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: ‘The Trial Of The Chicago 7’Aaron Sorkin's Timely, Rousing Courtroom Drama Is One...

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Leave it to Aaron Sorkin to energize what might've been a stiff, paint-by-numbers courtroom drama the way he did three decades ago with A...

‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 Episode 5 Review: “The Jedi”

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Damn you, Dave Filoni! Why must this episode of The Mandalorian be so good!? I've watched it twice already and I'm not sure it'll...

Review: ‘F9: The Fast Saga’Justin Lin Sets The 'Fast & Furious' Franchise On The...

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"It's not what's under the hood. The only thing that matters is who's behind the wheel." The wisdom of Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) has fueled...

Middleburg Review: ‘Nomadland’Frances McDormand Delivers A Career Best Performance In Chloe Zhao's Enormous, Powerful...

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There are a lot of deep silences in Chloe Zhao's Nomadland. Oftentimes they're intentional, as the lead character Fern (a magnificent Frances McDormand) spends...

Review: ‘Hamilton’The Room Where It Happened Is Your Living Room, Thanks To Disney+

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The room where it happened, it turns out, is in your living room. Disney spent a small fortune, enough cash to make Alexander Hamilton...

Review: ‘Mulan’Disney's Sweeping Wuxia Fairy Tale Is Their Best Remake Yet

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Disney's long-anticipated, longer-than-expected anyway, remake of Mulan opens with a sweeping, grande journey through an ancient Chinese village. Such a vast introduction was clearly...

Review: ‘To All The Boys: Always And Forever’Lara Jean And Peter Face An Uncertain...

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Oh, Peter. You've finally found a rival for Lara Jean's heart that you can't simply out-smile or out-charm into defeat. Netflix's adaptations of Jenny...

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: ‘Boss Level’Joe Carnahan's Cinematic Quarter-Muncher Is Worth Playing Again And Again

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The other day I was playing (really, getting my ass kicked) by a new version of the video game Ghosts 'n Goblins. I mean,...