Review: ‘A Quiet Place Part II’John Krasinski's Horror Sequel Still Entertains But Doesn't Take...

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2018's A Quiet Place sorta came out of nowhere. While many were interested in seeing how John Krasinski, whose talents in front of and...

Review: ‘New Order’Brutal, Unflinching Class-Warfare Thriller Makes 'Parasite' Look Like A Picnic

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Get ready for 80 minutes of brutal, unflinching, and raw dystopian fantasy that explores with extreme violence the class divide within Mexico. Although, really,...

Review: ‘Dream Horse’Toni Collette And Damian Lewis Star In A Feel-Good Horse Racing Drama...

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It was inevitable that 2015 Sundance Award-winning doc Dark Horse would become a feature film. How could it not? What with its true story...

Review: ‘Seance’Suki Waterhouse Shines In A Supernatural Slasher Flick From The Writer Of 'You're...

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If you know the name Simon Barrett at all, it's probably due to the work he's done with Adam Wingard on two excellent thrillers:...

Review: ‘The Perfect Candidate’Haifaa al-Mansour Gets Back To Her Hopeful, Empowering Roots

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*NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. The Perfect Candidate is open in select area theaters now.* It’s...

Review: ‘The Woman In The Window’We're As Stuck As Amy Adams In Joe Wright's...

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The Woman in the Window's title is strangely accurate, not for anything that happens in this sloppy, uninteresting regurgitation of Rear Window. For a...

Review: ‘Those Who Wish Me Dead’Angelina Jolie's Fiery Thriller Won't Burn Into Your Memory...

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Those Who Wish Me Dead is an old-fashioned star vehicle. It probably wouldn't exist if it weren't for star Angelina Jolie, making an increasingly...

Review: ‘Spiral: From The Book Of Saw’Don't Be Caught In The Trap Of This...

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Don't be fooled by Spiral: From the Book of Saw; its use of big stars like Chris Rock (who developed the "story") and Samuel...

Review: ‘Profile’An Unnerving, Immersive Cat-And-Mouse Thriller Has A Journalist Playing A Dangerous Game To...

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Let's be honest and say that the ScreenLife genre of films, those which take place entirely on computer screens and devices, is a gimmick...

Review: ‘Army Of The Dead’Zack Snyder's Zombie Heist In Vegas Flick Hits The Jackpot

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Zombie Elvis, undead showgirls, a mutated tiger Joe Exotic would kill for, and an impossible heist mission. What the f**k is there not to...