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Go Green, Hence
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'The Green Knight' is 'Excalibur' on mescaline; it is 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' crossed with '2001: A Space Odyssey.' It is also spectacular.

‘The Green Knight’ Will Dazzle, Confuse, and Absolutely Rock You
Stale Water
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'Stillwater' is a messy, unfocused tangle of a movie made only marginally watchable because of the superb work of its lead.

‘Stillwater’ Is Stagnant, Murky, and Unappealing
No Sustain
Posted 1 week ago

Despite a strong Mark Wahlberg turn, 'Joe Bell' is a jumbled mess of emotions and contradictions, none of them particularly interesting or fully baked.

‘Joe Bell’ Rings False and Without Sustain
Seeing Double is Back!
Posted 2 weeks ago

Phil Fava compares the big-picture concepts and emotions being explored in 1984's 'Iceman' to a 2017 movie with similar concerns, a different approach, and the same title.

Seeing Double: ‘Iceman’ (1984) / ‘Iceman’ (2017)
Not Great White
Posted 2 weeks ago

At no point was my heart in my mouth – although my hand was, to cover up multiple yawns. The film was not striking in any way, shape or form.…

Shark Attack Movie ‘Great White’ Definitely Isn’t
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‘The Green Knight’ is ‘Excalibur’ on mescaline; it is ‘Monty Python and the Holy Grail’ crossed with ‘2001: A Space Odyssey.’ It is also spectacular.

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‘Stillwater’ is a messy, unfocused tangle of a movie made only marginally watchable because of the superb work of its lead.

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Despite a strong Mark Wahlberg turn, ‘Joe Bell’ is a jumbled mess of emotions and contradictions, none of them particularly interesting or fully baked.

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Phil Fava compares the big-picture concepts and emotions being explored in 1984’s ‘Iceman’ to a 2017 movie with similar concerns, a different approach, and the same title.

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At no point was my heart in my mouth – although my hand was, to cover up multiple yawns. The film was not striking in any way, shape or form.

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‘Werewolves Within’ Will Have You Howling

by Jonah Desneux July 7, 2021 Print Reviews

Josh Ruben does it again with ‘Werewolves Within.’ Based off the popular game “Werewolf,” Ruben creates a humorous whodunit spiced up in a horror setting.

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‘Zola’: Movie not bad, the Tweets are better

by Tim English July 2, 2021 Print Reviews

‘Zola’ is a hell of a read on Twitter, but despite great performances by Taylor Paige and Riley Keough, the film can’t quite capture the manic energy of the Twitter thread.

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‘Black Widow’ Doesn’t Bite, But Also Isn’t Breaking New Ground

by Warren Cantrell June 30, 2021 Print Reviews

‘Black Widow’ is a good time, even if it does come up short on originality and stakes for the MCU moving forward.

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‘Black Widow’ is solid but too little too late

by Tim English June 30, 2021 Print Reviews

Scarlett Johansson and Black Widow FINALLY get a standalone movie in the MCU and it’s five years too late. Fun action but no stakes.

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‘Kid Candidate’ Doesn’t Have The Steam To Pull Out A Win

by Jonah Desneux June 28, 2021 Print Reviews

Following the unorthodox city council campaign of 24 year old Hayden Pedigo, ‘Kid Candidate’ explores the world of Texas politics and a generational change coming to the surface.

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‘F9’ not as fast nor as furious but still ridiculously fun

by Tim English June 24, 2021 Print Reviews

‘F9: The Fast Saga’ finds new ways to be ridiculously absurd, insanely illogical and annoyingly fun as hell to watch.

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‘F9’ Ain’t Worth the Time

by Christian Ramos June 23, 2021 Print Reviews

There is yet another Fast and Furious movie and lord help us does it SUCK.

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‘F9: The Fast Saga’: Why On Earth Are There 9 of These?

by Warren Cantrell June 23, 2021 Print Reviews

Once a refreshing escapist lark, F9 finds the franchise stretching at the seams between a film that honors its “mythology” while also making fun of it.

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Pixar’s “Luca” and the Power of Friendship

by Christian Ramos June 17, 2021 Print Reviews

In the grand tradition, Pixar gives us two new best friends who harbor a secret that sends them on the adventure of a lifetime.

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“Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It” Goes for Gold

by Christian Ramos June 17, 2021 Print Reviews

Rita Moreno’s star status in Hollywood hasn’t always been a clear path. Find out in this new documentary how she got to be a Grand Dame of Hollywood.

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