Sundance Review: ‘R#J’Tech Savvy Romeo & Juliet Is Worth Giving A "Like"

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I don't know if every generation deserves their own version of Romeo and Juliet, but they damn sure seem to keep getting them. In...

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: ‘Above Suspicion’Emilia Clarke Can't Rise Above This Drab, Kentucky Fried Portrait Of Adultery...

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I hated Above Suspicion in the first two minutes. The first line of dialog, actually.  It's rare that I start a review with something...

Review: ‘The Unholy’Devotion Is All That Saves This By-The-Book Religious Horror

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan might want to get himself a traveling priest, because he's stumbled into another horror film meant to scare the breath out...

Review: ‘Hope Gap’Annette Bening And Bill Nighy Elevate William Nicholson's Stagy Divorce Drama

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Watching divorce unfold is a lot like passing by a car wreck. You know it's terrible, but you slow down anyway and refuse to...

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: ‘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: ‘Radioactive’Rosamund Pike Gives A Combustible Performance In Marjane Satrapi's Marie Curie Biopic

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Innovation is often a double-edge sword. For the positive progress that lends value to a society, there can be negative unforeseen consequences. This was...

Review: ‘The Main Event’Netflix's Light-Hearted WWE Film Is A Harmless Jobber

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As a professional wrestling enthusiast of the highest order, the first thing I noticed about Netflix's The Main Event, the streamer's latest partnership with...

Review: ‘Flashback’Dylan O'Brien And Maika Monroe Go On A Frustratingly Dull Mind Trip

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A designer drug has Dylan O'Brien trippin' balls in Christopher MacBride's listless psychological thriller Flashback. As much fun as that might seem to invite,...