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Morgan Rojas

Morgan Rojas
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57% Funny Bunny (2015) Reminiscent of last year's Felt, Funny Bunny is a good festival pick, and perfect for those with a taste for eccentric films.‐ Cinemacy
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94% Land And Shade (La Tierra Y La Sombra) (2016) Land and Shade is a sensory-driven film about the stark reality of one salt of the earth, working class family, and their indelible perseverance for a better life.‐ Cinemacy
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93% Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict (2015) Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict is just as diverse and spectacular as Ms. Guggenheim herself was.‐ Cinemacy
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83% Kingdom Of Shadows (2015) Kingdom of Shadows may not have the answers to solve the problem it presents onscreen, but educating viewers is the first step.‐ Cinemacy
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73% Suffragette (2015) ... if you're looking for inspiration, education or a quality cinematic experience, look no further than here.‐ Cinemacy
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27% The Letters (2015) Instead, what we have here is a fair, melodramatic biopic that underwhelms when compared to what truly great work Mother Teresa accomplished.‐ Cinemacy
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100% Christmas, Again (2015) Christmas, Again is a welcome slow burn of enjoyment and reflection on the nuances of the season.‐ Cinemacy
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85% Stinking Heaven (2015) Despite not having as strong of a plot or linear storyline as the previously mentioned films, this type of filmmaking should be celebrated for its uniqueness and contribution to the indie catalog.‐ Cinemacy
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92% Anomalisa (2015) Anomalisa is a transfixing, thoughtful, and touching film that goes deep into the viewer's psyche and stirs up emotions of introspective thought.‐ Cinemacy
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91% A War (Krigen) (2016) In both a very literal and abstract sense, A War represents the universality of the human condition when put under extreme pressure and the lengths one is willing to go to in times of despair.‐ Cinemacy
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No Score Yet Better Off Single (2016) [Better Off Single] seems to just fall a bit short of what it has set out to achieve.‐ Cinemacy
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93% The Last Man On The Moon (2016) [The Last Man on the Moon] is humbling, poignant, hard-hitting, and emotionally charged, on top of being aesthetically rich and visually beautiful.‐ Cinemacy
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50% Me Him Her (2016) ... a madcap joyride of a comedy that makes for a solid directorial debut and should stand as another achievement in Landis' already colorful career.‐ Cinemacy
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89% My Golden Days (Trois Souvenirs De Ma Jeunesse) (2016) Using offbeat humor and emotional sensitivity, My Golden Days is an ode to youth culture and its enchanting unknowns.‐ Cinemacy
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74% Take Me To The River (2016) While shot like a slice of life narrative, the film pushes the comfort-zone of the viewer to the edge like not many films, let alone small budget independent ones, can.‐ Cinemacy
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74% Louder Than Bombs (2016) There is no doubt that Joachim Trier took a risk with Louder Than Bombs, but I believe his creative vision has the potential to pay off tenfold.‐ Cinemacy
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26% Colonia (2016) Yet, even with cinema-savvy actors Emma Watson and Daniel Brühl, Colonia can't quite seem to gain the traction needed to be a standout film.‐ Cinemacy
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83% Une femme mariée: Suite de fragments d'un film tourné en 1964 (A Married Woman) (1964) A Married Woman is a refreshing walk down memory lane, cinematically speaking...‐ Cinemacy
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80% Wedding Doll (Hatuna Meniyar) (2016) Gilady has managed to trim the fat and delivers a sleek and concise coming-of-age love story that is far more unique than others of recent production.‐ Cinemacy
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12% Papa: Hemingway in Cuba (2016) Papa: Hemingway in Cuba is a stunning portrait of one of the greatest authors and storytellers of the 20th century.‐ Cinemacy
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18% Mothers and Daughters (2016) It's a nice film, but most likely not to be remembered after it's opening day.‐ Cinemacy
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90% Bridgend (2016) Coming of age in a town with no hope for the future, Bridgend is a sensitive exploration of natural adolescent confusion, romanticism, and sadness.‐ Cinemacy
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64% The Trust (2016) The Trust is perfect for those wishing to see two fantastic actors paired in delightfully quirky roles.‐ Cinemacy
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98% Almost Holy (Crocodile Gennadiy) (2016) Almost Holy... is a stunning cinematic portrayal of one man's mission to save, but it is hard to stomach (literally).‐ Cinemacy
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86% Maggie's Plan (2016) At its core, Maggie's Plan is an unconventional romantic comedy that also serves as a dose of therapy for those who may be feeling at a crossroads in their own personal lives.‐ Cinemacy
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91% Presenting Princess Shaw (2016) Not only has he created an inspiring story of hope and perseverance, he has essentially re-made the Cinderella story for the millennial generation.‐ Cinemacy
