Skate Kitchen is the skating film that has eluded filmmakers.
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With Madeline’s Madeline, Josephine Decker leaps into the shortlist of America’s best contemporary directors.
When the movie fully shifts from its dazzling milieu to something thornier, it finally comes…
Summer of '84 can be fun, but so can Friday the 13th and The Monster…
An admirable issue film that focuses on character and humanity.
It’s good to have Spike Lee’s voice back and strong, even if the situation that…
It's exactly what it aspires to be.
Cruel and unusual, it too often feels like punishment.
A whistle only dog lovers can hear.
There's unfulfilled artistic pretense in every frame and troublingly racist images and themes.