Reviews

[Rating: Minor Rock Fist Down] In the past year, Disney has become even more of a cultural powerhouse across the planet than they ever have before. Putting out remakes of old classics, acquiring Fox Studios, creating their own streaming platform, what will stop them? In yet another venture to tap into the nostalgia of whoever the target audience is, […]

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Mary is a about a cursed boat that can’t stay afloat. The horror never hits like it’s intended and it’s obvious the stars don’t give this genre their all.

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‘First Love’ doesn’t measure up to Takashi Miike’s former glory, not even as the Tarantino homage it’s being marketed as.

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Come for Will Smith, stay for the visuals, ignore the diluted story.

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Five days of introspection plays more like a novel than a feature film.

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Three best friends find themselves stranded on a yacht in the middle of the ocean in the effective Poe abstraction ‘Harpoon.’

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Something of a musical micro-movement hagiography, ‘Desolation Center’ is an engaging history of a very particular scene during a special time and place

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Semper Fi follows the story of a group of friends who serve in the marine corps in 2005. The film is noble but unfortunately gets too convoluted in the second half.

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Joaquin Phoenix’s brilliant turn in Joker feels like a bait and switch as mental illness takes the stage over Batman canon.

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Based on a hundred true stories… and amusingly satirical.

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Renée Zellweger is incredible as Judy Garland in moving biopic with Finn Wittrock, Michael Gambon and Jessie Buckley.

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The film is a series of ‘let’s escape, oh we made it, let’s have a meaningful moment’ cycles that get pretty tedious.

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‘Love, Antosha,’ a documentary about late actor Anton Yelchin, gives a multi-dimensional portrait of a talent gone too soon.

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‘MOMO: The Missouri Monster’ is a fairly fun, low-budget, pseudo-documentary grindhouse homage.

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[Rating: Swiss Fist] In trying to bridge the gap between twee and horror, writers/directors Dan Berk and Robert Olsen have made a movie that is neither and struggles to find an identity as a result. The story of a pair of young outlaws on the run who happen upon a set of actual, real-deal criminals, […]

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