Review: ‘Rams’Brotherly Hatred Works For Sam Neill And Michael Caton In The Surprising And...

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Its surreal watching Sam Neil’s new film Rams. Or should I say its weird that a movie about sheep farming is so relevant to...

Review: ‘Till Death’Megan Fox Is Dragged Down By A Lifeless Slasher Thriller

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Many people have figured out their relationships were toxic while being stuck with their partner during COVID quarantine. The new film Till Death takes...

Review: ‘Hooking Up’'All Sex, No Charm'

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In the new movie Hooking Up, Brittany Snow plays Darla, a sex addict newly fired from her magazine job for…. having sex on her...

Review: ‘American Utopia’David Byrne's Genius Doesn't Fully Sync With Spike Lee's Directing

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Former Talking Head’s frontman David Byrne seems to be popping up everywhere. Stealing the show in the variety special John Mulaney and The Sack...

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Interview: Cinematographer Matt Jensen On Smithsonian Camps And Filming At Landmark...

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There's that D.C. saying that everybody moves here and that no one is really from here. Well one notable exception to that rule is...

Review: ‘Dear Evan Hansen’Try-Hard Adaption Of The Broadway Musical Isn't The Inspiration It Thinks...

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Cancel culture works fast these days. Properties that were once considered beacons of art a few years ago are now being questioned for their...

Review: ‘Becky’Kevin James Turns To The Dark Side In An Ultra-Violent Home Invasion Thriller

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Did anyone else want to be Kevin McCallister as a kid? By yourself, no parents, no rules, and you get to outsmart two burglars...

Review: ‘Stardust’Even Without Bowie Music, Biopic Strikes An Emotional Chord

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David Bowie famously stated that he would never allow a biopic to be made about his life. While the icon couldn’t keep Hollywood from...

Review: ‘Blast Beat’Moises And Mateo Arias Break Out As Leading Men In The Original...

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If you know who the Arias brothers are, chances are you’ve grown up with them. Moises, the oldest, got his start on Hannah Montana...

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...