Revisit: Twin Peaks
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Revisit: Twin Peaks

Lynch has ultimately gotten his way with his intended premise, occasionally revisiting the show to…

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Quest
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Quest

Quest is an important film, bolstered by its incredible subjects and its cinéma vérité style.

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Kaleidoscope
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Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope is a micro-budget gem that adds a decidedly 21st century bent to Hitchcockian suspense.

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Phantom Thread
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Phantom Thread

Anderson looks freer than ever, and he appears primed to enter the most exciting phase…

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November Criminals
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November Criminals

I, Tonya
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I, Tonya

By the time we arrive at “the incident,” though, the filmmakers begin distorting and exploiting…

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Darkest Hour
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Darkest Hour

Darkest Hour feels like a parody of the awards-bait that often plagues end-of-the-year releases.

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Oeuvre: Demme: A Master Builder
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Oeuvre: Demme: A Master Builder

Demme perhaps humanized the stereotype of the arrogant artist who collects and discards a series…

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Daisy Winters
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Daisy Winters

Daisy Winters is for children and their parents, who were themselves kids in the ‘90s…

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The Swindlers
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The Swindlers

The Swindlers is a well-executed caper film in the vein of Soderbergh’s Ocean’s films and…

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