Travis Hopson’s Top 100 Of The 2010s (Finale)

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This is the finale of my Top 100 Movies of the 2010s! The process of coming up with this list damn near broke me,...

Review: ‘1917’, Sam Mendes’ Tense, Visceral WWI Odyssey Is An Instant Classic

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There are two moments of peace bookending Sam Mendes' WWI epic, 1917. In the beginning, we see young British soldiers Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman) and...

Review: ‘The Report’, Adam Driver Investigates CIA Torture In Riveting Political Drama

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(NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the Sundance Film Festival. The Report opens November 15th. Check out our interview with Daniel...

Review: ‘Honey Boy’, Shia LaBeouf Gets Serious In Exploring His Troubled Past

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(NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the Sundance Film Festival.) Trust me, I understand if the idea of Shia LaBeouf making a...

Review: ‘Dolemite Is My Name’, Eddie Murphy Is Outta Sight As Blaxploitation Legend Rudy...

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  That Eddie Murphy would gravitate to playing R-rated comedian and blaxploitation icon Rudy Ray Moore isn't at all surprising. The two have quite a...

Review: ‘Angel Has Fallen’, The Franchise Gets Back On Its Feet In A Big...

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I must admit to having a soft spot for the 'Has Fallen' movies. They are ridiculously absurd, knuckle-headed action movies with a generic tough-guy...

Review: ‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’, A Feel-Good Comedy That Outwrestles Disability Stereotypes

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As a wrestling fan it's been a treat seeing it grow beyond limited cinematic confines set by films such as No Holds Barred and...

Review: Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’, A Breezy And Violent Tinseltown...

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I want to live in the idyllic 1969 that Quentin Tarantino glorifies in his stylish and surprisingly personal Once Upon a Time in Hollywood....

Review: ‘Detective Pikachu’, Pokémon Are The Real Stars Of This Enjoyably Silly Whodunit

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Pokémon have existed as a multimedia phenomenon for three decades, spawning loads of video games, anime, and hit animated movies such as 1999's The...

Review: Zhang Yimou’s ‘Shadow’ Finds Balance Of Action And Political Intrigue

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Sometimes even the great ones make a misstep. Zhang Yimou's misguided foray into Hollywood filmmaking wasn't as bad as some others, but it was...