Your Independent Movie Guide
| May 4, 2019
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I have always had a soft spot for homage films. More often than not they are labors of love for their writers and directors and that often translates into...
I love when supermarkets are given time in movies, when filmmakers smartly realize the benefits of drama among the aisles, especially since a supermarket...
Richard Levien’s Collisions takes head-on the immigration problem and paints a sympathetic picture of a family torn apart by current U.S. immigration...