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  • Archive
  • Archive

    It’s the year 2038 as Archive opens, taking viewers through a snowy and serene shot on the way to a secret facility code-named “The Garden.” Situated halfway up a snow-capped mountain near Kyoto, this is where George Almore (Theo James) has spent almost three years attempting to build a “true human-equivalent android.” His work is virtually complete, except for the most sensitive phase, which poses a major problem. more...
  • The Banker
  • The Banker (R)

    Between the Trump family and Wall Street corruption, it can be hard for modern moviegoers to imagine real estate moguls and bankers as heroes in any setting. more...
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  • Beastie Boys Story
  • Beastie Boys Story

    As Beastie Boys Story opens in a live theater setting it begs the question of whether we’re in for little more than a hip-hop TED Talk, but it’s soon clear that the forum is more suitable for the group to tell their tale than the standard talking-head-filled music doc. more...
  • Best in Show (PG-13)

    I found this 2000 follow-up to Waiting for Guffman funnier than its predecessor, in part because the characters are regarded with more affection and less snobbery, even if most are still yokels. more...
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  • Bungalow
  • Bungalow

    Considered a quintessential work of the Berlin School movement, the subtly provocative debut feature (2002) of German writer-director Ulrich Köhler depicts several days in the life of a young soldier, Paul (Lennie Burmeister, in a phenomenal performance), after he goes AWOL from the army to hide out at his parents’ countryside bungalow. more...
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