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Whiplash Review

Whiplash is a film of white-hot intensity that starts with a crescendo and only grows from there.     Whiplash starts with a slow snare beat banging to a black screen that grows faster and...
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Birdman Review

A consistently entertaining and beautiful firecracker of a film that showcases Michael Keaton’s talent.     It’s hard to adequately review a film like Mexican filmmaker Alejandro González...
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Boyhood Review

True-to-life events unfolding in Boyhood are sure to tug on the heartstrings. Some films are so fit for the times and unique that it’s really hard to write about them, and I’ve reviewed two so far this...
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The Rover Review

Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson star in one of the bleakest, desolate, and most visceral movies of the year, and it may just be one of the best so far. In a way that only a film set in the Australian outback...
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Chef Review

Heed the warnings, don’t go see Jon Favreau’s Chef on an empty stomach. From the succulent descriptions of ingredients to make a mean mojo pork cubano, to the sharp close-ups of five-cheese grilled cheese...