Tag: Liana Liberato

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Novitiate’ is a quietly righteous stomach-churner

| November 24, 2017 | 0 Comments
MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Novitiate’ is a quietly righteous stomach-churner

I’m not religious, but I’ve always had a great respect for those who are. Whether it be in the dedication of Buddhist monks, Catholic nuns, or even down just to the casual donning of religiously affiliated apparel such as yarmulkes, hijabs and other related coverings, etc. This is why something like “Novitiate” hooked me from […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘To the Bone’ is a surprisingly restrained, entirely moving depiction of eating disorders

| July 13, 2017 | 0 Comments
MOVIE REVIEW: ‘To the Bone’ is a surprisingly restrained, entirely moving depiction of eating disorders

There’s been quite a buzz about “To the Bone” going around the internet recently, and I can’t necessarily blame those upset by it. After Netflix’s haphazard handling of teen suicide in “13 Reasons Why,” which ended up having a teen in South America commit suicide in a copycat fashion, it’s easy to think that Netflix […]

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