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In the burn bright and fade away world of memes, you might have forgotten all about the sizeable backlash spawned a couple years back by The Modern Man article, “How To Talk To A Woman Wearing Headphones.” The step-by-step pickup guide quickly earned …

Grab your tissues, or don’t, but be prepared that you might need them when you stroll into the cinema to see Hannah Marks and Joey Power’s feature directorial debut with the seemingly incredible love story “After Everything.” In a sim…

Elijah Bynum’s directorial debut and A24 release, “Hot Summer Nights” is not a by-the-numbers coming of age story as an unlikely teenager winds up in a sticky situation dealing drugs to the locals in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Not the ideal way to cross …

“Return to your tasks immediately or I will inflict pain,” is a line you hear sputtered by Gary Oldman in the new teaser trailer for “TAU” as actress Maika Monroe attempts to escape the smart house that he controls. There have b…

This time last year, very few film fans knew about actor Timothée Chalamet. However, since the Sundance Film Festival premiere of “Call Me By Your Name,” the young actor has skyrocketed to fame and suddenly he’s everywhere. Last year,…

Arthouse coming-of-age films are doing better than ever in 2017. From “Lady Bird” to “Call Me By Your Name,” festival favorites from earlier in the year are now poised for mainstream success and Oscar buzz. But the genre is a difficult one to execute, …

It’s 1972 and the United States is facing challenges both at home and abroad. The Vietnam War is still raging but public opinion has turned strongly against it, while on home soil, groups like The Weather Underground are becoming increasingly violent in their anti-government action. Meanwhile, Richard Nixon is preparing for a looming election, and then, roughly four months before ballots are cast, the Watergate Hotel is broken into with the aim of wiretapping the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee. Continue reading Liam Neeson’s ‘Mark Felt’ Attempts To Bring Down The White House’ [TIFF Review] at The Playlist.