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Bigger is not always better. That's certainly the case with "A Wrinkle in Time," the second motion picture adaptation of Madeleine L'Engle's beloved and multi-award winning … more
A highly focused thriller with sci-fi overtones, ‘It Comes at Night” just might keep you up past your bedtime. For nightmares? Maybe, but the uneasy gut feeling that lingers is more the culprit. more
In the second chapter of the “John Wick” trilogy of action films, the story picks up with the “hero” of our story smack in the middle of another super-nihilistic fight to the death, this time over his beloved Ford Mustang. more
The town of Taos plans to celebrate the life of Dennis Hopper, the late actor, filmmaker, artist and former Taos resident, with a day of events. The celebration will take place Wednesday (May 17), … more
  Mothers and their children — good, bad, saintly or incredibly, violently evil — have always been at the core of Ridley Scott’s “Alien” saga. Even the … more
Right off the bat, I’m going to say what needs to be said: “La La Land” is flawed. Despite its mountain of accolades, it is not the best musical ever made. It does, however, accomplish what any serviceable musical must do: It dazzles. It excites. And, it will make you shrug off the grimy overcoat of today’s contentious reality to embrace a deliciously candy-colored cinematic fantasy as soon as that now-famous freeway traffic jam dance sequence hits the screen. more
There is great promise in writer-director Taylor Sheridan’s new film, “Wind River.” more
Taos Center for the Arts will be recapturing the magic of pre-digital cinema with a weeklong “35mm Film Bash.” Its “new” vintage 35-millimeter equipment will be showcased with four very different films from bygone eras at the Taos Community Auditorium. more
One of the reasons for that rep is that he doesn’t pull any punches. If something in a given story leads down a particularly dark and very nasty alley, he’ll take you there and make you … more
A long time ago the Western movie star John Wayne explained to me that Western movies weren’t really expressions of what happened in America’s frontier. Instead, they were more akin to … more
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