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English Major, Film Buff, and Citizen of the World, Sean K. Cureton is a born and raised Jersey Boy. Having received a B.A. in English from Rutgers University, Sean is proud to call the Garden State his home, equidistant from both the steps that made Sylvester Stallone a household name, and the park where Harry was cordially introduced to Sally, even if he’d prefer to a stay in state due to a certain fondness for a convenience store located in Leonardo, NJ. When he’s not in the multiplex, you can follow him on Twitter, @seankcureton.

OUTSIDE IN: The Human Spirit Confined

Bolstered by the quiet compassion that has always been her strong suit, Lynn Shelton has turned in another stunning independent feature with Outside In that no

JIM & ANDY: THE GREAT BEYOND: Being And Nothingness

Using archival footage and a present-day interview, Jim & Andy fills in the backstory related to Jim's spot-on performance of Andy Kaufman in 1999's

THE FLORIDA PROJECT: Just Outside The Greatest Place On Earth

The Florida Project offers a unique and essential glimpse into contemporary poverty in America, encompassing both its wonders and hardships.

BRAD'S STATUS: On Lives Lived Online

Brad's Status is a film about social media that is bolstered by its performances, but ultimately it is not particularly memorable.

GOON: LAST OF THE ENFORCERS: An Inside Hockey Sports Comedy

Jay Baruchel steps behind the camera for cult sports comedy sequel Goon: Last Of The Enforcers, and forgets what makes the original special.

PATTI CAKE$: Blue Collar Fever Dream

Patti Cake$ is the true sleeper hit of the 2017 summer movie season, and here's to hoping that it continues to build momentum as it

PERSON TO PERSON: The New York Comedy Revisited

Some of the lines in Person to Person may ring with a certain cliched timbre, but perhaps that should only be expected from a

THE LOVERS: Love The One You're With

The Lovers is an alternative romance that considers the harsh reality that maybe one love isn't forever, and is simply the stuff of movies.

CHUCK: Another Requiem for a Heavyweight

Chuck is the story of boxing legend Chuck Wepner, yet never quite manages to match the outsized metaphoric grandeur of the film it inspired.

THE DEVIL'S CANDY: An Intersection of Genius, Madness & The Devil

With The Devil's Candy, provocative Australian director Sean Byrne proves he is one of the best genre filmmakers working today.