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Review: ‘Spoiler Alert’Despite The Gimmicks, Jim Parsons And Ben Aldridge Proudly Lead Bittersweet Adaptation...

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Cinematic love stories don’t always feel rooted in reality. Even those based on real-life often can’t pull the emotional weight they need to feel...

Review: ‘The Eternal Daughter’Tilda Swinton Gives An Incredible Dual Performance In Joanna Hogg's Haunting...

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Old friends Tilda Swinton and director Joanna Hogg work together frequently, as they did recently in The Souvenir and The Souvenir Part II, dramas with a bit...

Review: ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’Emma Corrin And Jack O'Connell Give In To Passion, But Within...

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The pinnacle of so-hot-it's-been-banned literary classics definitively goes to D.H. Lawrence's 1928 novel, Lady Chatterley's Lover. Suppressed for much of the 20th-century, it didn't...

Review: ‘Battle For Saipan’A Shallow War "Thriller" Highlighting A Lesser Known WWII Conflict

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In the summer of 1944, a battle was waged on the Japanese island of Saipan known as Pacific D-Day. Battle for Saipan focuses on...

Review: ‘Emancipation’Will Smith And Antoine Fuqua Craft A Compelling Slavery-Era Chase Thriller, But That's...

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Some years ago, Will Smith nearly took the title role in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained. A famously ultra-violent tale of revenge, Smith turned it down...

Review: ‘Violent Night’David Harbour Unleashes A Stockingful Of Violence As A Badass Santa Claus

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I'm old enough to remember when Hulk Hogan starred in the atrocious Santa with Muscles. Tough guys suited up as Santa is something that nearly...

Review: ‘The Guardians Of The Galaxy Holiday Special’Mantis And Drax Are A Special Gift...

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It's easy to overlook James Gunn's films as intentionally vulgar, violent, and goofy, but what people ignore is that he's quite good at hitting...

Review: ‘The Son’Hugh Jackman Stars In Florian Zeller's Laughably Bad Look At A Family's...

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Why didn't anyone tell me The Son was a horror movie? That's certainly what it felt like watching Florian Zeller's latest crippling family drama,...

Review: ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’Rian Johnson's Murder Mystery Sequel Is Funnier, Sharper,...

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When Rian Johnson released Knives Out in 2019, it was seen as just this starry palette cleanser, following the divisive reaction to The Last Jedi. Little did...

Review: ‘Strange World’Disney's Fantastic Pulp Sci-Fi Adventure Boasts Gorgeous Visuals And Emotional Family Drama

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Trust in Don Hall. That's a mantra I've taken to heart when it comes to animated movies, and Disney has learned it, too. The...