Review: ‘Escape From Pretoria’Daniel Radcliffe Can't Break Free From A Promising But Underwhelming Prison...

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Prison escape movies are only as interesting as the escapees themselves, and the cleverness of their escape route. So it's not surprising that Escape...

Review: ‘Swallow’Haley Bennett Shines As A Desperate Housewife With A Stomach-Turning Secret

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If you've never heard of Pica, the disorder which causes someone to ingest things that aren't meant to be eaten, prepare to get a...

Sundance 2020 Review: Benh Zeitlin’s ‘Wendy’ Is A Bold, Wondrous New Take On The...

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Few filmmakers have made a splash quite like Benh Zeitlin did with his fantastical 2012 debut, Beasts of the Southern Wild. As someone who...

Podcast: Talking THE INVISIBLE MAN, EMMA., INDIANA JONES 5, She-Hulk, GUNS AKIMBO & More

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On this week's show, Travis and John review Blumhouse's THE INVISIBLE MAN, quickly give their thoughts on EMMA., and talk about the future of...

Review: ‘Guns Akimbo’ Misfires Despite Daniel Radcliffe And Samara Weaving Earning Top Scores

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If you found the energetic video game energy of Hardcore Henry palatable, there's a chance Jason Lei Howden's similarly riffed Guns Akimbo will be...

Review: ‘My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising’, Deku And The Gang Step Up For...

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  For the uninitiated, in the world of My Hero Academia (the insanely popular manga and anime series) 80% of the world's people are born...

Review: ‘Beanpole’ Is A Beautifully Bleak Tale About The Effects Of War

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There were three films in 2019 that pushed me completely of my comfort zone. The first was Joker for its real and at times ironically unaware...

Interview: ‘Bad Hair’ Director Justin Simien On Horror Influences, Telling Black Stories, And Someday...

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After the success of his racially-charged debut feature Dear White People, Justin Simien could've easily given us more of the same. But what's the...

Sundance 2020 Review: ‘The Climb’ Finds The Funny in Toxic Friendships

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Having friends as an adult is not as easy as it is when you are a kid. Your life is more complicated, social norms...

Sundance 2020 Review: ‘Possessor’ Is A Savage Sophomore Effort From Brandon Cronenberg

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Tasya Vos. The name sounds like someone from a Bond movie. That's not too far off. Vos (Andrea Riseborough) is a corporate mercenary, but...