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Characters go one-on-one both on and off the court in director Steven Soderbergh’s new sports drama “High Flying Bird,” though … Continue reading High Flying Bird: High-rise hoop dreams
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Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón returns with a stunning, yet melancholic film sure to dazzle audiences who catch his latest work, … Continue reading Roma: Memories of a childhood