Tigertail review – a sorrowful East Asian-American tale that is filled with unfeigned regret Sorrowful Tales

This review of Tigertail (Netflix) is spoiler-free. The film debuted on Netflix on April 10, 2020. The funny thing about

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50 Cinematic Blind Spots For Our New Normal Filling in the Blanks

50 Cinematic Blind Spots For Our New Quarantined Normal Suddenly, the new normal is a housebound existence. To help pass

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Coffee & Kareem review – your basic remake of Cop and a Half without the laughs Cop and a Half 3 (Yes, there was already a Lou Diamond Phillips sequel.)

Here is how you know a movie is going to feel longer than its running time, even at a quick

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Seberg review – as insightful as the shallow end of a swimming pool In-POV-erent

How did the players involved in this film end up in such a dud? Kristen Stewart may need to buy

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Hooking Up review – this rom-com loses its way Awful Title

Hooking Up, in some ways, started with such an interesting premise. I thought for sure the writer/director Nico Raineau was going

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Blow the Man Down review – a strange slice of northern New England life A Female Shanty

As a product of the northeast, born and raised, anyone who calls New York City, Los Angeles, or Chicago home

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I Still Believe review – like a trebled country song Faith-cracking

The Erwin brothers’ latest film, I Still Believe, is based on a true story of country music singer and Grammy-nominated

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Trauma Center review – trash cinema at its worst or finest, it doesn’t really matter Traumatic Viewing

I’m not sure what has happened to Bruce Willis’s film career, but if it wasn’t on life support before, it

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The Postcard Killings review – an outdated horror-thriller Really, A Text Would Do

Just when you think you couldn’t find another blustery, snow-filled, Scandinavian serial killer mystery picture than 2017’s The Snowman, here

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Swallow review – a film with an uncommon raw power The Things We Do To Women, Part II

I recently wrote a review of Netflix’s Lost Girls where I referenced a line used by Aaron Sorkin in The

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The Banker review – a formulaic film that offers a mild return on your investment A Bankable Effort

Apple’s first big dive into popular feature films is a fairly formulaic biopic of two men who attempted to subvert

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The Burnt Orange Heresy review – a dull, uneven adaption of a Willeford novel A Bad Romance

Who doesn’t love a good heist film? I sure do, and I may argue that it’s hard not to make

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Lost Girls review – a film that is hard to recommend or disregard The Missing

I wrote a special feature for the good people of Ready Steady Cut last fall celebrating the 20-year anniversary of

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The Hunt review – a gory good time that bleeds red and blue Red-State vs. Blue-State

There has been much negative controversy on social media over the new horror-thriller The Hunt, from director Craig Zobel. However,

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Bloodshot review – about as common an action-adventure film as O+ Spattered

I can’t think of many superstars who built a career with lasting legs based on a single (and everlasting) film series

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The Way Back review – a smart script that doesn’t turn the ball over Rock Bottom

There are so many things that could have gone wrong in Gavin O’Connor’s latest sports film, The Way Back. He

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The Traitor review – an unconventional mafia tale that’s a brutal knockout Our Godfather

The knock on Marco Bellocchio’s Il traditore since premiering in 2019 at Cannes is the disorganized way the script handles

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Our Godfather review – a polarizing documentary feature The Traitor

Our Godfather is an interesting case study — fascinating really, in taking away the Hollywood lore of most gangster films for

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Greed review – a bullish, satirical dark comedy A Bullish Film

The sole reason to seek out the ever-eclectic Michael Winterbottom’s satirical dark comedy Greed is the performance by longtime collaborator, Steve Coogan.

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