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The Best-Reviewed Films and TV of 2016

Plus: Batman v Superman the auction,and The Mountain moves a washing machine. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

John Wick Is Officially Relit

At least according to the new poster, photos, and TV spot. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

Rubber Guillotine Cuts Through Teenage Angst

A micro short about determining what you want from life. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

No Country for Old Men and the Value of Human Life

Is it worth everything, or nothing? A new video explores. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

Is This the Sweetest, Goofiest, and Funniest X-Rated Movie Ever?

Not all adult films are created equally. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

The Perfect Shots of Disney Animation

A new montage gathers the best of the best. When it comes to getting that one perfect shot, animators have an especial opportunity. After all, they’re not dependent on the right lighting, or the perfect camera angle or focal length, they aren’t too reliant upon performance or production design, costuming or hair and makeup. All an […]

Lemony Snicket’s Unlikely Journey

Unfortunate events led to the series transition from book to screen and to screen again. The saying life imitates art could not be more appropriate for Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. Similar to the sad story of the Baudelaire orphans, the franchise was shifted around to different families before finally a home on Netflix. […]

John Lewis and The Americans of Selma

Watching movies in the shadow of President-elect Trump. The man in the picture is on his knees. His back is arched painfully as if refusing to concede to gravity, his tan trench coat crumpling alongside the lines of his body, his one arm bent away from the attack while the other — elbow jaggedly aimed at the […]

What We Need From Movies in 2017

Episode 124: writer/director BenDavid Grabinski joins Scott and Geoff to make some demands. After the surprise wins and disappointments of 2016, what are your hopes, dreams and needs from the cinema of 2017? Award-winning filmmaker BenDavid Grabinski is our guest this week, helping us discuss innovation in superhero movies, the call for diverse casting, and the […]

12 Movies to Watch After You See Martin Scorsese’s Silence

Martin Scorsese wears his cinephilia on his screen. Martin Scorsese knows his film history. He was a cinephile before he was a filmmaker, and he’s proven his interest and expertise in interviews, with documentaries, and through his own inspired narrative works. He’s not as obvious about his influences as some of his peers, and anyway he’s […]