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In a Hollywood of recycled ideas and uninspiring filmmakers Jordan Peele’s voice is fresh; “NOPE” | REVIEW 

Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, Brandon Perea and Michael Wincott
Directed by Jordan Peele

Jordan Peele’s “Nope” is one of the most inventive and entertaining genre films in years. In a sluggish cinematic year Peele has directed a film that is clever from scene to scene. There isn’t a moment where you take your eyes off of the screen. Set in a vast and beautiful valley, Daniel Kaluuya plays OJ, a man doing his best to keep his family’s Black-owned and operated ranch afloat. The ... more >

SUNDANCE 2022 | “Alice”

What lays beyond
Alicia Witt, Jonny Lee Miller, Keke Palmer and Common
Directed by Krystin Ver Linden

Premiering in the U.S. Dramatic competition slate at Sundance, Krystin Ver Linden’s “Alice” is a film where fiction meets reality, as one woman straddles two different generations. Keke Palmer is Alice, a slave on a tucked-away Georgia plantation run by Old Testament-thumping Paul Bennet (Jonny Lee Miller). Alice secretly marries Joseph (Sinqua Walls) and tries to take solace in as much wedded ... more >