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Men: Male Parts

The psychology guys say that while staring at the color green tends to soothe people, staring at the color red tends to have the...

Happening: A Cinematic Event

Well, looky here. Just a week after that Supreme Court opinion leaked signaling the end of constitutional rights to abortion in America, here comes...

Memoria: What’s That Sound?

I’ve mentioned the name of Apichatpong Weerasethakul here and there in the past 10 years or so, but none of his films have ever...

Fifty Shades of Strange

I wasn’t that impressed by the first Doctor Strange movie. Forget the whitewashing of the Ancient One, the title character struck me as Tony...

Pompo: Nya Nya Land

If you have an anime fan in your house who’s curious about how movies are made, you should take them to Pompo: The Cinéphile,...

Hatching: The Egg and I

Never seen a Finnish film? Head over to the AMC Grapevine Mills to take in Hatching, a horror film that will crawl around in...

Memory Fades

A contract killer with Alzheimer’s Disease? It sounds like the setup for a really bad Saturday Night Live sketch. In fact, it was the...

Aline: Taking Chances

You remember Walk Hard, don’t you? You remember how John C. Reilly played the main character at age 14 onward, and the filmmakers did...

Massive Talent: Nicked

Nicolas Cage has long had a certain perspective on the kinds of roles he plays and how that affects his public image. I remember...

Northman: Go Vikings

Robert Eggers’ last two movies, The Witch and The Lighthouse, were set in New England. His latest film, The Northman, goes even farther north to...