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Biopics can often feel life hollow, visualized textbooks that simply jump around from historical event to historical event. They often brush over the importance of why we go to see these historical figures on the big screen – not so much to jot down a cliff notes version of their …

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The coming-of-age genre is one that has been milked to death so many times over. But for some reason, its a genre that we continue to go back to time and time again. Maybe it’s because we can all relate to a certain point in our lives where we were …

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Lifelong friends Val (Jerrod Carmichael) and Kevin (Christopher Abbott) are both at the point in their lives where they feel like the only way out is to fully give up on life. Val has broken up with his girlfriend, has a job he hates with all his heart, and is …

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Flee feels unique from the moment it begins, as it is a documentary that has been animated in attempt to keep the subjects anonymous. At its core, the film is about a refugee – but it’s also a film about the concept of home, identity, love, family, and freedom. The …

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Comedy is a medium where you can use the laughs as a trojan horse for thoughtful and sincere messages; that’s why it’s often one of my favorite mediums of expressionism. From that of stand-up comedy that can tackle any wide variety of hard-pressed topics or comedic films like Together Together, …

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