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  • Fort TIlden

    SXSW Film Review: Fort Tilden

    I blame Lena Dunham. It all started when Tiny Furniture premiered at SXSW’s 2010 Film Festival and won the Grand…

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  • Bad Words

    Film Review: Bad Words

    The poster for Bad Words look almost austere: muted tones, calming white Helvetica title, Jason Bateman’s name, centered and high,…

    by ERIC RICKERT
  • Take Care / Leslie Bibb

    SXSW Film Review: Take Care (with Leslie Bibb)

    Have you ever wondered what would happen if you got hit by a car in New York City and broke…

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  • Stranger By The Lake

    Film Review: Stranger By The Lake

    Is Stranger By The Lake an allegory for AIDS? Is it the latest ode to Alfred Hitchcock? Is it an…

    by ERIC RICKERT
  • Labor Day

    Film Review: Labor Day

    Kate Winslet is no stranger to playing complex, multi-layered characters. In her new film, Labor Day, the Academy Award winner…

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  • Don Jon

    Review: Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s ‘Don Jon’

    “There’s only a few things I really care about in life. My body. My pad. My ride. My family. My…

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  • Bridegroom

    TFF2013 Film Review: Bridegroom

    There’s a collective fluster among the crowd, who are seated in a theater in Chelsea, waiting for the world premiere…

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  • Adult World

    TFF2013 Film Review: Adult World

    Scott Coffey loves his screwball comedies. His directorial debut Ellie Parker which starred Naomi Watts was a brilliant little film…

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  • Dark Touch

    TFF2013 Review: Dark Touch

    Marina de Van is one of the most interesting filmmakers working today and PopBytes had the privilege of attending the…

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  • Ryan Gosling

    Film Review: The Place Beyond The Pines

    Some movies are so full of impact that you never want to see them again. Such was the case with…

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