'Good Time' and 'Uncut Gems' marks a refreshing revival of Scorsese’s subversive tendencies, while also observing how they are offering a vivid new beginning in the crime thriller genre.
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At its core, 'Joe Versus the Volcano' is about realizing how small life is and learning to surrender yourself to the things that truly make you happy.
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Sudden old age is Sophie’s catalyst for a new life, and while each stage of life is different, it is the living that is the important part.
Vincente Minnelli's 'The Band Wagon' and Stanley Donen's 'Singin' in the Rain' address themes of technological change and potential irrelevance in Holl…
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