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THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI (dir. Martin McDonagh): Philadelphia Film Festival review

“Raped while dying,” the first billboard reads. The next, “And still no arrests,” and finally, “How come, Chief Willoughby?”

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BREATHE (dir. Andy Serkis): Philadelphia Film Festival review

What is most impressive about Breathe is its unimpressiveness. And that is a sincere compliment.

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EX MACHINA (dir. Alex Garland): Movie review

Ex Machina is the first feature film directed by Alex Garland, and it’s a statement of purpose that follows gracefully upon the modus operandi he’s set for himself as a screenwriter and producer.

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TRUE STORY (dir. Rupert Goold): Movie review

Truth may be stranger than fiction, but trying to shove that truth back into a fabricated format (a movie) does not often work on its own.

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IT FOLLOWS (dir. David Robert Mitchell): Movie review

The sophomore effort of three-first-name writer and director David Robert Mitchell is a 100-minute-long teen indie horror flick, and it’s taking everyone by surprise.