A Round-up of New Movies in Theaters, Online and Available for Home Viewing



What begins as a prototypical forbidden gay romance – the kind that has been done many, many times before – …
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'Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin'

‘Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin’

Director Arwen Curry’s superbly crafted documentary about science fiction/fantasy author Ursula K. Le Guin provides an excellent overview of her …
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'Holes in the Sky: The Sean Miller Story"

‘Holes in the Sky: The Sean Miller Story”

The problem with the “found footage” or “recovered footage” genre is that it can only really be done once to …
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'2.0 Lucy'

‘2.0 Lucy’

Redeeming oneself in the face of public disgrace can be a strong motivation to vindicate oneself. So it is for …
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'A Mother of No Destination'

‘A Mother of No Destination’

It’s rare that I give a 0 rating to any film, but, if there ever were one that deserved one, …
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'Tales of Tomorrow' ('Contos do Amanhã')

‘Tales of Tomorrow’ (‘Contos do Amanhã’)

It’s quite a disappointment when a film with an intriguing premise falls on its face in its execution. So it …
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'The Shasta Triangle'

‘The Shasta Triangle’

The area surrounding California’s fabled Mt. Shasta is famous for its bizarre mystical and paranormal activities, but none of them …
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“Deliverdream” may not be technically perfect, but it’s certainly thought-provoking, showing that the difference between science fiction and science fact …
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Writer-director James D. Cordoza’s ambitious metaphysical-paranormal tale of a gifted young teen’s investigation into the mysterious disappearance of her brother …
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