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And the 2021 Oscar Nominees are…

It’s been a harsh year for movies.  The pandemic closed down movie theaters.  There are many that have yet to reopen.  The pandemic also cut short the theatrical runs of films like Emma.  Most major films moved their release dates to 2021 or beyond.  Some films like Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch remain in limbo […]

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A Take 2 Movie Review – Flesh Is Heir To

  Recently, our UK RunPee reviewer Rob Williams reviewed this movie.  The movie studio complained, so we decided to give it another look. I offered to watch it to give a counterpoint review.  However, I didn’t enjoy the movie any more than he did.  (Note: I have not yet read his review so as not […]

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Sundance Film Festival Movie Review – One for the Road

When Bong Joon Ho won the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film last year for Parasite, he said, “”Once you overcome the 1-inch-tall barrier of subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films.” I love this sentiment.  As a teenager, I was lucky to have a mother willing to take me […]

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Sundance Film Festival Movie Review – Marvelous and the Black Hole

What were you like at thirteen?  This film may bring back some of the pain and frustration of your earlier years.  Yet it’s a fun, uplifting watch.  Perhaps this year’s Peanut Butter Falcon. Miya Cech plays Sammy, a teenager living with her father and sister and coping with her mother’s death.  When she’s forced to […]

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Sundance Film Festival Movie Review – How It Ends

If you knew it was the last day before the world ended, how would you spend it?  That’s the question How It Ends explores.  And the answers are funny, touching, and surprising. The movie reminded me of the first half of Seeking a Friend For the End of the World, which which deals with similar […]

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Sundance Film Festival Movie Review – Mass

  Mass may be the most emotional film you sit through this year.  But it’s worth it to see four great actors at the top of their game. In this powerful movie, the parents of a school shooter and the parents of one of his victims meet to try to get some closure.  It’s an […]

Exclusive Movie Interview with Luz writer-director Jon Garcia

Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing writer-director Jon Garcia about his latest film, Luz.  It’s a love story about two men who meet in prison.  We discuss the Oscar-winning film that inspired Luz, the use of real inmates in the film, the unique shooting location, the subplot that got cut, the movie he made […]

Indie Movie Review – Luz

How far would you go for love?  How long would you wait for the one you love?  These are questions raised by the new movie Luz.  It’s a love story about two men who initially meet in prison.  They explore their relationship further once they’re both released. Ruben (Ernesto Reyes) is a new prisoner.  His […]

Sundance Festival Movie Review – Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street

If you are a fan of recent films Won’t You Be My Neighbor? and A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, this is the documentary you must see this year. This is a film that is nostalgic and fun, sure, but it’s also an eye-opening look at the history of children’s television.  When you get a […]

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Sundance Festival Movie Review – Summer of Soul (…Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson presented his anticipated directorial debut on opening night of the Sundance Film Festival.  The movie documents the Harlem Cultural Festival that took place over six weekends in the summer of 1969.  This was the same summer as Woodstock. The Harlem Cultural Festival featured performances that were just as amazing and significant.  The […]

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