When director Martin Scorsese finally got a chance to see the first cut of Joshua and Benny Safdie’s 10-years-in-the-making Uncut Gems, he told them, “Don’t change a frame.” Having brought funding to the Safdie’s movie and raising the movie’s profile…

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Family is so instrumental in shaping who we are. The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), holds that reality under a microscope. The all-too-common fight against becoming like our parents,  striving to live up to their expectations, and comparing ourselves to…

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A brand new month means a whole new batch of new movies added to streaming services. Our contributors strive hard to bring you their favorites from the new and the old. Check out what we’re recommending to watch for February…

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Done binge-watching your latest TV show? Out of brand new movies to watch and don’t want to get off your couch this weekend to see a movie? Let our contributors’ recommendations keep your retinas bathed in the warm glow of…

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If you’re like us, then you are getting as excited as we are that September is almost over and pretty soon the highly anticipated movies of 2015 will be rolling out. And despite the growing excitement, there is still a…

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Last weekend was a great weekend in new movies! Ant-Man opened to a #1 finish and Trainwreck, the new Amy Schumer comedy, opened with a surprising and welcome $30 million. On top of that, both movies were quality movies! Victory! This week,…

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Adam Sandler basically formed my childhood love of absurdist and juvenile comedy. My first exposure to him was his early comedy albums he did with friends like Tim Meadows and David Spade during his time on SNL. He was Opera…

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