Review: ‘Catherine Called Birdy’Coming-Of-Age Gets A Medieval Makeover With Lena Dunham's Smart Adaption

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When we first meet the titular character in Catherine Called Birdy, she is covered in mud and participating in a Medieval wrestling match. This...

Review: ‘Critical Thinking’John Leguizamo's Directorial Debut Makes One Right Chess Move After Another

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Fun, interesting, stylish, and hip aren’t the words that typically come to mind when thinking of chess. Good thing writer Dito Montiel and John...
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Review: ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’Hulu’s Well-Acted Limited Series About Wellness, Mental Health, And Drugs Limps...

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The wellness industry is one that’s very lucrative and intriguing at the same time. The idea that someone pays ridiculous amounts of money to...

Review: ‘I Still Believe’Jeremy Camp’s Story Of Love, Music, And Faith

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I Still Believe tells the true story of Christian singer Jeremy Camp (K.J. Apa) and his first wife Melissa Henning (Britt Robertson). In September...

Review: ‘The Reckoning’Neil Marshall's Newest Thriller Is A Repetitive Tale Of Witchcraft

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As the plague ravaged much of Europe, fear and paranoia spread like a wildfire. Desperate people needed someone or something to blame for the...

Review: ‘Free Guy’Ryan Reynolds Is A Video Game Character To Root For In Shawn...

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Is it too early to say Free Guy is the best video game movie EVER!?!?  Let's be honest, the bar has been set incredibly...

TIFF 2021 Review: ‘The Starling’Melissa McCarthy Tangles With Grief And An Angry Bird In...

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“Birds are tricky,”  says Jack Maynard (Chris O’Dowd) to his pregnant wife Lilly (Melissa McCarthy) early on in Theodore Melfi's The Starling. He's not referring...

Review: ‘Jackass Forever’Bodily Harm And Bodily Fluids In Surprisingly Nostalgic Sequel

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Jackass Forever isn't one of those movies you can truly review, is it? In the unlikely franchise's two-decade-long existence I've never actually done it,...

Review: ‘Detective Pikachu’, Pokémon Are The Real Stars Of This Enjoyably Silly Whodunit

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Pokémon have existed as a multimedia phenomenon for three decades, spawning loads of video games, anime, and hit animated movies such as 1999's The...

Review: ‘Memory’Liam Neeson Is A Hitman With Alzheimer's In Martin Campbell's Understated Action Remake

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Memory is in some ways the perfect film for Liam Neeson and director Martin Campbell. Neeson has been the chief purveyor of "old man...