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Review :: Girl Asleep

By Greg Vellante | Sep 30
A weird, wonderful and richly original film, "Girl Asleep" tells the surreal story of a 15-year-old teen girl's dream at a surprise birthday party.

Review :: The Story Of The Last Chrysanthemum

By Jake Mulligan | Sep 30
That "The Story of the Last Chrysanthemum" is finally seeing a worthy home video release should count among the highlights of any cineaste's year.

Film Fest Update: Chicago's Reeling Gets Better With Age

By Kevin Langson | Sep 30
Reeling, Chicago's Film Fest, just wrapped. EDGE contributor Kevin Langston watched numerous films there. Here's his assessments of some films that may likely turn up at a festival of theater near you in the upcoming months.

Tim Burton Slammed for Comments On New Movie's Diversity

Sep 30
Tim Burton is getting criticized on social media over his explanation on why his new movie's cast is overwhelmingly white.

Hart? Hanks? New Film Academy Members Offer Oscar Host Ideas

By Sandy Cohen | Sep 30
The newest members of the film academy will cast their first Oscar ballots this season, but the choice for Oscar host - usually decided in October - will be strictly up to Oscar brass.

Review :: A Man Called Ove

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 30
At its heart this film is a sweet love story, but around the margins are stories of other sorts -- funny, dramatic, tragic, all of them human and uplifting.

Review :: Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

By Kevin Taft | Sep 30
Tim Burton's latest is a visual feast, but the lavish production design doesn't make up for a confusing plot that plods along despite the cast's allure.

Review :: Ma Ma

By Greg Vellante | Sep 30
If you're a fan of the melodramatic, give "Ma Ma" a whirl. Just don't be surprised when, after two hours, your eyes are burning.

Review :: Denial

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 30
This slightly ponderous movie tells the true story of an American academic under attack by a Holocaust denier who maneuvers the situation such that she must do the near-impossible: Prove that the Holocaust actually happened.

Review :: Deepwater Horizon

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 30
We know that the rig is doomed to fireball status. Director Peter Berg makes getting there a suspenseful journey, while imparting a sober lesson and delivering an old-school disaster movie.

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