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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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[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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The sheer audacity of crafting a zombie film wherein the camera never stops rolling is impressive.

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This crime drama, based on a New York magazine article, follows a group of strippers who con and drug rich men, who visit their club.

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