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Dave McKean’s “Luna” Is A Haunting, Surreal Portrayal Of Suffering

Dave McKean has one of the most talented artistic minds on the planet. Known largely for his work in Neil Gaiman’s “Sandman” series, Mckean brought his surrealist imagination to the screen in his 2005 film ...
 
7.5

Throwback Thursday Review: “The Roaring Twenties”

At the end of World War I, America entered an era of violence that was brought on by economic collapse and the enactment of prohibition. Millions of people lost their livelihoods and their homes, and were not allowed (legally a...
 
8.5

Review: “Sing Street”

  Anyone who has seen writer/director John Carney’s films “Once” or “Begin Again” should have a pretty good idea what he is about. He clearly loves (and has a good ear for) music. He also enjo...
 
9.0

Review: “Hail, Caesar!” Is A Fine Addition To the Coen Brothers Collection

There are a few things you know you’re always going to get when you start a Coen Brothers film: a rich cast of characters, comedy in the least expected places, and a story that feels familiar but is completely authentic. ...
 
7.5