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Arizona director hopes ‘Car Dogs’ will boost local film industry

17 Mar, 2017

I recently sat down with Adam Collis, the director of the upcoming “Car Dogs”: a movie made by and for…

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Review: ‘Kong’ thrills and rumbles back on to the screen

9 Mar, 2017

Stop waiting for the summer to roll around. The most exciting blockbuster of the year is already here. “Kong: Skull…

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Review: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ dazzles with modern technology

8 Mar, 2017

A tale as old as time? Maybe not: the original story is about 4,000 years old. But 2017’s “Beauty and…

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Review: ‘Logan’ ends an era on a high-note

2 Mar, 2017

It is the end of an era. “Logan” is the last appearance of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. Now that we…

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Review: ‘Get Out’ explores horror movie trope

23 Feb, 2017

Why are black people usually the first to die in horror movies? Some think that it’s a harmless trope, or…

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Review: ‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ is the ‘Citizen Kane’ of action sequels

9 Feb, 2017

“John Wick: Chapter 2” is the “Citizen Kane” of action sequels. Yes. It is that extraordinary. It’s not perfect, but…

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Review: Dynamic duo assemble the laughter in ‘LEGO Batman’

8 Feb, 2017

“The LEGO Movie” in 2014 was a bona fide miracle. In the history of cinema, never had a movie so…

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Review: In ‘The Comedian’ De Niro tries his hand at standup

2 Feb, 2017

“The Comedian” is a movie about a washed up artist — played by Robert De Niro — desperately trying (and…

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Review: ‘Paterson’ explores meaning in sameness

20 Jan, 2017

The movies that people typically swarm to theaters to see are the ones that sound exciting from their description alone.…

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Review: Is ‘Split’ Shyamalan’s return to form?

19 Jan, 2017

M. Night Shyamalan has become somewhat of a joke. The writer/director, once renowned for creating masterpieces of tension and twists…

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