After (2019) Review: Netflix film is more soupy YA tripe begs for a franchise Unhappily Ever

After is a drab, unoriginal exploration of tempestuous romance between an archetypal sweet, sheltered virgin and an inked, hot-tempered cynic with hidden depths.

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Mortal Franchises Investigating Why 'Mortal Engines' Flopped

Mortal Engines is the most recent adaptation of a young adult novel series to flop at the box office. In

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‘The Innocents’ | Netflix TV Review Romeo and transmutation

Just when you think that the onslaught of YA-type shows has finally finished, another one comes along in the shape

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‘Down a Dark Hall’ | Film Review Art History

As a father of two girls, I know they’re prone to acting up. But there are probably better places to

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‘The Darkest Minds’ | Film Review YAwn

2018 might be both the best and worst year for yet another franchise-starting young-adult blockbuster. The worst, because, frankly, who

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