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  • Nov 1-7, 2017
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News & Opinion

  • Editor's Note
  • Editor's Note: Let's chat about Neighborhood Chat Pages

    There are several notable neighborhood Facebook pages in town, a couple of which are already the stuff of legend. Most all of them provide a similar mix of helpful information, effective community organizing, unintentional comedy, and outright nasty confrontation.

Special Issues

  • Review: I, Tonya
  • SCAD Savannah Film Festival Issue
  • Review: I, Tonya

    Margot Robbie skillfully embraces the skater's vulnerability without ever showing her as pathetic; Harding's innate competitor’s pride and defiant spirit remain throughout, and that’s what always made Harding such a compelling figure.
  • Review: Beatriz At Dinner
  • SCAD Savannah Film Festival Issue
  • Review: Beatriz At Dinner

    Throughout the film, small doses of magical realism soften the edges of its harsh and timely reality. As predator chases prey and cancer eats away, any shred of tenderness and compassion from a dinner guest is welcome, but often disappoints.
  • Review: Frankenstein
  • SCAD Savannah Film Festival Issue
  • Review: Frankenstein

    One of the many unique aspects of this adaptation of the classic story by Mary Shelley is that Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller have the capacity to trade roles as the eponymous scientist and his troubled creation, each actor knowing the lines of each character and fully versed in each role. In this showing on Halloween night at the Lucas, we got the treat of Cumberbatch himself as the Creature. It is, quite simply, the performance of a lifetime.

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