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‘After Everything’ Is A Romantic Dramedy That Can’t Survive Its Toxic,...

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 derision for its assumption that a woman wearing headphones is single, straight, […]

First Look: Chloë Grace Moretz & Sasha Lane In ‘The Miseducation...

Next year, there will be two dramas about so-called gay conversion. There’s Joel Edgerton‘s awards season primed “Boy Erased,” but arriving first will be “Appropriate Behavior” director Desiree Akhavan‘s “The Miseducation of Cameron Post.” READ MORE: 15 Most Anticipated New Films From The 2018 Sundance Film Festival Starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Sasha Lane, Forrest Goodluck, John Gallagher […]

‘American Honey’ Star Sasha Lane Added To ‘Hellboy’ Reboot

Andrea Arnold’s raw and electrifying “American Honey,” a 160-minute road trip through an America rarely seen on screen — perhaps a modern day “Grapes of Wrath” with an added dose of “On the Road” — was clearly born of a disenfranchised millennial experience. Arnold depicted a generation disconnected with their country, living on the fringes rather than trying […]

The 20 Best Breakthrough Performances Of 2016

We’re well and truly into December now, which means it’s time to dive into our year-end coverage for real after wetting our feet last week with Best Trailers and Best Posters. First up, since it seems like a fresh-faced and optimistic way to start our look at the year now ending, and after the forward-looking […]

‘American Honey’ Leads Winners At British Independent Film Awards, ‘Under The...

As December rolls along (only twenty more shopping days until Christmas!) the awards keeping coming, and over the weekend, it was the folks at the British Independent Film Awards turn to hand out the honors. In case you’re wondering, this will have little to no impact on how Oscar voting will go, but if anything, […]

9 Takeaways From The 2017 Spirit Awards Nods And How ‘Elle’...

The Independent Spirit Awards has been a strange beast for most of this decade. They have often rewarded under the radar masterpieces and performances (Mya Taylor’s win in Best Supporting Female for “Tangerine” last year) but have also made head-scratching nominations in the, um, spirit of “independent spirit” (the curious case of “American”-made “The Artist”). […]

‘American Honey’s’ Sasha Lane Knows Her ‘A Star Is Born’ Chance...

What happened to Sasha Lane isn’t supposed to happen anymore. Minding her own business in Panama City, FL during Spring Break 2015, the Texas college student was approached by director Andrea Arnold about starring in her upcoming film, “American Honey.” Only a few weeks later the 19-year-old would find herself acting opposite well known stars […]

Andrea Arnold’s ‘American Honey’ Nectar-Hued, Poignant & Propulsive [Review]

Youth is not exactly wasted on the young, even when the young are as wasted as they frequently are in Andrea Arnold‘s nectar-hued, poignant, yet propulsive “American Honey.” It’s more that youth is impossible to experience when you’re young — it is an unexamined state that has no frame of reference to anything else. So […]

On The Rise 2016: 20 Actors & Actresses To Watch

One of the most thrilling things about being a watcher of film and TV is the sheer amount of new talent that you get to see shine. Even just watching a few movies a year, you’re bound to stumble across a bright new actor or actress who, you can tell from the minute they step on screen, […]

New Trailer For Andrea Arnold’s ‘American Honey’ Will Make You Want...

One of the most talked about movies of the Cannes Film Festival, Andrea Arnold‘s “American Honey” — which snapped up the Jury Prize and the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury Special Mention (with lots of people saying it deserved the Palme d’Or) — is coming in hot from the Croisette, into the fall festival season, and […]

Watch The First Trailer For Andrea Arnold’s Cannes-Prize-Winning ‘American Honey’ Starring...

It seemed to us, going into 2016, that one of the surefire cinematic highlights of the year would be the return of Andrea Arnold. Her first film “Red Road” was one of the most striking directorial debuts of the century so far, and follow-up “Fish Tank” was even better. Not everyone loved follow-up “Wuthering Heights,” […]

Cannes Review: Andrea Arnold’s ‘American Honey’ Is A Glorious, Golden Ode...

Youth is not exactly wasted on the young, even when the young are as wasted as they frequently are in Andrea Arnold‘s nectar-hued, poignant, yet propulsive “American Honey.” It’s more that youth is impossible to experience when you’re young — it is an unexamined state that has no frame of reference to anything else. So […]

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