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<i>Incredibles 2</i> is fun and refreshing, but sequel mania is still exhausting

Incredibles 2 is fun and refreshing, but sequel mania is still exhausting

It's not better than The Incredibles, but it's not worse either, which is probably the best we can hope for in life

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? reminds us that Fred Rogers truly was our neighbor

A review of Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Ocean's 8 is the latest very unnecessary, but very fun all-female reboot

Mostly, the movie doesn't say anything deeper than "wouldn't it be fun if a bunch of women in amazing outfits stole a shitload of diamonds right under Anna Wintour's nose" and it doesn't need to

How Fred Rogers used his neighborhood to teach important, often radical, lessons

Over 50 years after the debut of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, it’s easy to forget the progressive ideas its creator shared with his audience of children.

Famous films get low-budget treatment at Row House Cinema’s Sweded Film Festival, but … ‘is it fun?’

"It's kind of what independent local movie theaters are made for.”

A new home for microcinema in Pittsburgh

Out of the ashes of Pittsburgh Extreme Radical Video came Blockbuster Video, a hub for short DIY films.

Even more over the top than the first, Deadpool 2 ups the comical violence, cultural references and lewd humor

Deadpool 2 sometimes feels like a dirtier version of Ready Player One

Reese Hayes' Half Bath webseries on Vimeo

The episodes tackle common issues arising from relationships, friendships and perhaps the most frustrating of all, dealing with crazy landlords

Filmmakers shows queer films for kids and adults

Some explore mythology while others retell traditional fairy tales from a queer perspective.

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