Force of Nature
Posted 2 days ago

I Am Greta touches on the rise in popularity of Swedish Teenage activist Greta Thunberg. Showing the highs and the lows of Thunberg's activism on climate change, the film takes…

‘I Am Greta’ Is Direct Cinema Done Right
Wrong Dose
Posted 2 days ago

'Synchronic' starts as a mind-bending psychedelic mystery and turns into a bland showcase of the scientific method in action. Anthony Mackie is good as the leading man, but he can't…

‘Synchronic’ Has Interesting Ideas But A Half-Baked Plot
More Than Niiiiice
Posted 3 days ago

Sacha Baron Cohen is indeed back as his most famous alter-ego, Borat, exposing America’s darkest impulses in this sequel to the 2006 smash hit.

Niiiiiice…’Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ is Everything You’d Expect and More
No Headliner
Posted 1 week ago

Stand-up comedy is friggin’ hard, sure, yet it pales in comparison to the difficulty of making a film about it, which 'The Opening Act' demonstrates.

‘The Opening Act’ is No Headliner
Satan McMediocre
Posted 1 week ago

'The Devil Has a Name' has a few bright spots thanks to its cast, yet never manages to bring all its pieces together in a way that makes good use…

If ‘The Devil Has a Name’ it’s Satan McMediocre
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I Am Greta touches on the rise in popularity of Swedish Teenage activist Greta Thunberg. Showing the highs and the lows of Thunberg’s activism on climate change, the film takes audiences on an inspiring emotional rollercoaster.

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‘Synchronic’ starts as a mind-bending psychedelic mystery and turns into a bland showcase of the scientific method in action. Anthony Mackie is good as the leading man, but he can’t save the lackluster script by himself.

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Sacha Baron Cohen is indeed back as his most famous alter-ego, Borat, exposing America’s darkest impulses in this sequel to the 2006 smash hit.

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Stand-up comedy is friggin’ hard, sure, yet it pales in comparison to the difficulty of making a film about it, which ‘The Opening Act’ demonstrates.

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‘The Devil Has a Name’ has a few bright spots thanks to its cast, yet never manages to bring all its pieces together in a way that makes good use of them.

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‘On the Rocks’ Another Smooth Hit From Coppola

by Jonah Desneux October 6, 2020 Print Reviews

Rashida Jones and Bill Murray star in Sofia Coppola’s newest feature ‘On the Rocks.’ Coppola shows why she is one of the best auteurs working today, with her sharp dialogue-driven New York drama.

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Steinem Unplugged in ‘The Glorias’

by Christian Ramos October 1, 2020 Print Reviews

‘The Glorias’ takes an almost never ending road-trip of detours through the life of Gloria Steinem.

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‘Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles’ Is A Sweet Treat

by Jonah Desneux September 25, 2020 Print Reviews

Prepare to get mesmerized by a world of sweets in Ottolenghi and the Caked of Versailles. Preparing for The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Versailles exhibit, Chef Yotam Ottolenghi assembles a team of culinary artists to capture the spirit of Versailles in form of deserts.

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‘I think that’ll be one of my favorite scenes that I’ve ever made or been part of making’ | Campos on the religious tones and his favorite scene from ‘The Devil All The Time’

by Joe Jarosz September 21, 2020 Blogs

‘The Devil All The Time’ follows an unholy preacher, a twisted couple, and crooked sheriff as they converge around young Arvin Russell as he fights the evil forces that threaten him and his family.

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Great Intentions: Monáe Shines as ‘Antebellum’ Undermines

by KB Burke September 18, 2020 Print Reviews

Successful author Veronica Henley finds herself trapped in a horrifying reality and must uncover the mind-bending mystery before it’s too late.

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‘The Nest’ Brings Horror Elements To Family Drama

by Jonah Desneux September 18, 2020 Print Reviews

Carrie Coon and Jude Law shine as a husband and wife in a toxic marriage in Sean Durkin’s newest feature.

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‘The Devil All The Time’ offers a haunting look at backwoods America

by Joe Jarosz September 16, 2020 Print Reviews

‘The Devil All The Time’ follows an unholy preacher, a twisted couple, and crooked sheriff as they converge around young Arvin Russell as he fights the evil forces that threaten him and his family.

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‘Rent-A-Pal’ Showcases The Horror Of Being Stuck At Home And Lonely

by Jonah Desneux September 11, 2020 Print Reviews

‘Rent-A-Pal’ is a strange thriller about the horror of loneliness. Perfect for this time, the themes, comedy, and performances make for an exhilarating viewing experience.

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Top 10 Pandemic Movies

by Warren Cantrell September 11, 2020 Top 10s

Today’s Top 10 list is a celebration of the films that got pandemics more or less correct from the micro or macro (or both) side of things.

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Home-invasion thriller ‘The Owners’ not worthy of Williams

by KB Burke September 4, 2020 Print Reviews

‘The Owners’ is a slow-burn home-invasion thriller that’s not very thrilling or worthy of Maisie Williams’ talent.

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