Posts byKevin Kuhlman

Review: THE GLORIAS

The Glorias kicks off like basically every biopic, with a scene featuring the Oldest version of Gloria Steinem (played in this incarnation by Julianne Moore). The film then cuts back to her childhood upbringing, contrasting who she became with where she started. It’s a traditional framing that belies a far more unconventional vision that the film
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Review: WORDS ON BATHROOM WALLS

Words on Bathroom Walls has a lot to recommend. The performances are touching, it has a unique style that makes it feel fresher than these types of movies tend to be, and it has plenty of stylistic choices that really work. The script occasionally matches that cinematic verve and flair, but it can’t escape the YA romance genre’s narrative stranglehold.
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Review: LATE NIGHT

A fresh summer comedy with more than a little on it's mind

Emma Thompson steals the show in the Mindy Kaling penned LATE NIGHT, a clever film with enough surface pleasures and depth that will satisfy any audience
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Review: Photograph

Ritesh Batra’s PHOTOGRAPH eschews traditional cinematic depictions of love and romance and avoids overwrought grand gestures to instead focus on the small moments that make up true loving relationships.
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