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Firebrand

Review: ‘Firebrand’Alicia Vikander's Katherine Parr Challenges Jude Law's Grotesque Henry VIII In Edgy, Atypical...

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It's interesting that of the six wives of the mad King Henry VIII, Katherine Parr, the sixth and final of them all, is among...
Am I OK? opens on June 6th on MAX

Review: ‘Am I Ok?’Dakota Johnson Finds Humor And Heart In Tig Notaro And Stephanie...

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NOTE: This review was originally part of our 2022 Sundance Film Festival coverage.* The “coming out” film is a tried-and-true staple, typically focused on teens...
Bad Boys: Ride or Die

Review: ‘Bad Boys: Ride Or Die’Will Smith And Martin Lawrence Aren't Ready To Hang...

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Let's be honest: there isn't much to add about Bad Boys: Ride or Die that hasn't been said about the other films in the...
Dakota Fanning in THE WATCHERS

Review: ‘The Watchers’Ishana Night Shyamalan's Debut Horror Shows Promise But Lacks A Satisfying Payoff

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Ishana Night Shyamalan has big shoes to fill, and it's easy to understand why. Her father is, of course, filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan who...
THE ACOLYTE premieres on Disney+ on June 4th

‘The Acolyte’ Season One ReviewThe Jedi Have A Killer In Their Midst In Leslye...

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Leslye Headlan'ds new series Star Wars: The Acolyte is breaking new ground for a galaxy far far away and for fans. Set during the High...
EZRA is open in theaters now

Review: ‘Ezra’Bobby Cannavale, Robert De Niro, And Rose Byrne Struggle Raising A Child With...

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There’s a lot that Ezra does right. The new film from actor and director Tony Goldwyn centers on a family whose son is on...

Review: ‘Backspot’Evan Rachel Wood and Devery Jacobs Stick The Landing Of This Elliot Page-Produced...

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You may remember this quote from Bring It On: “She puts the itch in bitch.” Backspot doesn’t take much from cinema’s most quintessential cheerleading...
What You Wish For

Review: ‘What You Wish For’Nick Stahl Is A Down On His Luck Chef With...

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Who knew the kitchen was one of the most terrifying places? Lately, with such films as Fresh and The Menu, we’re now fully in...

Review: ‘The Young Wife’Kiersey Clemons Is An Anxious Bride-To-Be In Tayarisha Poe's Talent-Packed Second...

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The Young Wife is a slow-building millennial panic attack. Set in a future that feels like a sleek Instagram fever dream, director Tayarisha Poe...
Daisy Ridley in YOUNG WOMAN AND THE SEA

Review: ‘Young Woman And The Sea’Daisy Ridley Swims Her Way Into History In Disney's...

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The sea is an untamed beast that only Daisy Ridley can conquer in Disney's stirring, if simple, biopic Young Woman and the Sea. Ridley,...