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Just before First Man becomes available on video on Jan. 22, Ed shares his thoughts on the “out of this world” film by Damien Chazelle, director of La La Land.

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While it's not exactly a meaningful or particularly insightful film, Green Book is still an enjoyable story with strong performances

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Seeing Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope with live symphony accompaniment is both nostalgic and something entirely new. 

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In many ways, the film is a horror movie where the terror comes from the pain and suffering inflicted on innocents by people trying to do what they believe is right.

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Bohemian Rhapsody wondrously recreates what was, and spends little time speculating about why. Thankfully, it’s a story about the music Queen gave us and not a pretentious exploration of who Mercury “really” was.

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Award-winning documentary about Eva Kor, a Holocaust survivor who found a new home as a Hoosier, airs this week on WFYI. 

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The Heartland Film Festival offers a wide array of diverse stories and storytellers over the course of 11 days. We've already picked out our "must-see" films this year, starting with these 10 documentaries that focus on truly remarkable women.

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Fine performances abound in this nightmarish narrative of guns and narcotics set in the Detroit of the 1980s.

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While not entirely free from the trappings of the genre, Juliet, Naked is to a great extent an enjoyable old school romantic comedy with a distinctive counter-culture mindset.

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A new telling of the Lizzie Borden story owes more to fiction than facts, but that doesn’t make this latest version of the infamous crime any less compelling

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If you’re the kind of person who can spend hours quietly wandering through a bookstore soaking up the atmosphere and romance, this film will transport you in much the same way.

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So much of this romantic comedy works: a gorgeous setting, charismatic characters, and a rollicking soundtrack. But a storyline heavy in cliches comes dangerously close to ruining it all. 

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Spike Lee’s latest is invigorating, illuminating and imperfect. But impressive performances and a spot-on message about racism then and now make it entertaining and worth recommending.

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Fine performances abound in this nightmarish narrative of guns and narcotics set in the Detroit of the 1980s.

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While not entirely free from the trappings of the genre, Juliet, Naked is to a great extent an enjoyable old school romantic comedy with a distinctive counter-culture mindset.

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A new telling of the Lizzie Borden story owes more to fiction than facts, but that doesn’t make this latest version of the infamous crime any less compelling

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If you’re the kind of person who can spend hours quietly wandering through a bookstore soaking up the atmosphere and romance, this film will transport you in much the same way.

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So much of this romantic comedy works: a gorgeous setting, charismatic characters, and a rollicking soundtrack. But a storyline heavy in cliches comes dangerously close to ruining it all. 

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Spike Lee’s latest is invigorating, illuminating and imperfect. But impressive performances and a spot-on message about racism then and now make it entertaining and worth recommending.

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Yes, it's a sequel to a sequel to a sequel. Yes, Tom Cruise is still weird. But forget all that and go see the best action adventure movie of the summer.