Our Friend

A trio of thirtysomethings have been best friends for years. Married couple Matt (Casey Affleck) and Nicole (Dakota Johnson) have two young daughters, while their longtime pal Dan (Jason Segel) is one of those guys that seems like an underachiever to others, but has a heart of gold that shines through. A shocking diagnosis throws …

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Book Club

Vivian (Jane Fonda) owns a luxury hotel and has always favored sex over love and commitment, Sharon (Candice Bergen) is a federal judge who’s been happily divorced for nineteen years, Diane (Diane Keaton) is the recently widowed mother of two daughters, and Carol (Mary Steenburgen) is in a stable marriage. The lives of all four …

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Looking: The Complete Series and The Movie

Gay audiences are always craving the one true gay show or movie that all can embrace. Gay audiences are also hyper-critical of the crumbs of LGBT movies and television because (frankly) they usually suck. Usually the folks portrayed are white people, usually white boys, and usually urban. They party, they take drugs, they sleep around, …

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Youth (2015)

The best and worst thing about Youth is that it’s like a long stay at a posh, idyllic resort in the Swiss Alps. The scenery is beautiful, the days are languid, and every once in awhile you encounter a new person or learn some snippet of a stranger’s life story. More often, it’s your own …

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When high school science teacher Samantha Abbott (Cobie Smulders) discovers she’s pregnant, the news doesn’t exactly inspire celebration. The timing is completely random and Samantha isn’t particularly settled in her life. The school where she teaches will close at the end of the year, and she’ll need to find a new job. She’s barely begun …

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It seems like there are indie movies that are, you know, independently financed yet follow the basic formula of a big studio film, and then there are Indie Movies that you can spot from a mile off because the pacing is slow and navel-gazy and it’s never clear where you are in the film’s story …

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