Posts by Louise Busfield

Why Barefoot in the Park is the perfect example of on-screen chemistry

By Louise Busfield

Robert Redford and Jane Fonda play young newlyweds to uplifting effect in this lighthearted comedy.

My Pure Land

By Louise Busfield

Three women are forced to take drastic action in this authentically gritty portrait of modern Pakistan.

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Insyriated

By Louise Busfield

This intense, alternative war movie centres around a Syrian family trapped in an apartment block.

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The Vault

By Louise Busfield

James Franco makes a fleeting appearance in this mediocre supernatural heist flick.

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Check out these X-rated adult movie posters from the ’60s and ’70s

By Louise Busfield

Racy retro artwork from cinema’s most provocative era.

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power

By Louise Busfield

An impassioned Al Gore returns to explain (again) how climate change is killing the planet and what we can do to save it.

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Step

By Louise Busfield

Amanda Lipitz’s uplifting documentary follows a high-school step dance team in inner-city Baltimore.

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Watch an exclusive clip from An Inconvenient Sequel

By Louise Busfield

Al Gore’s latest crusade reveals the shocking realities of climate change.

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