Review: ‘The United States Vs. Billie Holiday’Andra Day Soars, But Lee Daniels' Film Is...

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Lee Daniels' The United States vs. Billie Holiday fits into a surge of films about Black activism in the pursuit of equal rights. While...

Review: ‘Haunting Of The Mary Celeste’Exciting Bloody Goodness Clashes With Shallow Characters In Promising...

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Haunting of the Mary Celeste is an impressive effort from relatively new director Shana Betz. In the past, she has directed two feature films...
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Review: ‘Hitmen’British Comedy Duo Mel and Sue Take A Stab at Contract Killing

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If you have ever been scrolling away your nights and come across The Great British Bake Off (Or BBO) on Netflix, congratulations: you found...

Review: ‘The Right One’Ken Mok’s Feature Debut Is An Uneven Rom-Com About Grief And...

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People respond to tragedy in their own way. In The Right One Godfrey (Nick Thune) does so by creating different personas and characters. By...

Review: Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’, A Breezy And Violent Tinseltown...

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I want to live in the idyllic 1969 that Quentin Tarantino glorifies in his stylish and surprisingly personal Once Upon a Time in Hollywood....

Review: ‘City Of Lies’Not Even Forest Whitaker And Johnny Depp Can Salvage This Long-Awaited...

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The 1997 murder of Christopher Wallace, aka The Notorious B.I.G., remains unsolved nearly twenty-five years later. Many wonder how it is possible that no...

Review: ‘Songbird’Nobody Can Save This Michael Bay-Produced Covid Dystopia

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I’m not sure that what everyone struggling through the reality of this global pandemic was hoping for was another mediocre “thriller”. Let alone one...

Review: ‘Brothers By Blood’Matthias Schoenaerts And Joel Kinnaman Add Towering Presence To A Bland...

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I really should know better given the track record of picking movies to be extremely excited for. Brothers by Blood, a small-scale Philadelphia crime...

‘Sylvie’s Love’ Interviews: Tessa Thompson, Nnamdi Asomugha, And Eugene Ashe On Crafting A Classic...

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Sylvie's Love, out right now on Amazon Prime, is something that is a rare breed in Hollywood. A classic romance featuring two African-American leads,...

Review: ‘Only’Post Apocalyptic Drama Tries To Imagine World Without Women

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Women. They say you can’t live with them or without them. Well, in the new film Only from Writer/Director Takashi Docher takes that turn...