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Jon Favreau’s best film emerges as a perfect food movie. Continue reading

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The Matrix (1999)

Popcorn entertainment fused with philosophy, “The Matrix” is one of the best films of the ’90s and a prophecy for the world today. Continue reading

Sam’s Top 10 Films of 2013

2013 was a fun, enriching year at the movies. Here’s what Sam’s heart told him were the year’s best films. Continue reading

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While the original “Carrie” is an essential horror film, this year’s remake is an essential high school drama that happens to have horror elements. Continue reading

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“Jobs” is not a grand biopic, but it’s an enchanting reminder of the childlike wonder with which we should view technology and its creators. Continue reading

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A documentary about SeaWorld that feels like a prison drama, “Blackfish” proves that truth is stranger than fiction. Continue reading

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8mm (1999)

This criminally underrated film is the kind of thriller Hitchcock would have made if he were around in the ’90s. Continue reading

Ronald Short, writer/director of “Billi & Theodore”

Indiana-bred filmmaker Ronald Short walks the path of Richard Linklater with his freewheeling road trip comedy. Continue reading

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American Beauty (1999)

Sam Mendes’ debut film stuns with its thrillingly cinematic depiction of suburbia. Continue reading

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For newbies to horror, this richly animated film is an enchanting introduction. Continue reading

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