Review: ‘The Wonder’Florence Pugh Examines A Miracle In Sebastián Lelio's Eerie, Confounding Misstep

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Logic vs faith. It’s a dance as old as time, and has often made for compelling cinematic entertainment. Sebastián Lelio’s austere but gripping film The...

Review: ‘Please Baby Please’Andrea Riseborough And Harry Melling Get Weird In Amanda Kramer's Disappointing...

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It used to be that queer cinema was underground, shadowy, subversive when in the skilled hands of filmmakers such as John Waters or Gregg...

Review: ‘Enola Holmes 2’Millie Bobby Brown Is Still Delightful In A Bigger And Less...

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It's only been a couple of years, but let's not forget just how much of a joy Enola Holmes was. And not just that, but it...

Review: ‘Aftersun’A Father And Daughter Share A Heartbreakingly Beautiful Bond In Charlotte Wells' Feature...

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I've often thought about what it would look like if I made a movie about my father. It would probably resemble Charlotte Wells' feature...

Review: ‘Run Sweetheart Run’Ella Balinska Faces The Date From Hell In Shana Feste's Blistering,...

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RUN! It's not just a word bookending the title of Shana Feste's pulse-pounding, feminist horror Run Sweetheart Run. The word hits you in the chest in...

Review: ‘The School For Good & Evil’School Is In Session But Paul Feig's Harry...

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It's hard to make a global phenomenon on the par of Harry Potter. While there have been many copycats over the years, few have connected...

Review: ‘Ticket To Paradise’George Clooney And Julia Roberts Are The Only Reason To Endure...

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There will probably come a time when I really start to like Ticket to Paradise. It's just not right now. The potential for it to...

Review: ‘Black Adam’Dwayne Johnson And The Justice Society Power An Exciting, Action-Packed New DCEU...

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Black Adam isn't just another superhero movie for Dwayne Johnson. It has been his passion project for more than a decade, beginning when he was...

Middleburg Review: ‘Decision To Leave’Park Chan-wook Delivers With Skill A Frustratingly Enigmatic Game Of...

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There was a time when Park Chan-wook was known for just one thing. He was the South Korean filmmaker behind The Vengeance Trilogy, consisting...

Middleburg Review: ‘The Banshees Of Inisherin’Colin Farrell And Brendan Gleeson Are Friends Turned Bitter...

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Feuds are funny things. No, really, in Martin McDonagh's hilariously dark The Banshees of Inisherin, a feud sparks laughter as well as grim reflection in...