Sundance Review: ‘CODA’Emilia Jones Sings Her Heart Out In A Crowd-Pleaser About A Hearing...

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CODA is the kind of heartwarming crowdpleaser that Opening Night at Sundance is made for. However, this coming-of-age dramedy about an anxious teen girl...

Review: ‘Long Weekend’Finn Wittrock And Zoë Chao Charm In A Surprising Sci-Fi Rom-Com That...

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Happenstance is a very real thing in writer/director Stephen Basilone's debut film, Long Weekend, and it impacts not only his pair of hopelessly-in-love characters,...

Review: ‘The Paper Tigers’Lighthearted Kung Fu Comedy Punches You Right In The Feels

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A trio of kung fu masters reunites to avenge the murder of their fallen sensei. It's the set-up for literally hundreds of martial arts...

‘Zola’ Interview: Janicza Bravo And Jeremy O. Harris On Adapting The Epic Twitter Thread,...

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Should any of us be surprised that one incredible, mind-blowing Twitter thread became a critically-acclaimed movie? Social media has been the impetus for so...

Review: ‘Clementine’Same-Sex Drama Brings Plenty Of Tension, But Lacks Passion

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There's nothing quite so unsettling, as world-altering, as coming to a place you consider home and finding the locks changed. It throws a person...

Review: ‘Amulet’Romola Garai's Chilling Debut Horror Echoes With A Feminist Rage

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When horror is at its best, nightmarish themes are expertly woven with often harsh social commentary, creating an experience that hits you two-fold. It's...

Review: ‘Enola Holmes’Millie Bobby Brown Cracks Cases And Wins Hearts As Sherlock Holmes' Fearless...

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Sherlock Holmes has been re-envisioned in dozens of different ways. One of the enduring features of the character is that he can be changed,...

Review: ‘Freaky’Vince Vaughn Is At His Scariest As A Teenage Girl In This Wild,...

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Nobody makes horror movies fun quite like Christopher Landon. The Paranormal Activity filmmaker leapt from those found-footage flicks into lighter genre fare with Scouts...

Review: ‘Soul’Pixar Delivers A Breezy Existential Crowdpleaser That Plays It Safe

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When we learned Pete Docter was doing Soul, a film that would explore concepts of the afterlife, I think flashes of his modern classic...

Sundance Review: ‘Land’Robin Wright Struggles With Grief And The Wild In Her Gentle, Confident...

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After helming multiple episodes of Netflix's House of Cards, Robin Wright makes her proper feature directing debut with Land. The simple, no-fuss drama finds...