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<i>Five Feet Apart</i>

Five Feet Apart

The Romance Isn’t The Only Thing That’s Doomed
Ask any high school teacher — or, for that matter, any high schooler — and they’ll tell you the surest way to get two

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Downtown Movies: the Powerhouse Cinema Grill

Downtown Movies: the Powerhouse Cinema Grill

Malco Bets Big On A Restored Memphis Jewel
On Thursday, March 7th, Malco Theaters will open its newest movie palace. The Powerhouse Cinema Grill is located at the intersection of Front and

<i>How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World</i>

How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

When Childhood Heroes Grow Up
If you keep telling stories about the same characters, eventually you're going to end up buried under your own lore. This can be frustrating

<i>Alita: Battle Angel</i>

Alita: Battle Angel

Sumptuous Visuals Save James Cameron’s Passion Project
Today's useful Hollywood term is "development hell." That's the phase of production between ostensible green lighting and the start of actual filming. When all

<i>What Men Want</i>

What Men Want

Taraji P. Henson deserves better than this
One of these days, someone's going to write a leading role worthy of Taraji P. Henson. Maybe that seems like an ignorant thing to

Oxford Film Festival 2019

Oxford Film Festival 2019

The annual event brings diverse, hard hitting cinema to Mississippi
The Oxford Film Festival always gives Mid-South cinephiles something to look forward to as the winter doldrums set in at the multiplex. This year's

<i>High Maintenance</i>

High Maintenance

HBO's stoner anthology series takes a grassroots approach to good television
HBO's stoner anthology series takes a grassroots approach to good television

<i>The Kid Who Would Be King</i>

The Kid Who Would Be King

Director Joe Cornish presents a feel-good take on the legend of King Arthur
Director Joe Cornish presents a feel-good take on the legend of King Arthur

<i>Glass</i>

Glass

Broken
Broken

<i>Vice</i>

Vice

Christian Bale transforms into Dick Cheney in this blackest of political comedies.
What do you do about a problem like Dick Cheney? The former Vice President of the United States sits at a pivot point in

<i>Roma</i>

Roma

Alfonso Cuarón's intimate, yet epic, ode to Mexico
A new film from Alfonso Cuarón is a rare treat. Roma is only his ninth film in the 27 years since Solo con Tu

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