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Uncut Gems

July 9, 2020 SST

By Bradley Lane Josh and Benny Safdie have been making low-budget independent films in New York since 2005. In the time since, they have earned widespread acclaim for films like Daddy Longlegs, Heaven Knows What […]

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Athlete A

July 2, 2020 SST

By Bradley Lane In late 2016 IndyStar published a piece about the failure of USA Gymnastics, located in Indianapolis, to report sexual abuse reports to the proper authorities after receiving them. This was the first […]

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The Half of It

May 14, 2020 SST

By Bradley Lane “Cyrano de Bergerac” is a play that was written in 1897 by French playwright Edmond Rostand, and while classical French plays aren’t really my thing, its influence has been felt throughout all […]

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Hell or High Water

March 26, 2020 SST

By Bradley Lane Hell or High Water is essentially a story about a man’s plan to escape intergenerational poverty and make a better life for his children. Struggling to make ends meet and fearing his […]

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Roma

March 7, 2019 SST

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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Bird Box

January 17, 2019 SST

By Bradley Lane Bird Box is another film with a small theatrical release, with a simultaneous wide release on Netflix. By releasing some of the best films of the year (Roma, The Ballad of Buster […]