Tagged: family

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Monday Movie: Kes, by David Bax

Angry art wielded in service of a specific sociopolitical agenda is rarely subtle (even when it’s good; see Sorry to Bother You or listen to Billy Bragg for proof). The same generally goes for movies about child/animal attachments (those can...

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I Do Movies Badly: The Freshman

Your enjoyment of The Freshman can be perfectly predicted based on the tried and true formula that Harold Lloyd laid out in Girl Shy and Safety Last! previously: Tell the perpetually true story of someone who wants to be more than they are.