Reviews

This documentary shows how obsessive life online can be and how it’s effecting America’s young lives.

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Romance ruins bromance in badly written ‘The Upside.’

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‘Burning’ is the ultimate meme of “You vs. the guy she tells you not to worry about,” shrouded in a tense mystery.

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The most provocative thing about this rote RBG biopic is the title.

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‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ talks about two lovers who find themselves facing racial injustice that threatens to tear them apart and the strongest love they have for one another that is seeking to keep them together.

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Hirokazu Koreeda’s award-winning ‘Shoplifters’ deserves the accolades for its beautiful, bittersweet family portrait.

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‘Vice’ follows up McKay’s masterful work with ‘The Big Short’ by blending dynamic character work with a large-scale sociopolitical autopsy.

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Susanna Bier and Sandra Bullock’s ‘Bird Box’ sadly has more in common with the M. Night Shyamalan disasterpiece ‘The Happening’ than anything else.

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‘Welcome to Marwen’ deals with PTSD much like it’s resident dolls, in an artificial and very plastic nature.

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Guys. This is the worst one. And I love it.

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A deep in the weeds historical epic, Mary Queen of Scots takes a big bite, yet finds trouble in the chewing.

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Light, refreshing, optimistic, and altogether lovely, ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ is everything a fan of the original could hope for.

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‘Spider-Verse’ is perfect holiday family fun.

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‘Roma’ is a stunning tour de force from a craftsman operating at the absolute peak of his game.

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Though excellently acted, ‘The Favourite’ is bleak with some pacing problems.

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