Review: Wet Behind the Ears

Review: Wet Behind the Ears

Life after college can be difficult. Especially when you can’t find a job. That’s what Samantha discovers in the charming dramedy “Wet Behind the Ears.”

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Review: About Alex

Review: About Alex

Jesse Zwick makes his feature debut with a movie about a group of college friends struggling to make real connections in the midst of social media.

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Review: The Four Minute Mile

Review: The Four Minute Mile

Though a familiar sports story, The Four Minute Mile, rises above the familiar.

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Review: Rich Hill

Review: Rich Hill

A beautiful and sad look at the lives of three teens living on the brink of poverty in small town America.

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Review: A Brony Tale

Review: A Brony Tale

Brony culture has entered the mainstream over the last few years and Brent Hodge’s documentary explores the not-so-strange fandom.

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Review: Life Itself

Review: Life Itself

I knew Roger Ebert.

I never met the man nor did we ever exchange words but I knew him. I knew the movies he liked, what filmmakers he championed and that he was willing to go out on a ledge and go against the grain. I also knew he grew up in a small town, loved his parents and that he was an alcoholic. What’s interesting is that I learned those last things, the really personal things, well after he had left television and illness had forced him to communicate only via the written word.

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Review: The Fault in Our Stars

Review: The Fault in Our Stars

Director: Josh Boone (Stuck In Love) Screenplay: Scott Neustadter, Michael H. Webe, John Green (book) Producer: Brendan Prost Starring: Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Nat Wolff, Laura Dern, Sam Trammell, Willem Dafoe MPAA Rating: PG-13 Running time: 125 min. Cancer sucks and generally speaking, movies about cancer suck. They’re saccharin and overtly...

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Review: DSKNECTD

Review: DSKNECTD

Director: Dominic H. White Producer: Dominic H. White MPAA Rating: NR Running time: 98 min. Over the last few years there has been a lot of discussion and study into how humans use and abuse technology. As everything from sexting and cyber bullying to gaming addiction has become part of mainstream culture, so has culture’s fascination with the ill effects of...

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Review: Spaces and Reservations

Review: Spaces and Reservations

Director: Brendan Prost (Coch, Generation Why) Screenplay: Brendan Prost Producer: Brendan Prost Starring: Zach White, Taylor Hastings, Jennifer Kobelt, Arianna McGregor MPAA Rating: NR Running time: 140 min. Somewhere in Brendan Prost’s Spaces and Reservations is a really great story about relationships and the difficulties of falling out of love with your...

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Review: Kids for Cash

Director: Robert May Producer: Robert May, Lauren Timmons MPAA Rating: PG-13 Running time: 102 min. When I first saw the trailer for Robert May’s Kids for Cash I was shocked. I couldn’t believe this scandal had unfolded just a few years before and I’d never heard of it. It sounded horrifying: Luzerne County, Pennsylvania President Judge Mark Ciavarella was...

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