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Hustle

June 16, 2022 SST

By Bradley Lane If you are anything like me, basketball runs in your veins. I grew up playing, watching and loving basketball and have kept that close to my heart well into adulthood. The only […]

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Dick Johnson Is Dead

May 26, 2022 SST

By Bradley Lane Kirsten Johnson has been a cinematographer for documentary films for nearly 30 years and just recently began to direct films herself in 2016 with her debut feature film, Cameraperson. This was a […]

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Apollo 10 ½: A Space Age Childhood

May 19, 2022 SST

By Bradley Lane Richard Linklater is one of the most important American directors currently working in movies today. His studio films are considered classics like School of Rock and Dazed and Confused, and his independent […]

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The Mitchells vs. The Machines

April 21, 2022 SST

By Bradley Lane The film industry nationwide seems to be in a sort of in between state as films release both in theaters and on streaming services, sometime simultaneously. Certainly, here in central Indiana restrictions […]

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The Power of The Dog

March 24, 2022 stsstimes

By Bradley Lane The Power of the Dog is razor tight, whip-smart post-Western drama crafted by master filmmaker, Jane Campion. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch as emotionally hardened ranch hand, Phil, and Jesse Plemons as his awkward […]

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Squid Game

March 3, 2022 stsstimes

By all measures Korean cinema and television has been experiencing an unprecedented level of international success. Just two years ago, Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite captured audiences with its genre-bending portrayal of the absurdities of late capitalism […]

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His House

February 8, 2021 SST

By Bradley Lane First-time writer and director Remi Weekes’ film His House begins with a refugee family fleeing from war-torn South Sudan and making their way to the UK. However, in the process Bol (Sope […]

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Mary Poppins Returns

December 3, 2020 SST

By Bradley Lane As a preface to this review, I would like to get something out of the way. I believe that there is absolutely no reason for this film to exist. The original Mary […]

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Blaze

September 17, 2020 SST

By Bradley Lane When Ethan Hawke revealed his first directorial project was going to be on outlaw country music artist Blaze Foley, I firstly rejoiced at the thought of one of my favorite actors helming […]

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I’m Thinking of Ending Things

September 10, 2020 SST

By Bradley Lane While many modern filmgoers may not immediately recognize Charlie Kaufman by name alone, his body of work is vitally important to the landscape of modern cinema. Characterized by an idiosyncratic writing style […]