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Brand New Streaming Options

George Wolf George Wolf Brand New Streaming Options

There are more ways than ever for us shut ins to enjoy brand spanking new movies, and in many cases, help out the cinemas we miss so terribly. Here is this week’s crop of brand new streaming films, most of which you can view via Gateway Film Center and Wexner Center for the Arts websites, […]

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Austen, Greed, Fire and Feral Unicorns in Theaters

George Wolf George Wolf Austen, Greed, Fire and Feral  Unicorns in Theaters

Why would Pixar put out a film in the family film off-season? Can Jane Austen still charm and entertain? Why did it take so long for the spectacular Portrait of a Lady on Fire to get to Columbus? We will answer some of those questions, but at least one is rhetorical. Onward by Hope Madden […]

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Love and Other Stories in Theaters

George Wolf George Wolf Love and Other Stories in Theaters

It’s the weekend for lovers, and for bitterness and for blue CGI (nothing says love like blue CGI). Is any of it any good? We can’t promise you’ll get lucky, but we can help you choose your movies wisely. Downhill by George Wolf If you’re a pair of American filmmakers out to remake an exceptional […]

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Harley Quinn Flick Doesn’t Suck and Other Movie Surprises

George Wolf George Wolf Harley Quinn Flick Doesn’t Suck and Other Movie Surprises

It’s Oscar week and that means local theaters have loaded their screens with nominees, so if you somehow managed to miss Parasite or Jojo Rabbit, Little Women or Pain and Glory, Honeyland or American Factory, now is your chance. Take it! But if you have seen the big vote getters, here’s a nice surprise: the […]

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Guns & Ghosts to Liven Up Your January

George Wolf George Wolf Guns & Ghosts to Liven Up Your January

January drags on with more mediocre to disappointing films, unless you look a little harder. Oscar nominee for best foreign language film Les Miserable (do not expect to sing along) finally lands in CBUS and Alfre Woodard gives a full-blown clinic on acting with her latest, Clemency. There’s also great dance doc at the Wex, […]

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Tarantino’s 9 + Some Coming to Studio 35

George Wolf George Wolf Tarantino’s 9 + Some Coming to Studio 35

Who’s hungry for a Royale with Cheese? Mike McGraner hopes you’re down for a dozen. “Literally everything Quentin Tarantino’s directed, acted in or written is going to be shown over twelve months,” McGraner says. Coming off a successful showcase of David Lynch’s film history last year, McGraner didn’t have to ponder too long for his […]

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One Big Recommendation This Week at the Movies

George Wolf George Wolf One Big Recommendation This Week at the Movies

Why they made us wait this long for 1917 we may never know, but the point is, it’s here now and it’s the movie to see. What else is out this week? Let’s walk through it. 1917 by George Wolf War. Maybe you’ve heard of it lately. Taking inspiration from the past, director Sam Mendes […]

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