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The Draws of Summer Cinema

June has arrived! As we take a moment to realize we’ve (somehow) entered the sixth month of a year that feels like a repeat of the last two, let us reflect on some of the weird, wacky and wild movies hitting theaters in the coming weeks. First up, a biographical comedy film titled Phantom of the Open. Based on real...

May’s Offerings

The fifth month of the year has shuffled its way down the line, and I may or may not have some movies for you to check out! (Sorry, writing differing intros gets difficult so you may just have to deal with these puns for now … maybe.) Starting with another Marvel tent-pole film, the month opens with Doctor Strange in...

Springtime Cinema

We enter April filled with anticipation and hopefulness for a normality we have not felt in a long while. This month brings a lot of atmospheric and horror-centric films, so grab the popcorn and a hand to hold – we’ve got some wild ones! Starting with the spooky, we have You Won’t Be Alone. A directorial debut for Goran Stolevski,...

Something for Everyone

A aaah, March. We’ve moved past the first two months of 2022, where films were questionable at best and outright awful at worst. Will this month bring something worthwhile? Here’s a list of things I think might just do that: Kicking things off with a bang, The Batman comes out swinging. Originally a vehicle for Ben Affleck’s older Batman, the...

The Month of Action

February is here – the month of love! Unfortunately, I don’t really have any romantic recommendations for you, but there are still some flicks on the horizon to check out, especially if you’re into comedy, action or mystery. Searching for extreme physical violence mixed with bizarre comedy? Look no further than Jackass Forever. In the fourth film of the series,...

Welcome, 2022!

January has arrived ... when movies are typically taken out to pasture and killed. Bleak, I know, but there are a few films this month that might rise above that predestined path. Welcome to 2022!  First up is The Tender Bar. Written by William Monahan (The Departed) and directed by George Clooney, the film stars Tye Sheridan as J.R. Moehringer,...

A Strong Closer

December is here, and there are soooo many movies. Strap in, we’ve got a lot to cover! Prepare yourself for some song and dance numbers as we begin the month with West Side Story. Directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Ansel Elgort (Baby Driver) and Rachel Zegler in her film debut, it looks like the Oscar contender of the season....

Mission: Exoneration

Wrongful convictions are not easy to overturn, even when the defense has DNA evidence on its side. Five to seven years is a typical timetable for working toward exoneration, says Vicki Behenna, executive director of the Oklahoma Innocence Project, which tries to reverse wrongful convictions in the state. “We call it the innocence movement,” says Behenna, who spent 25 years as...

No False Starts

Around Town It’s that time of year again when we encourage a brief trip over the stateline to Missouri in search of the best documentary films in the world. The schedule for this year’s True/False Film Festival, Feb. 28-March 3 in Columbia, won’t be out until after this goes to print, but the festival is sure to have another slate...