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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.

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.

WILSON: A New Kind Of People Person

Wilson is as gleefully profane and heart-wrenchingly tragic film, that lives up to its creator's legacy as a storyteller.