Craig D. Lindsey


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  • 3 days ago | Film Reviews

    Boom makes Basquiat out to be an on-the-fringe, Zelig-like character, attempting to get his foot into a bustling arts scene where the inner-city people were beginning to mingle with the downtown folk

  • There are two stories being told in the documentary Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat. The first: How 1970s New York, that city of urban decay, run-down apartment buildings, rampant crime and overwhelming...

  • 23 days ago | Film Reviews

    At their core, both Overboards are traditional rich-person-learns-how-to-be-a-real-person farces, the kind of films Frank Capra and Preston Sturges used to direct in their sleep

  • There's a simple reason that the plot of Overboard sounds like the sort of over-the-top, highly implausible, downright cruel and unscrupulous stuff you'd see in some wrongheaded comedy from the '80s. The new Overboard is a...

  • Now that The Babadook has proven how smart and scary international movies about being a single mom can be, here we have the South African import The Lullaby, ready to take it one creepy step further.

    Set in one moody-ass...

  • Bilal: A New Breed of Hero is itself in the new breed of computer-animated family filmmaking. Producer/co-writer/co-director Ayman Jamal completed the film in 2015 (it played at festivals before getting released in the Middle East and...


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