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Review: ‘The Green Knight’David Lowery's Bold, Surreal Arthurian Epic Is Also A Career-Best For...

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David Lowery's The Green Knight may center on Sir Gawain, a member of King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table, but this is not...

Review: ‘The Suicide Squad’It's James Gunn To The Max In The Best And Bloodiest...

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I probably enjoyed David Ayer's Suicide Squad more than most, even with the uncertain tone and obvious studio interference. There remained something uniquely badass...

Review: ‘Jungle Cruise’Emily Blunt And Dwayne Johnson Anchor Disney's Enjoyable Riverboat Adventure

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Where have all of the great adventure movies gone? Whatever one thinks of Brendan Fraser now, nobody filled the Indiana Jones shoes better than...

Review: ‘Stillwater’Matt Damon Is A MAGA Dude Out For Justice In Tom McCarthy's Affecting,...

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The MAGA Dude Takes Marseilles!!! Or as it is actually known, Stillwater, is a mixed bag of many different genres, only some of which...

Review: ‘Ted Lasso’ Season 2The Hilarious Heartwarming Comedy Nearly Meets The Challenge Of Living...

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One of the few bright spots in 2020 was Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso. A surprisingly touching comedy about an American football coach who moves...

Review: ‘Here After’Is Visually Captivating But Fails To Capture Believable Perspective On The Afterlife

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In Here After, Michael is a struggling actor in the midst of preparing his up-and-coming one-man-show and hopes it will lead to success.  He...
Ailey

Review: ‘Ailey’Director Jamila Wignot’s Fascinating Documentary Examines Alvin Ailey’s Life And Honors His Dance...

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Legendary choreographer Alvin Ailey has become synonymous with dance and creativity. This is mainly due to him creating the worldwide famous and renowned Alvin...
Broken Diamonds

Review: ‘Broken Diamonds’Ben Platt And Lola Kirke Sparkle As Siblings Dealing With Loss And...

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“Your sister didn’t ruin your life, her illness did.” Often when dealing with mental illness in film, it’s historically been used for comedy purposes in...

Review: ‘Midnight In The Switchgrass’Megan Fox, Emile Hirsch, And A Sleepy Bruce Willis Lead...

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Longtime uber-producer Randall Emmett finally gets behind the camera for Midnight in the Switchgrass, and it's a wonder why. Why choose this dull, derivative...

Review: ‘Old’M. Night Shyamalan Returns With A Beach Vacation From Hell

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M. Night Shyamalan is back with his newest horror Old. Guy (Gael Garcia Bernal) and Prisca (Vicky Krieps) want to get away from the...