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Glenn Close’s performance in ‘The Wife’ tops September movie wrap-up

Last month was not cupcakes and sprinkles for Hollywood, but Close's moving portrayal of conflicted wife was stunning

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‘Sciuscià’: An arresting depiction of youth incarceration in post-World War II Italy

La Cineteca Italiana’s first showing this semester is different than what you are used to: That is a good thing

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With attention span in mind, your Netflix recommendations this September

From Scott Pilgrim vs the World to Gone Baby Gone, Netflix satisfies varying levels of attentiveness are satisfied as school starts up again

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Movie Review: Eighth Grade is just like we remember — more anxiety than nostalgia

Movie emphasizes social cues, anxious moments from middle school point of view

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Movie Review: Crazy Rich Asians gives rare, hilarious insight to Asian-American culture

Romantic-comedy genre sees boost from cast filled with undervalued talent

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Movie Review: BlacKkKlansman opens up doors for discussion about race, Charlottesville

BlacKkKlansman makes Trump's comments about Charlottesville impossible to forget

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Flix Brewhouse attracts moviegoers, foodies alike

Cinema inside East Towne Mall targets timely, mature audiences for superior viewing experience

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Dan Savage’s Hump! film festival brings sex-positive, inclusive vibes

Offers different perspective on porn with 21 short films

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Lucy Hale, Tyler Posey talk new psychological horror film, ‘Truth or Dare’

Stars credit movie's success to Blumhouse's creative decisions, risk taking

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Muhammad Ali documentary ties role of athletes, black women to hip-hop

Film takes viewers on journey across time, providing fresh insight on how first wave of MC’s were influenced, pushed to greater heights