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Only Yesterday gives us one more Studio Ghibli gem

Released in Japan in 1991, the Isao Takahata directed Only Yesterday has had a long journey to US cinemas. In the 25 years since its release, there have been countless theories about why it was never available on these shores,...


Brief Review: Jafar Panahi’s TAXI

  It’s amazing that a film like Jafar Panahi’s Taxi even exists. In his home country of Iran, artistic freedom is severely limited. The clothes performers can wear, the type of conversations they can have, even...



Review: The Martian

What would a trip to Mars be without a little Disco? Ridley Scott is directing a new Science-Fiction film, The Martian, a hit novel from author Andy Weir. While Scott has a relatively brilliant Science-Fiction past, all of h...


Review: Un Plus Une

One should never disqualify the chance for love, even when both parties are with ideal partners. Director Claude Lelouch has been peddling love stories for over 40 years and made his mark on the world with 1966’s A Man an...



Review: Jurassic World

Everything about Jurassic World is set up to remind you just how much you loved Jurassic Park.