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MOVIE REVIEWS
 

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Kind of a goofy James-Bond-in-space adventure with fantastic alien critters, "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" is creative, but shallow.

Dunkirk

"Dunkirk" is dazzling cinema, an all-time war movie and a genuine thrill ride in the purest sense.

Indy Film Fest: Hear the Silence (Höre die Stille)

"Hear the Silence" is not your stereotypical war movie, but that's what makes it special.

Indy Film Fest: Dreamland: Mark Twain’s Journey to Jerusalem

An insightful look into a largely unknown period of Twain's life and a glimpse of the writer before he became *the* Mark Twain.

Indy Film Fest: Jennifer Reeder

The Hoosier director of "Signature Move" talks about her filmmaking journey in Indiana, describing herself as "a unicorn swimming uphill both ways in the snow."

Indy Film Fest: It’s Not the Time of My Life (Ernelláék Farkaséknál)

A spectacular and dizzying film that uses the confines of an apartment to explore two families' interesting dynamic.

Indy Film Fest: A Quiet Storm

A searing drama with elements of race, morality and poverty, "A Quiet Storm" is one of the best of the Indy Film Fest

Indy Film Festival: Groom’s Block

Inside a prison for sex criminals, director Ilker Savaskurt tries to shock and depress with human subjugation, but fails to offer characters about whom to care.