KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE (2017): Review by Brigid Presecky and Georgiana Presecky

KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE (2017): Review by Brigid Presecky and Georgiana Presecky

Screenwriter Jane Goldman and director Matthew Vaughn bring their charming British spy franchise Kingsman stateside for an equally whacky if less original sequel. With a few too many villains and seemingly wasted big stars, Kingsman: The Golden Circle still puts a fun spin on the spy genre. (GEP: 4/5, BKP: 3.5/5 ) Review by Managing…

THE WRONG LIGHT (2016): Review by Roza Melkumyan
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THE WRONG LIGHT (2016): Review by Roza Melkumyan

Directors Josie Swantek Heitz’s and Dave Adams’ documentary The Wrong Light takes place in Thailand, where the business of human trafficking is prevalent. The film begins by diving into the personal story of activist Mickey Choothesa, focusing on his work rescuing young girls from brothels and bringing them to the Children’s Organization of Southeast Asia…

LOOK & SEE - A PORTRAIT OF WENDELL BERRY: Review by Rachel Kastner (2016)
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LOOK & SEE - A PORTRAIT OF WENDELL BERRY: Review by Rachel Kastner (2016)

Look & See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry is less a portrait of the American novelist-poet-farmer than it is a portrait of the issues facing rural American farming communities. In this documentary, directed by Laura Dunn and Jef Sewell, the audience is offered stories and testimonies of rural American voices—voices not often heard onscreen. The film loses…