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Review: ‘Fear Street Part 2: 1978’Continues To Successfully Ax Through The Summer With Second...

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It’s already been a week since the first Fear Street film was released and it was fantastic! Part 2: 1978 will be available this...

Review: ‘Nine Days’Winston Duke And Zazie Beetz Explore The Great Beyond In Edson Oda's...

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When we first meet Will in his spectacled and suspendered glory, he is sitting alone in a house in the middle of the desert,...

Review: ‘The Painter And The Thief’A Raw And Intimate Portrait Of A Complex And...

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In 2015, Czech painter Barbora Kysilkova had two paintings stolen from her at an art exhibition in Oslo. Worth about 20,000 euro, taken in...

Review: ‘Saint Frances’A Heartfelt Look At Life's Twists And Turns

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Life doesn’t always shake out the way you had planned. Bridget (Kelly O’Sullivan) finds this out the hard way in Saint Frances. Before she...

Review: ‘The Truffle Hunters’Yes, There’s Actually A Truffle Hunting Industry, And It’s Fascinating To...

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As someone who’s not necessarily a “foodie,” truffles are not on my radar for the most part (other than the occasional chocolate truffle one...
Cobra Kai

Review: ‘Cobra Kai Season 4’Johnny And Daniel Team Up To Take On Cobra Kai...

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Once again, I have to pinch myself while watching Cobra Kai and say, “this show has no business and shouldn’t be so damn good!!” A...
Sesame Street

Review: ‘Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street’An Incredibly Fascinating Documentary About Our...

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For the past 50 years, children across the world have been educated and entertained by Bert, Ernie, Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Count Von Count,...

Review: ‘Licorice Pizza’Paul Thomas Anderson's Shaggy, Sweet, Nostalgic Tale of First Love Is The...

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Paul Thomas Anderson has proven over the years to be a director with a split personality. I've always liked that about him, obviously enough...
Blue

Review: ‘Blue Story’Rapper/Director “Rapman” Delivers A Tour De Force About Friends Who Fall Out...

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Thanks to Netflix’s revival of the UK's Channel 4 classic Top Boy, we here stateside got to learn about what goes on across the...

Review: ‘The Sparks Brothers’Edgar Wright's Documentary Beautifully Captures Musical Journey Of Your Favorite Band's...

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Director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World) makes his documentary debut with The Sparks Brothers about the musically...