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INSIDE OUT 2

Review: ‘Inside Out 2’Pixar Finds Humor And Heart In A Teen Girl's Anxiety

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Let's face it, Pixar sequels are a mixed bag. At one time the studio honored for its incredible creativity and imagination, Disney's corporate demands...
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...
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,...
Vicky Krieps in THE DEAD DON'T HURTA

Review: ‘The Dead Don’t Hurt’Viggo Mortensen Crafts A Somber, Violent Western Romance Led By...

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It's to Viggo Mortensen's credit that The Dead Don't Hurt, only his second feature film as director, doesn't feel like a vanity project. There...
Handling the Undead

Review: ‘Handling The Undead’The Living Grieve For The Living Dead In Somber, Emotional Zombie...

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Just about everything that can be done with the zombie genre has been done. Comedy, rom-com, action movies, drama, and even arthouse cinema have...
In a Violent Nature

Review: ‘In A Violent Nature’A Jason-Like Killer Takes The Spotlight In Chris Nash's Fresh,...

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Has there ever been a Sundance movie as unflinchingly brutal as Chris Nash’s In a Violent Nature? Not that I can remember, and there have...