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Review: ‘Marry Me’Jennifer Lopez Hits Close To Home In A Fluffy, Charming Throwback Rom-Com

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Here's a shocker that surprises even me: Marry Me isn't terrible. There ya go, put that quote on the poster! For real, though, my...

Review: ‘Dolemite Is My Name’, Eddie Murphy Is Outta Sight As Blaxploitation Legend Rudy...

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  That Eddie Murphy would gravitate to playing R-rated comedian and blaxploitation icon Rudy Ray Moore isn't at all surprising. The two have quite a...

Review: ‘Army Of Thieves’'Army Of The Dead' Prequel Gives Dieter A High-Energy Origin Story...

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The year of Zack Snyder continues. Forget whatever he's done with the DCEU, he's already accomplished as much if not more with Netflix's Army of...

Review: ‘The Last Stop In Yuma County’A Tight Crime-Thriller That's Sure To Induce Some...

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There's definitely a certain allure to that late-60s/early-80s timeline in America, especially around what I could only call truck stop culture. I'm not even...

Review: ‘My Name Is Sara’Secrets Weight Heavy In Holocaust Drama About A Jewish Girl...

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My Name Is Sara tells the true life-story of 13-year-old Sara Góralniak (newcomer Zuzanna Surowy) whose family and all the other Jews from her...

Review: ‘Halloween Ends’An Unexpected Journey Culminating in a Bloody Showdown 40 Years in the...

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After 44 years, 13 films, 3 timelines, and countless bodies left in the wake it is finally time that Halloween Ends. Now, I'm not gullible...

Middleburg Review: ‘Parallel Mothers’Penélope Cruz Leads Pedro Almodóvar's Disjointed 23rd Film

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Renowned Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóva is deconstructing legacy and motherhood in his latest stylized melodrama Parallel Mothers. His seven-time collaborator Penélope Cruz and relative...

Review: ‘Unidentified Objects’A Quirky Ethereal Journey of Aliens, Adventure, And Human Connection

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In Unidentified Objects, we meet Peter (Matthew Jeffers), a misanthropic dwarf living a secluded life in his shabby New York City apartment. However, his...

Review: ‘Alice’Blaxploitation Misfire Sets Keke Palmer On A Path For Vengeance

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*NOTE: This review was originally part of our 2022 Sundance Film Festival coverage. Alice opens in theaters on March 18th.* Long after slavery was abolished,...

Review ‘Cyrano’Peter Dinklage Sings And Clashes Swords In Joe Wright's Brilliant, Fresh Take On...

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Years of too many high school romances have left a whole generation of moviegoers cynical to the plight of unrequited love, which makes Joe...