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SN&R Vol 30 Issue 38
Barry Jenkins’ latest feature has some nice moments, but it doesn’t surpass the standard he set with 2016 Best Picture Moonlight.
By Daniel Barnes
This article was published on 12.27.18
This Dick Cheney biopic feels more like a bloated comedy sketch.
Our critics award and denounce this year’s standout films.
By Daniel Barnes, and Jim Lane
SN&R Vol 30 Issue 37
Marvel releases yet another superhero movie—but this one is actually fun.
This article was published on 12.20.18
Vox Lux provides unique, albeit clunky social commentary on music industry stardom.
British royal history takes an absurd turn, fueled by the destructive antics of Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone.
Alfonso Cuarón painstakingly crafts a detailed exploration of humanity through the lens of 1970s Mexico City.
SN&R Vol 30 Issue 36
This article was published on 12.13.18
SN&R Vol 30 Issue 35
Julian Schnabel tries a different take on the Van Gogh’s life, but it’s not vibrant enough to stand apart from its predecessors.
This article was published on 12.06.18
Despite questionable storytelling choices, Lucas Hedges gives a moving lead performance in this drama about gay conversion therapy.
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