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If it’s the middle or end of January it’s Sundance Film Festival time. The 2018 edition of America’s greatest film festival will mark my 14th straight year covering it and it’s been one long adventure. READ MORE: Sundance 2018: …

If you took a shot every time you read “Hollywood has a misogyny problem” in 2017, you would be long dead. That doesn’t mean it’s not a point worth belaboring — on the contrary, if the past year of entertainment news has taught us anything, it’s that s…

With “The Commuter,” director Jaume Collet-Serra and his frequent action muse Liam Neeson complete their unofficial “Planes, Trains and Automobiles” trilogy. In 2010, an uneasy taxi crashes into Berlin’s Spree and gives Ne…

There’s nothing quite like falling in love… On this episode of Adjust Your Tracking, Joe and I fall head over heels for the new PTA joint, “Phantom Thread.” We may as well be Cher from “Clueless,” that is, we’r…

There’s nothing intrinsically wrong with conventional, chronological cinematic storytelling, nor is there anything fundamentally good about non-linear structures in film. There must be a good reason to alter a story’s chronology, be it to convey a char…

Drink, be merry, and keep up with the Golden Globes winners here. Analysis to follow! The nominees are as follows: Best Motion Picture – Drama “Call Me By Your Name” “Dunkirk” “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” “The Post” “Th…