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Wednesday, 16 August 2017 11:57

‘The Glass Castle’ half full

True story-based drama a flawed, but compelling film

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Wednesday, 16 August 2017 11:55

‘The Nut Job 2’ not that nutty

Inoffensive animated sequel pleasant enough

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Wednesday, 09 August 2017 10:21

The burning rage of ‘Detroit’

Film dramatizes real-life tragedy at the Algiers Motel

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Thursday, 03 August 2017 13:57

'The Dark Tower' stands strong

Stephen King’s epic series finally hits the big screen

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Writer-director’s latest a compelling war story based on true events

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Latest from Luc Besson a surreal, scattered space opera

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It’s a love story as old as time itself: A Pakistani-born comedian’s set is interrupted by a beautiful American girl. They begin dating. He is scared to tell his parents of the relationship because they intend for him to marry a Muslim girl.  

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For the past few years, we’ve been hearing about the demise of the romantic comedy. “The Death of the Rom-Com” has been the central thesis of loads of lengthy thinkpieces – some more navel-gaze-y than others, but all devoted to explaining the reasons behind the genre’s impending extinction.

And then a movie comes along to remind us all that there’s plenty of gas left in the romantic tank. All it takes is someone with a compelling (and funny) story to tell or a compelling (and funny) way to tell it or – ideally – both.

A movie like “The Big Sick.”

 

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Latest franchise installment offers compelling closure to trilogy

 

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WATERVILLE – It’s that time again. We’ve once again arrived at the highest of highlights in Maine’s cinematic calendar.

The Maine International Film Festival is back.

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