Review: ‘The Addams Family 2’Not So Creepy, Not So Kooky, Not So Funny

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The creepy and kooky creations of Charles Addams may have found themselves a new torture device: subject victims to The Addams Family 2. Fans...

Review: ‘Witch Hunt’A Welcome, Modern-Day Reimagining Of The Salem Witch Trials

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*NOTE: This review was originally part of our 2021 SXSW Film Festival coverage. Witch Hunt opens in theaters, digital, and VOD on October 1st.* Imagine...

Review: ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’Tom Hardy Ups The Crazy In A Sequel That's...

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Like an alien symbiote without a host body, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is a mass of bonkers ideas swirling around without a story...

Review: ‘Mayday’A War-Torn Feminist Fairy Tale That Doesn't Go Far Enough

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*NOTE: This review was originally part of our 2021 Sundance Film Festival coverage. Mayday opens in theaters and VOD on October 1st.* Karen Cinorre’s fantastical,...

Review: ‘Falling For Figaro’Danielle Macdonald Charms But This Opera Rom-Com Is Out Of Tune

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As millions have made the life choice to ditch their jobs and pursue their dreams, motivated by the pandemic of course, it was inevitable...

Review: ‘No Time To Die’Daniel Craig's 007 Swan Song Is An Emotional, Explosive Thrill...

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And here we are. After almost two years of waiting for it, the title No Time to Die became something of a joke. But...

Review: ‘Titane’Julia Ducournau's Beautiful, Disgusting Body Horror/Love Story Is Unlike Anything You'll See This...

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The most shocking, disturbing, and yet surprisingly affirming film you'll see this year, Julia Ducournau's Titane is unlike anything else. After her outlandishly grotesque debut Raw, Ducournau...

Review: ‘The Guilty’Jake Gyllenhaal Leads Antoine Fuqua's Intense, Contained Cop Thriller

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*NOTE: This review was recently part of our TIFF 2021 coverage. The Guilty opens in limited release on September 24th, followed by Netflix beginning...

Review: ‘This Is The Night’'Rocky'-Inspired Coming-Of-Age Film Delivers Body Blows Of Nostalgia And Sincerity

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May 28th, 1982. That date might not mean anything to you, but it apparently meant a lot to writer/director James DeMonaco and the people...

Review: ‘The Starling’Melissa McCarthy Tangles With Grief And An Angry Bird In Theodore Melfi's...

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*NOTE: This review was recently part of our 2021 Toronto International Film Festival coverage. The Starling comes to Netflix on September 24th.* “Birds are tricky,” ...