Review: ‘Easter Sunday’Jo Koy Serves Up Laughs But Can't Rescue An Undercooked Dysfunctional Family...

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To get it out of the way, I've never heard of Jo Koy before seeing him in the dysfunctional family comedy, Easter Sunday. And I...

Review: ‘Prey’Amber Midthunder Slays It In A Smart, Ultra-Violent 'Predator' Prequel That Reignites The...

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I consider myself a Predator superfan. Always have, ever since Schwarzenegger, Weathers, and Ventura battled the original alien hunter in 1987, I've loved the simplicity...

Review: ‘Bullet Train’Brad Pitt, Bad Bunny, And More Kill It In An Exhilarating, Fast-Paced...

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I've watched my favorite genre, the hitman/assassin thriller, basically tell the exact same story for about 40 years. That extends all the way up...

Review: ‘Thirteen Lives’Ron Howard's Most Compelling Film In Years Refuses To Be Sunk By...

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It feels good to have Ron Howard once again making feel-good movies. Yes, Thirteen Lives is about the 2018 rescue of twelve young soccer players and...

Review: ‘Sharp Stick’Lena Dunham's Return Film Is Orchestrated To Be Provocative, But Nothing More

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Count me as one of those who hate-watched Girls. I have a fascination with Lena Dunham and the shallower-than-bathwater cast of white characters she creates....

Review: ‘Vengeance’BJ Novak's Funny, Sharp Comic Mystery Teases His Potential As A Filmmaker

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"So as like, a personal boundary, I don’t avenge deaths. It’s just who I am.” In BJ Novak's directorial debut, Vengeance, his character Ben, a New...

Review: ‘Resurrection’Rebecca Hall And Tim Roth Play Head Games In Andrew Semans' Grotesquely Over-The-Top...

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There’s something about the way Margaret (Rebecca Hall) offers advice to a naive co-worker about her abusive boyfriend. It sounds authoritative, too much so,...

Review: ‘The Gray Man’Ryan Gosling And Chris Evans Star In Netflix's Enjoyably Brainless Blockbuster...

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The shame in Netflix's massively-budgeted blockbuster star vehicle, The Gray Man, is that it won't matter how good, or not good, it is. Despite stars...

Review: ‘Don’t Make Me Go’John Cho And Mia Isaac Star In A Bittersweet Father-Daughter...

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Don't Make Me Go. The title almost sounds like it belongs to a horror movie, not a sentimental road trip film. And perhaps it...

Review: ‘American Carnage’Jorge Lendeborg Jr. And Jenna Ortega Try To Survive Racism, Old Folks,...

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American Carnage opens with a montage of various news reports, TV footage, and speeches on the subject of immigration. None of it comes across as...