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Roma

March 7, 2019 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane If you’re anything like me, you’ve wondered why movie theaters during the winter months at the beginning of the year are so barren in terms of quality films. The answer lies within […]

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Blade Runner: The Final Cut

February 28, 2019 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Blade Runner was released in its original form in 1982 with a wide United States theatrical release. It was released to mixed reviews from critics. Some cited its long run time and […]

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A gem of a gym

February 28, 2019 Stephanie Dolan

By Nicole Davis The South Side Turnverein, once a beloved piece of architecture that symbolizes Indianapolis’ German heritage and cultural influence, once made it to Indiana Landmarks’ 10 Most Endangered list. The red brick building […]

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Cold War

February 15, 2019 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Cold War was Poland’s official selection for entry into the 91st Academy Award’s Best Foreign Film award, for which it was subsequently nominated, in addition to picking up nominations for Best Director […]

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Velvet Buzzsaw

February 8, 2019 Stephanie Dolan

Bradley Lane Velvet Buzzsaw is writer-director Dan Gilroy’s first foray into the horror genre, however, he is no stranger to dark filmmaking. His 2014 film Nightcrawler was a dark and pointed critique of the media’s […]

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If Beale Street Could Talk

January 31, 2019 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Cinema is an extremely powerful medium for telling stories about humans and humanity. Barry Jenkins’ adaptation of James Baldwin’s 1974 novel, If Beale Street Could Talk, is, if not anything else, a […]