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Alex Arabian is a film critic, journalist, and freelance filmmaker. His work has been featured in the San Francisco Examiner, AwardsCircuit.com, and PopMatters.com. His favorite film is Edward Scissorhands. It goes without saying that not all films are good, per se, but he believes that he owes the artists contributing to the medium film analyses that are insightful, well-informed, and respectful to craft. Check out more of his work on makingacinephile.com!

SHOT: A Gripping, Timely Pro Gun-Control Thriller

Using acute, penetrating realism, a career-best performance from Wyle, powerful secondary performances from the actors, air-tight writing incorporating pressing themes, and an unpredictable ending,

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Interview With Director Brian Taylor Of MOM AND DAD

We got to talk with Brian Taylor, director of the upcoming Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair-starring film Mom and Dad.

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In finding the perfect lead in Jackman as Barnum, providing moving and invigorating musical numbers executed by a stellar secondary cast, impressive visuals, and

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EDWARD SCISSORHANDS: Tim Burton's Timeless Masterpiece

Edward Scissorhands is one of those rare films where everything, every single aspect came together perfectly to create “movie magic”.

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With impeccable direction, engaging dialogue, consummate costume and makeup, and one of the best performances ever to grace the silver screen by Oldman, Darkest

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ENTANGLEMENT: A Wholly Original, Expectation-Subverting Gem

With a story full of surprising twists and turns, a canvas of dazzling onscreen visuals, and a career-best performance from Middleditch, Entanglement succeeds on

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Interview With THE PIRATES OF SOMALIA Director & Star, Bryan Buckley & Barkhad Abdi

We spoke with the director & star of THE PIRATES OF SOMALIA, Bryan Buckley and Barkhad Abdi, about making the film and their futures.

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THE PIRATES OF SOMALIA: Deftly Jettisons Stereotypes For An Essential Viewing

The Pirates of Somalia is a fantastic adaptation of its non-fiction source material, including a commendable performance from Evan Peters.

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WONDER: Prudent, Sincere & Perspicaciously Polycentric

With verisimilitude, outstanding acting from its central and supporting cast, and sentient multifaceted perspectives, Wonder succeeds.

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"I Want To Be A Part Of This. This Is History." Interview With Hanna Bohman Of FEAR US WOMEN

We were able to talk with Hanna Böhman, subject of the documentary Fear Us Women and a prominent fighter in the conflict in Syria.

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