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    LAFF Review: Post-Apocalyptic Drama 'The Well' is a Superb Debut for Tom S. Hammock

    Marking the directorial debut of production designer Tom S. Hammock ("You're Next," "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane”), it's hardly a surprise to note that "The Well" has a stunningly well-designed sense of place.

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    Review: 'The Signal' Shows What Happens With Too Much Sci-Fi Trickery

    The director's sophomore film, following his debut "Love," is defined by immeasurable ambition.

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    Edge Of Tomorrow

    'Edge Of Tomorrow,' with an intriguing premise and the ability to see it through to a satisfying conclusion, is more than razzle-dazzle visual effects.

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    Review: Tom Cruise Sustains the Enjoyable 'Edge of Tomorrow,' But You Have Better Movie Options This Summer

    "Edge of Tomorrow" is indeed the most original science fiction blockbuster of the summer, but there are much stronger options on a smaller scale.

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    30 Significant Black Characters In Science Fiction Films Based On 5 Basic Criteria (Video)

    In this case, significance is defined as “something that is conveyed as a meaning, often obscurely or indirectly.”

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    Review: Why 'Godzilla' Is a Fascinating Attempt to Reconfigure the Hollywood Blockbuster

    Just as the reptilian beast keeps battling ahead, the movie attempts to wrestle outrageous material into something worthy of serious consideration.

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    Review: Is the Heady Johnny Depp Tech Thriller 'Transcendence' Ahead of Its Time?

    Wally Pfister's debut is a heady science fiction effort that smartly explores mankind’s vulnerabilities in the information age.

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    Jonathan Glazer on Getting 'Under the Skin' of Scarlett Johansson and Why He Reads His Bad Reviews

    It's been a decade since iconic music video helmer Jonathan Glazer's entrancing sophomore feature "Birth," a film that drew both boos and applause at its world premiere in Venice. That film has since amassed a cult following. His third feature "Under the Skin" drew the same response in Venice last y...

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    Indiewire Picks Free Movies: Looking for a Musical Comedy and Don’t Care For Muppets? Try ‘The American Astronaut’ Instead

    Every week, Indiewire chief film critic Eric Kohn singles out a movie available for free streaming from our parent company SnagFilms' library and tells you why you should watch it now.

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    SXSW: Ethan Hawke on What Makes For Good Sci-Fi and Why Robert Redford Isn't That Great An Actor

    Over two decades into his career as a screen actor, Ethan Hawke is now in demand more than ever. Just last year he experienced the biggest box-office opening of his career with the surprise smash hit horror "The Purge," and now Hawke is at SXSW with not one, but two films: Richard Linklater's "Boyho...

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