Review: ‘Trolls World Tour’Not As Earworm-Worthy As Before, But Still A Sweet And Glittery...

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Who would've thought Trolls World Tour to be such an important movie in 2020? The 2016 film, which featured Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake...

Review: ‘Coffee & Kareem’No Amount Of Sugar Can Sweeten This Bitter, Stale Buddy Comedy

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The buddy cop-comedy used to be a staple of American cinema, but man, has it fallen on hard times. The genre reaches a new...

Review: ‘Clover’The Luck Of The Irish Isn't Quite With Jon Abrahams' Loud, Familiar Mob...

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Actor/director Jon Abrahams hasn't given himself an easy out with the mob comedy, Clover. The genre is so overstuffed with Tarantino stereotypes and cliches...

Review: ‘The Other Lamb’Michiel Huisman's Raw Cultish Energy Isn't Enough To Make You A...

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Do cult leaders ever really go out of style? At least in the world of cinema, there's always a fascination to the charismatic, Messiah-like...

Review: ‘Uncorked’Mamoudou Athie Delivers A Vintage Performance, But Netflix's Wine Drama Will Leave You...

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Wine connoisseurs have always fascinated me. I'm someone who loves wineries and those who understand wine better than I ever could, but don't necessarily...

Review: ‘The Banker’Anthony Mackie And Samuel L. Jackson Invest In A Superheroic True Story...

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Wealth. When institutional racism is discussed, it is the creation of wealth that has long been denied to black people even after the end...

Review: ‘Big Time Adolescence’Pete Davidson Gets The Headlines But Griffin Gluck Truly Wins In...

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Debuting at Sundance in 2019,  Big Time Adolescence was the kind of familiar, plucky coming-of-age story the festival trafficks in pretty regularly. What made...

Review: ‘The Roads Not Taken’Javier Bardem & Elle Fanning Travel A Tedious Path In...

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When the most compelling thing about Sally Potter's stagnant melodrama The Roads Not Taken is figuring out how Elle Fanning could possibly be Javier...

Review: ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’Eliza Hittman Returns With Another Sobering, Intimate Look At Sexual...

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When we first meet Autumn (Sidney Flanigan) in Eliza Hittman's stirring, intimate, and infuriating Never Rarely Sometimes Always, she's singing a melancholy tune at...

Review: ‘Bloodshot’Vin Diesel Slugs His Way Through A Brawny, Surprisingly Enjoyable Comic Book Movie

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If trying to launch a brand new superhero cinematic universe, Sony could've done worse than Bloodshot, a character whose origin story is basically a...