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100% As I AM: The Life and Times of DJ AM (2016) It is this ability to connect with him, to feel like we get to know the real Adam Goldstein in this short 110 minutes, that makes this film so hard to watch and yet so powerful.‐ Cinemacy
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No Score Yet No Light and No Land Anywhere (2018) The film's all around authenticity, coupled with incredible performances and execution, makes No Light and No Land Anywhere feel both intimate and fearless.‐ Cinemacy
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80% Opening Night (2017) The fluidity of the film's pacing and timed comedic beats, coupled with a solid cast of outstanding performances, makes Opening Night worth a standing ovation.‐ Cinemacy
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94% King Jack (2016) The story is not groundbreaking and, certainly, this type of cliché, coming-of-age film has been told before and will be again, but this one makes for a great addition to the genre.‐ Cinemacy
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83% Girl Flu. (2017) ... unfortunately, the lack of depth beyond the initial shock and awe of this often taboo subject, leaves the audience wanting so much more.‐ Cinemacy
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No Score Yet Free CeCe (2016) This documentary and the work that both Laverne and CeCe have put into educating others is truly an inspiring watch.‐ Cinemacy
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98% The Fits (2016) The Fits is equal parts dramatic and surreal, and on a larger scale, proves that creativity in the film industry is not dead.‐ Cinemacy
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67% Bang Gang (A Modern Love Story) (2016) It is, however, a stunning and realistic portrait of finding oneself between the abyss of childhood and adulthood with a future that doesn't necessarily end in happily ever after.‐ Cinemacy
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57% The Neon Demon (2016) Nicolas Winding Refn manages to capture in his characters that unique feeling of emptiness within chaos, which made "Drive" and "Only God Forgives" memorable, for better or for worse.‐ Cinemacy
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77% My Love, Don't Cross That River (2016) Focusing on pain and loss above the beauty of what created this relationship,My Love, Don't Cross That River leaves viewers feeling blue.‐ Cinemacy
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94% The Innocents (Les innocentes) (2016) The Innocents is a sensitive and powerful film that is compelling both visually and emotionally, another success for Anne Fontaine and female-centric films as a whole.‐ Cinemacy
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67% The Land (2016) What could have been just another one of those typical, coming of age dramas can now be considered one of the summer's most influential films from one talented up and coming director, Steven Caple Jr.‐ Cinemacy
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79% Lace Crater (2016) Ultimately, if you are able to accept the absurdity of it all and not demand answers to the question, Why? - you'll get the maximum enjoyment out of this gem.‐ Cinemacy
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87% Sun Choke (2016) It goes without saying that this wouldn't be a horror film without violence and nudity, which there is quite a lot of, yet ultimately, all things add up to the creation of one evocative, trippy film that is sure to run chills down your spine.‐ Cinemacy
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No Score Yet On Meditation (2016) In Meditation does not teach one how to meditate, for everyone will practice in different ways, rather it shows just how meaningful it is in people's lives.‐ Cinemacy
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81% Lovesong (2017) There is no melodrama, no flare or theatrics, just one substantially powerful and honest film.‐ Cinemacy
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69% White Girl (2016) Yes, with its overtly explicit nature this subject matter is bold and has won fans since its Sundance debut, but unfortunately, so many of the directorial choices seemed purely for shock and awe.‐ Cinemacy
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69% A Tale of Love and Darkness (2016) It is an interesting choice for a filmmaker's debut... However, after watching, it seems like no one else could have pulled off this striking balance between romance and melancholy as well as Portman.‐ Cinemacy
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60% The Light Between Oceans (2016) The Light Between Oceans isn't easy to get through with dry eyes, but this timeless love story is as mesmerizing and beautiful as it is gut-wrenching and powerful, most definitely a top contender in this year's best of lists.‐ Cinemacy
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No Score Yet Game of Aces (2016) While a smart choice on the directorial front, as an audience member, having a limited number of characters stranded in the blazing desert, that can't decide whether or not to make a joke or tell a thrilling story, makes it a tough, repetitive watch.‐ Cinemacy
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22% Yoga Hosers (2016) Yet, despite its critics, there is no denying that Yoga Hosers is certainly one of the wildest films of the year.‐ Cinemacy
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86% Kicks (2016) When Kicks is able to find the right balance between narrative emotion and spectacle, the result is one powerful piece of work.‐ Cinemacy
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25% The People Garden (2016) Everyone who watches this film can take something away from this cinematic experience, from admiring Litz's directorial choices to lusting after Hemingway's wardrobe, do try to put The People Garden on your list of under the radar, must-see movies.‐ Cinemacy
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91% Miss Stevens (2016) It may not come off as very warm or funny despite its being billed as a comedy, yet Miss Stevens is a satisfying film both in front of and behind the camera.‐ Cinemacy
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