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Film Review: ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot’ Suffers from Too Many...

Every person's life is a story. And many of those stories could be turned into an amazing movie if told the right way. Cartoonist and...

Film Review: ‘Eighth Grade’ Painfully Recreates Middle School

We all remember middle school. Some of you lucky folks might even remember it fondly. For most, however, it's among the most awkward times...

Film Review: Rob Reiner’s ‘Shock and Awe’ Has Righteous Anger But No Form

Without question, filmmaker Rob Reiner has his heart in the right place. The story of the Knight Ridder journalists who pursued the truth about...

Film Review: ‘The First Purge’ Needs To Be The Last

Someone make it stop. Jason Blum, have you no pity? Sure, "The Purge" franchise has some amazing marketing materials. Especially with the emergence of...

Film Review: ‘Sorry to Bother You’ is Brilliance Like We’ve Never Seen Before

It doesn't happen often, but every once in a while, a film comes along that's unlike anything you've ever seen. Watching "Sorry to Bother...

Film Review: ‘Three Identical Strangers’ Tells a Captivating and Unexpected Adoption Narrative

What would you do if you found out you had a long lost twin? Two generations have already lived out that fantasy through the...

Film Review: ‘The Catcher Was a Spy’ Makes Too Many Errors

Talk about a story made to be depicted by Hollywood. A longtime Major League Baseball player who led a double life as a spy...

Film Review: ‘The Cakemaker’ Serves up Warm but Half-Baked Drama

From poisoned apples in fairytales to raunchy kinks in adult-oriented fare, food has long served as a plot device throughout film history. That tradition...

Film Review: Josh Brolin, Benicio Del Toro, and Taylor Sheridan Return to ‘Sicario: Day...

One can easily make the argument that this movie shouldn't exist. How many people were calling for a sequel to "Sicario" in the aftermath...

Film Review: ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ Puts Women Front and Center in the MCU

One thing that sets Marvel's cinematic universe apart from other superhero films is that it tries to include at least a certain level of...

Film Review: ‘Leave No Trace’ Is A Lyrical And Vivid Character Study

Welcome back Debra Granik. The filmmaker who blew so many away with "Winter's Bone" returns to the world of narrative moviemaking with "Leave No...

Film Review: Not Every ‘Damsel’ Needs to Be Rescued

A pioneer, a preacher, and a miniature horse cross the plains. That isn't the start of a joke. Or maybe it is. Who can be...

Film Review: Mackenzie Davis Fuels ‘Izzy Gets The F*ck Across Town’

2018 may very well end up the year that Mackenzie Davis finally gets the recognition she deserves. At long last given a starring role...

Film Review: ‘The King’ Makes Elvis A Metaphor For America

About 40 minutes into the documentary "The King," filmmaker Eugene Jarecki is asked what he's doing with this film. He's even asked if he...

Film Review: ‘Hereditary’ Scares But It’s Toni Collette’s Performance That Will Bring So Much...

With the scares and horror of such classics like "The Exorcist," writer/director Ari Aster's brilliant debut "Hereditary" constructs a fascinating and chilling portrayal of...

Film Review: ‘Alex Strangelove’ Has Little Heart

We’ve finally started to see high school movies center around LGBTQ+ characters. However, is it considered progress to now have our own fair share...

Film Review: Drug Cartel Thriller ‘Believer’ Supplies Explosive Action

If you thought Hollywood had the cornered the market on seemingly unnecessary remakes, think again. Back in 2012, Hong Kong director Johnnie To's "Drug...
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Film Review: ‘Ocean’s 8’ Is a What Summer Movies are Meant to Be

There's a new Ocean in town, and she's bringing some friends. "Ocean's 8" opens on Debbie (Sandra Bullock), younger sister to the one and only...

Film Review: ‘Hearts Beat Loud’ is the Song of the Summer

There's magic to be found within this movie. "Hearts Beat Loud" is like a great album, washing over you with different ebbs and flows....

Film Review: ‘Adrift’ Strands Shailene Woodley at Sea

Mother Nature is a harsh mistress. Struggles against the elements have been depicted in film to stunning degrees. Then, there's "Adrift." A cliched romance...

Film Review: ‘A Kid Like Jake’ Talks Around Its Title Character

Independent cinema has always been ahead of Hollywood when tackling social issues on the big screen. "A Kid Like Jake" centers around a potentially...

TV Review: Laura Dern is Awards-Worthy in HBO’s ‘The Tale’

The documentary form commands a great deal of power and prestige. It allows us to explore a new part of our real world through...

Film Review: ‘On Chesil Beach’ is a Heartbreaking Tale of Love and Pride

There is a simplicity in the beauty of Dominic Cooke's period drama, "On Chesil Beach." The film, which Ian McEwan adapted from his own 2007...

Film Review: ‘Cargo’ Trudges Through Some Interesting Territory

Will we ever place a moratorium on the zombie genre? We are now on the other side of “The Walking Dead” syndrome, where any...

Film Review: ‘Pope Francis: A Man of His Word’ is a Call For Compassion

By every measure, the current Pope is unlike almost any that has come before him. Humble, uninterested in material possessions, and determined to have...

Film Review: ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Brings the Fun But Forgot the Story

The spinoff series of the "Star Wars" saga began with moral and emotionally complex "Rogue One" which brought stakes and sorrow to a beloved...

Film Review: ‘Deadpool 2’ Has Even More Insanity This Time Around

The Merc With a Mouth is back. After the massive (and surprising) success of "Deadpool," expectations were high for a sequel. Well, fans are...

Film Review: ‘Mary Shelley’ Is Assembled With as Much Grace as Frankenstein’s Monster

If ever there was a woman in literary history that deserved a biopic, it is Mary Shelley. The daughter of political writer William Godwin...

Film Review: ‘Breaking In’ Comes Up Empty

There’s nothing wrong with camp. With the trailer and tagline saying “Payback is a Mother,” “Breaking In” plays the camp card hard in its...
Life of the Party | Warner Bros

Film Review: Melissa McCarthy Truly Is the ‘Life of the Party’

"Life of the Party" isn't going to get Melissa McCarthy an invitation back to the Academy Awards, but there is still a lot to...

Film Review: ‘RBG’ Pays Tribute to a Judicial Icon

Supreme Court Justices don't become celebrities. That's just not how it works. Well, that's not usually how it works. In the case of Ruth...

Film Review: ‘Tully’ Touches the Heartstrings with Charlize Theron’s Moving Turn

Not sure if Jason Reitman has been this attuned to the pulse of culture with his newest film "Tully" since his Oscar-nominated "Up in...

Film Review: Paulina García Is a Marvel in ‘The Desert Bride’

When we think of the term "starlet," the image that immediately comes to mind is a conventionally attractive actress in her teens or 20s....

Tribeca Film Review: ‘Zoe’ Asks Big Questions About Love

Throughout his career, filmmaker Drake Doremus has been examining the human experience. In particular, he seems fascinated by emotion, with love at the top....

Tribeca Film Review: Charm and Wit Help ‘In a Relationship’ Survive

Romantic dramedies that look at modern relationships are a dime a dozen at film festivals. Each year, the Tribeca Film Festival features a handful....