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Jordan Ruimy

Jordan Ruimy

In a summer of weekly blockbusters, it’s easy for some of the best, and culturally significant, films to get lost in the shuffle. Let’s try to not make that be the case with “Crazy Rich Asians,” which is the first Hollywood stud…

Daniel Goldhaber‘s “Cam” feels like a great, un-aired episode of Netflix’s acclaimed anthology series “Black Mirror.” Goldhaber’s film is a mysterious dive into the unknown, a dreamy and surreal take on social …

If you’re brassy enough to name and make a film called “The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then Bigfoot,” you better deliver on that promise. Sadly, and surprisingly given the title’s absurdist genre connotations, director Robert D. …

If you’re brassy enough to name and make a film called “The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then Bigfoot,” you better deliver on that promise. Sadly, and surprisingly given the title’s absurdist genre connotations, director Robert D. …

Ruben Fleischer‘s “Zombieland” was not really on the mainstream radar by the time it was released in the fall of 2009, but the horror comedy road movie was a huge sleeper hit that year, grossing a respectable $75 million domestically …

With his raw, tender and heartfelt “Eighth Grade,” comedian-turned-filmmaker Bo Burnham has made one of the very best films of the year. Burnham‘s miracle of a movie is made all the more impressive by the fact this is the feature-length deb…

Over the last few years, it has become a common occurrence to have a famous director come out and reinforce to us the idea that cinema, as we know it, is dying or is being replaced by an unknown, almost hostile entity. The list speaks for itself, reall…

Almost fifty years ago to the day, a film was screened for invitation-only audiences in specially-equipped Cinerama theaters in select major cities throughout the States. It was a preview of Stanley Kubrick‘s latest endeavor: an adaptation of sci…

We don’t really know if what David Lynch said yesterday about Donald Trump was actually “praise” or really just Lynch being Lynch and assessing a situation with a very different set of eyes, which he’s known to have. If you&#821…

“Twin Peaks: The Return” felt, for many like this generation’s “2001: A Space Odyssey.” It broke the rules of television and Lynch’s vision was so far out, it almost felt like a broadcast from another dimension. The …