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Review: ‘The Gentlemen’, Another British Gangster Flick From Guy Ritchie? Sign Me Up.

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The Gentlemen – Guy Ritchie’s newest star-studded affair – follows Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) who has built a marijuana empire throughout London. A Rhodes scholar originally from...

Review – ‘Disturbing The Peace’, Has Guy Pearce Hit A New Low?

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Next in the line of forgettable Guy Pearce movies is Disturbing the Peace. Jim Dillon (Guy Pearce) is a marshal in the small town of...

Review: Robert Downey Jr.’s ‘Dolittle’ Is A Beautiful Pile Of “Meh”

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There’s a sketch in John Mulaney’s Netflix comedy special John Mulaney and the Sack Lunch Bunch that breaks down what an audience can expect from a...

Review: ‘Bad Boys For Life’ Wants To Be The Next ‘Fast & Furious’, And...

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"Bad Boys Bad Boys, whatcha gonna do?" Here's an idea, let's make Bad Boys into the next Fast & Furious. That seems to be the mandate...

Review: ‘The Song Of Names’, A Powerful World War II Drama With Music At...

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  In a day and age where it seems like every year is highlighted by what addition(s) will be made to the Marvel cinematic universe – dominating...

Travis Hopson’s Top 100 Of The 2010s (Finale)

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This is the finale of my Top 100 Movies of the 2010s! The process of coming up with this list damn near broke me,...

Review: ‘Uncut Gems’, Adam Sandler Shines Like A Diamond In The Safdies’ Chaotic Street-Hustle...

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Okay, we can officially retire Punch Drunk Love as the oft-cited example of Adam Sandler's competence as an actor. Sandler is a kinetic force...

Review: ‘1917’, Sam Mendes’ Tense, Visceral WWI Odyssey Is An Instant Classic

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There are two moments of peace bookending Sam Mendes' WWI epic, 1917. In the beginning, we see young British soldiers Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman) and...

Review: ‘Seberg’Kristen Stewart Shines As The French New Wave Icon, But Can't Save This...

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Perspective is everything. A great movie can be ruined if the story is told from a perspective that undercuts its strengths. Such is the...

Review: ‘Grand Isle’, Nic Cage As A Grizzled Vietnam Vet…Sure, Why Not

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As long as Nicolas Cage keeps pumping out the B-rated films, people will keep watching. Sort of like Field of Dreams – “if you build it,...