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    Sometimes Always Never (2020)

    Though it may seem like the epitome of a "quirky" indie dramedy, Sometimes Always Never establishes itself as something different with its rich, polychrome production design, looking like a more somber Wes Anderson film or a more lightweight David Lynch film. Strange statues resting in green nooks are nestled in blood-red walls, while arcs of light and doorways create odd and wonderful framing. It brings a slightly unreal quality to the movie, and when the characters don't act totally realistically, it feels okay. read more...
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      • With: Bill Nighy, Sam Riley, Alice Lowe, Jenny Agutter, Tim McInnerny, Louis Healy, Alexei Sayle
      • Written by: Frank Cottrell Boyce
      • Directed by: Carl Hunter
      • MPAA Rating: PG-13 for thematic elements and some sexual references
      • Running Time: 91 minutes
      • Release Date: 06/12/2020
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      White Bird in a Blizzard (2014)

      The only other Gregg Araki movie I've seen to date is Mysterious Skin (2005), which I considered to be one of the best movies of its year. Watching White Bird in a Blizzard, I can see certain similarities in his approach to life in the suburbs, and the way that young people grow up there. It's not an entirely optimistic view; nothing is easy or clean, and happy endings are not common. But kids can get tough and have a way of surviving. The difference between what made Mysterious Skin great and what makes White Bird in a Blizzard merely good is that the new film takes time out to surprise us with a mystery story. Mystery stories are fine, but this mystery is far less interesting than the characters themselves. read more...
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        White Bird in a Blizzard (2014)

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        • With: Shailene Woodley, Eva Green, Thomas Jane, Shiloh Fernandez, Christopher Meloni, Gabourey Sidibe, Mark Indelicato, Sheryl Lee, Angela Bassett, Dale Dickey, Ava Acres, Jacob Artist, Jill L. Johnson, Brenda Koo, Michael Patrick McGill
        • Written by: Gregg Araki, based on a novel by Laura Kasischke
        • Directed by: Gregg Araki
        • MPAA Rating: R for sexual content/nudity, language and some drug use
        • Running Time: 91 minutes
        • Release Date: 10/30/2014
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        A Coffee in Berlin (2014)

        I'm so glad people are making black-and-white movies again. Last year, I reviewed four new black-and-white movies, and three of them made my year's ten best list (the fourth was a runner-up). Black-and-white has a whole different feel from color; it can make things seem darker, scarier, more romantic, more profound, more timeless. I wanted to see A Coffee in Berlin, I admit, partly because of the black-and-white. Yet no cinematography can make a good film great. A Coffee in Berlin is only a good film, but it does have a very good ending. read more...
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          A Coffee in Berlin (2014)

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          • With: Tom Schilling, Marc Hosemann, Friederike Kempter, Justus von Dohnányi, Katharina Schüttler, Arnd Klawitter, Martin Brambach, Steffen Jürgens, Michael Gwisdek
          • Written by: Jan-Ole Gerster
          • Directed by: Jan-Ole Gerster
          • MPAA Rating: NR
          • Language: German, with English subtitles
          • Running Time: 83 minutes
          • Release Date: 06/19/2014
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          Frank (2014)

          Lenny Abrahamson's Frank starts off with a strong idea, the image of the man in the fake head. This basic, but powerful image toys with several great themes, including the nature of identity, the nature of physical appearance, or even themes of art versus commerce. But though Frank touches the surface of these ideas, and it's certainly entertaining enough, it seems more content to squeeze into the framework of a familiar kind of quirky, art-house comedy-drama than to dig much deeper. read more...
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            Frank (2014)

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            • With: Domhnall Gleeson, Michael Fassbender, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Scoot McNairy, Francois Civil, Carla Azar, Tess Harper, Bruce McIntosh, Haley Derryberry, Lauren Poole
            • Written by: Jon Ronson, Peter Straughan
            • Directed by: Lenny Abrahamson
            • MPAA Rating: R for language and some sexual content
            • Running Time: 95 minutes
            • Release Date: 08/14/2014
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            To the Stars (2020)

            To the Stars is a stirring coming-of-age story set in Oklahoma in 1961 and touches on sexual taboos. Iris Deerborne (Kara Hayward, Moonrise Kingdom) is a shy, withdrawn teen with big, awkward glasses, who walks from her family's farm through the fields to high school every day. Her developing physique has drawn unwanted attention from cruel, shallow boys, and one day a stranger swoops in and saves her. She's Maggie (Liana Liberato), and even though she initially lies about her exotic life, and her father being a photographer for Life Magazine, she and Iris become fast friends. Iris gets a makeover, and attracts the attention of their family's sweet farm hand, Jeff (Lucas Jade Zumann), even though her hard-drinking, oversexed mother (Jordana Spiro) is repeatedly putting the moves on Jeff herself. Eventually, tension arises between Maggie and Iris, and we learn the real reason Maggie's family moved here. Director Martha Stephens uses wide-open rural spaces to recall dirt-road classics like The Last Picture Show. Even though she drifts back and forth between poetry and soapy secret-revealing, this unevenness is generally held together by the consistent, touching performances, especially by Hayward and Liberato, but also by veterans like the great, iguana-like Shea Whigham as Iris's soft-spoken father, as well as Malin Akerman and Tony Hale. read more...
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              • With: Kara Hayward, Liana Liberato, Jordana Spiro, Malin Akerman, Shea Whigham, Tony Hale, Adelaide Clemens, Lucas Jade Zumann, Madisen Beaty, Tina Parker, Natalie Canerday, J.D. Evermore, Farah White, Brandon Stanley, Quinn Gasaway, Sophi Bairley, Doug Jackson, Kristin Mann
              • Written by: Shannon Bradley-Colleary
              • Directed by: Martha Stephens
              • MPAA Rating: NR
              • Running Time: 110 minutes
              • Release Date: 04/24/2020
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