The plotting isn’t the film’s strongest suit. But the attention to characterization makes up for it, particularly Danvers’ journey toward becoming a formidable female who ultimately realizes that she doesn’t need to answer to anyone.
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Thanks to SEDA, Savannah became the first city in the state to add additional benefits on top of Georgia’s already generous incentives
Analyzing this year’s contenders
FOLLOWING the recent announcement of the nominations for the 91st Academy Awards, many favorites — or should that be favourites?
According to the Savannah Regional Film Commission, these productions accounted for $120 million in direct spending locally and had a total economic impact of well over $250 million in 2018 alone
Mountainfilm On Tour doc explores issues of body positivity
At about 250 pounds, Valerio routinely runs — and completes — marathons and ultramarathons, and does quite well
Director V. Scott Balcerek talks about his new documentary on an unlikely musical duo
The film centers around Sterling "Mr. Satan" McGee and Adam Gussow, a duo that met playing blues together on the streets of Harlem in the 1980s
The impetus for more education about reproductive healthcare should be clear in our political climate
Highs and lows of the cinematic year in review
THE 10 BEST
Aquaman is the sort of overstuffed extravaganza that’s so intent on hitting all the requisite superhero beats that it never develops a heartbeat of its own.
Emily Blunt was the right choice to assume the Andrews mantle. As the magically endowed nanny who reappears in 1935 (25 years after the first film’s timeframe) to again aid the Banks family, she’s an absolute delight, retaining Andrews’ frosty demeanor but adding a spark of sly mischievousness to her interpretation.
The switch provides the series with a breath of fresh air, but to state that the picture is in any way a remarkable achievement is absurd.
Beach Institute kicks off documentary series with ‘The American South As We Know It’
As most know, racism is by no means over, and its effects are still seen today