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Artsweek Reviews Avengers: Infinity War

“Infinity War” is a movie that shouldn’t have worked, but it did, and it’s fun.
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Worst to Best: Artsweek Ranks Wes Anderson Films

With his ninth film, “Isle of Dogs,” hitting theaters this weekend, the esoteric auteur’s filmography could end up becoming one of the most celebrated in American cinema.
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‘Annihilation’: More Shimmer Than Substance

“Annihilation” is a visual feast and highly suspenseful, even downright scary at times. However, it’s hard to get around the lackluster characters, overworked dialogue and vague conclusion.
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Spielberg Dares to be Stupid

It's morbidly amusing to consider that Steven Spielberg directed an adaptation of Twilight for boys.
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Wes Anderson Embraces His Eccentricity in ‘Isle of Dogs’

“Isle of Dogs,” serves as a reflection of Anderson’s inquisitive perspective of the world. The simplicity of the ideas which linger throughout his mind are brought to light on the big screen and...
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A Spring Slate of Films

Ah, spring. Here's a few films to look out for in the upcoming season.
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Watch Mikey Alfred’s Colorful ‘Summer of ’17 Episode 2’

The skating and film world merge thanks to the mastermind behind “Illegal Civilization,” director Mikey Alfred.
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Live-Action ‘Fullmetal Alchemist’ Sacrifices Its Wonder

Fullmetal Alchemist has wonderful characterization, amazing world-building, fun humor and an all-around joyous sense of adventure.
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Donald Glover’s Surreal World of Atlanta

“Atlanta” is nothing like any TV show the world has ever seen before. It takes risks, it immerses the audience and it speaks huge volumes in brief moments.
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Artsweek’s 2018 Oscars Predictions

Artsweek makes predictions for the 90th Academy Awards.
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Marvel Films: From Worst to Best

Over the past 10 years, the MCU has not had a truly terrible movie, though some of them have been fairly lackluster.
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‘Black Panther’ Leaps Its Way to the Top

Ryan Coogler's  "Black Panther" is a film rooted in real-life issues that tells one of Marvel's more grounded stories while being set in an unabashedly sci-fi setting.
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‘Big Sick’ Writers Uncover Their Roots at Script to Screen

The Big Sick champions the romantic comedy genre, delivering humor, heart and reality while simultaneously staying true to its roots.
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Script to Screen: Jordan Peele Discusses ‘Get Out’

To lighten the mood, Peele talked about alternate endings. There were two endings that were filmed: an ending with Chris going to jail and the ending shown in the film. To our surprise, there was one ...
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In Photos: 33rd Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Celebrities and media flocked to the Arlington Theatre as the 33rd Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival hit the red carpet.
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