‘I’d love to be on set right now!’ An interview with indie filmmaker Lars Henriks

I’ve never made a movie. I’ve always wanted to, I’ve written a couple on my own, co-written a couple more, and even arranged a cast and crew and scheduled a shoot only to have it all collapse, twice, but I have yet to actually make a movie. The excuses are …

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REVIEW: ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ is exactly as big as it needs to be

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The plot of 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' can't help but feel really small, so to speak, compared to the prospect of wiping out of half of all life in the universe, but the off-beat humor keeps the movie brisk when the low-stakes story and low-rent secondary villains aren't enough to propel it forward.

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REVIEW: Effort is needed to make ‘Red Sparrow’ worth watching

One could as easily argue that Jennifer Lawrence turns in a tightly nuanced performance as a wronged woman leveraging her way through an abusive society in which her only asset is sex appeal as one could argue that she's a flat character who simply falls back on her conditioning to get what she wants.

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INTERVIEW: Richard Crouse on the Flashback Film Fest and the influence of 80s films

As is everything in the universe, there has to be a foundation for things and geek culture is no different. In fact, stories like The Terminator, War Games, or Back to the Future are all required films to watch if one has any hope of labeling himself a true nerd …

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Pop Mythology’s Top 10 Films of 2017

top 10 movies of 2017

Not to start off on a sour note but many events in 2017 have reaffirmed my commitment to living outside of the United States. As much as this placement has made it easy to exist beyond the reach of current domestic turbulence, it’s also made it difficult in the last …

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