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...

Sundance Review: ‘When You Finish Saving The World’Jesse Eisenberg's Signature Awkwardness Fails To Lead...

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When You Finish Saving The World feels like it’s Jesse Eisenberg’s first feature. Though he steps away from an acting role in his directorial...

Review: ‘Arkansas’Clark Duke's Directorial Debut Makes For A Slow, Tedious Journey

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Drugs. Witty one-liners. John Malkovich. Plenty of Violence. The new film, Arkansas seems to truly have it all. Based on the pulp fiction novel...

Sundance Review: ‘Living’Bill Nighy And Director Oliver Hermanus Attempt To Recreate Akira Kurosawa's Masterpiece...

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Bill Nighy quietly examines his purpose in Oliver Hermanus’ Living, which premiered at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival on Friday. Matching the pedigree of...

Review: ‘Dopesick’An All-Star Cast Led By Michael Keaton Can't Save This Opioid Miniseries From...

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For years the Sackler family have operated Purdue Pharma, the company responsible for creating and marketing the opioid, Oxycontin. Hulu’s Dopesick brings the once...

Review: ‘Holidate’Emma Roberts Stars In This Not-So-Charming Holiday Film

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It’s almost Halloween which means that the Christmas craze has begun. Whether you’re out and about and you see trees and decorations or sitting...

Review: ‘The Affair’Carice van Houten And Architecture Combine To Create A Passionless Period Drama

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American releases of European films can be difficult. Names get changed, nuances aren’t always obvious and many things get lost in translation (even if...

Review: ‘Spaceship Earth’Biosphere 2 Documentary Is A Frustrating Deep Dive Into A Good Idea...

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Most Americans have been quarantining in their homes for the last month and a half. Imagine trying to do that for two years. Spaceship...

Review: ‘The Kissing Booth 2’The Cliche Continues In The Sequel To Netflix's Hit Rom-Com

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In 2018, Netflix introduced their “Summer of Love,” where each month from May to September a new romantic movie was set to premiere on...

Review: ‘The Hating Game’Lucy Hale And Austin Stowell Get Competitive In This Stale Adaptation...

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In 2016, romance author Sally Thorne released The Hating Game. If you follow the genre at all, you would know that the book quickly...