, a biopic about the life of controversial…