Bombshell Review: A Knockout Performance From Charlize Theron Sly Foxes

Sometimes you just have to swallow your pride and put away your preconceived notions of what a movie should be.

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Dark Waters Review: The best of its kind since Erin Brockovich & A Civil Action Murky

Maybe I’m just naïve when it comes to a movie about an admirable man or woman who fights injustice by

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Waves Second Opinion: A Combustible Masterwork An Undertow of Emotions

Wow. I mean, wow. It’s really the only way to describe Trey Edward Shults’s (It Comes At Night) latest film,

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The Two Popes Review: Valediction & Remembrance Grumpy Old Men

There might be more exciting ways to spend two hours and those hard-earned shingles than watching two grumpy old men

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A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood Second Opinion: Disturbing the Peace What About Fred?

Tom Hanks, even in a bad movie, can usually do no wrong in my eyes. I think everyone’s least favorite

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Queen & Slim Review: A Road Trip Film That’s Defined By The Woke Decade Ride or Die

There have been some rumblings of what some are calling sensationalized scenes, even gratuitous, used in Melina Matsoukas’s new film.

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Noelle Review: Elf x Feminism + Anthropomorphic Characters = Noelle No-Lols

Noelle (Disney+) is one of the very first films that has launched on Disney’s new platform this month. It’s the perfect,

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The Irishman Second Opinion: A Big, Grand, Ambitious Rags to Riches Mob Tale Palate Cleanser

Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman has finally arrived. It’s his gangster epic: a big, grand, ambitious rags to riches mob tale

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Pain & Glory Review: A Career-Defining Performance From Antonio Banderas Roma-esque

Pedro Almodóvar’s latest film is probably his most personal and mature work to date. Pain & Glory is essentially an

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Watchmen Recap: Thermodynamic Miracles or the Sciencey Version of It’s All Connected Clockers

This recap of Watchmen Season 1, Episode 4, “If You Don’t Like My Story, Write Your Own”, contains spoilers. You

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Trial By Fire Review: A Combustible Performance By Jack O’Connell Amplifire

Director Ed Zwick has always had a knack for drawing the viewer in with a killer opening scene or sequence.

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Playing with Fire Review: Four Men And A Couple Of Babies Not Up To Snuff

John Cena really has the potential to be the next Dwayne Johnson; he has a natural charisma that you just can’t

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