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    WATCH: Nat Wolff and Alexander Skarsgård Star in First Trailer for A24’s ‘The Kill Team’

    A24 have released the first trailer for Dan Krauss‘ war drama, “The Kill Team,” starring Nat Wolff (“Stella’s Last Weekend”) and Alexander Skarsgård (“Big Little Lies”).  Krauss writes and directs the film from the same true events that inspired his 2013 documentary of the same name. The project went on to win the Truer Than […] More

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    Tribeca Film Review: ‘The Kill Team’ Rivetingly Presents Combat With Warts and All

    2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Intense and raw, danger lurks around every corner in “The Kill Team.” In an unusual turn, it’s not just enemy combatants that traumatize our soldier protagonist, but his fellow brothers in arms. Filmmaker Dan Krauss, in adapting his documentary of the same name, has added drama without sacrificing the power of […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Home Again’ Is Pure Comfort Food Cinema

    Nancy Meyers has crafted her place as a very specific auteur in cinema. No, Michele Haneke and Terrence Malick shouldn’t watch their back. Meyers creates her own genre that’s a cross between HGTV and vintage Nora Ephron. For those well versed in Meyers granite plated filmography, “The Parent Trap” features two precocious twins – Hallie […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Death Note’ Loses Much in Translation

    Wasted potential curses “Death Note” at almost all turns. From the problematic Americanization of the story to a tone that’s all over the place, very little consistently works. That’s a shame too, since this adaptation of the classic Japanese manga had the chance to truly be great. The themes in this story are deep and […] More