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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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Little Women

June 9, 2022 SST

By Bradley Lane The story of Little Women is over 150 years old at this point, so it might stand to reason the story could be thought of as outdated or inapplicable to today’s more […]

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Paddington 2

May 5, 2022 SST

By Bradley Lane The Nic Cage comedy, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, is currently in theaters and is apparently quite good based on word-of-mouth reviews the film has received since its release. However, ahead […]

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The Northman

April 28, 2022 SST

By Bradley Lane Robert Eggers cut his teeth on ultra-historically accurate low-budget genre art films. A ridiculously specific niche if ever there was one, now Eggers is at the helm of a $90 million historical […]

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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 French Dispatch

April 14, 2022 SST

By Bradley Lane It’s hard enough to write a good script in a consistent voice, but a cohesive screenplay comprised of the voices of its own characters is an achievement in itself. I’ve never understood […]

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Dune

April 7, 2022 SST

By Bradley Lane The scope of Denis Villeneuve’s newest blockbuster Dune is massive. Both in the literal scale of the elements of the world and in the ambitiousness of Villeneuve’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sprawling […]

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Titane

March 31, 2022 stsstimes

By Bradley Lane Julia Ducournau made me a fan with her debut feature film, Raw, which deftly balanced an emotionally complex coming-of-age story with a cannibal horror film. It is no secret that Ducournau finds […]

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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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The Suicide Squad

March 17, 2022 stsstimes

By Bradley Lane David Ayer’s Suicide Squad (2016) was a massive success for Warner Brothers, raking in over $700 million at the box office. Naturally then a sequel was in the works soon after, however […]