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Yield to Art in Transit (Documentary Review: “The First Monday in May”)

A fascinating insider’s tour of the most illustrious fashion show on earth, The First Monday in May once and for all settles the Is-Fashion-Art? debate, elegantly of course. Continue Reading →


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The Bean Whisperer (Film Review: “Sweet Bean”)

Sweet Bean is a gentle film that lingers on the senses. It’s like biting into the Japanese pastry at the heart of the story and realizing that what may at first taste too sugary is in fact deliciously, soulfully comforting. Continue Reading →


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Girls & Their Party Goblins (Stand-Up Comedy Review: “Iliza Shlesinger: Freezing Hot”)

Iliza Shlesinger: Freezing Hot captures the inner workings of the female mind when set loose upon the unsuspecting American Male in the wild kingdom otherwise known as Dating. Continue Reading →


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My Big Fat Patel Wedding (Documentary Review: “Meet the Patels”)

Meet the Patels is the hilarious real-life misadventure of an Indian son in today’s America who places his romantic future in the hands of his old-world parents. Continue Reading →


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The Fury of the Fjord (Film Review: “The Wave”)

The Wave transforms scientific probability data into a naturalistic nightmare as only Nordic Cinema could imagine. Continue Reading →


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What If We’d Lost? (Series Review: “The Man in the High Castle”)

A gripping post WWII what-if-story set in a dystopian America after the Allied Army has lost the war to Japan and Nazi Germany. Totally addictive. Continue Reading →


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See Dick Run. Run, Dick, Run (Film Review: “The Candidate”)

The 1972 film that captured the cynicism and commoditization of American politicians, set against an insatiable media landscape. . . The Candidate resonates as a cultural clarion bell, now more than ever. Continue Reading →