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‘The Report’ is an interesting, if somewhat impersonal investigative drama about the CIA’s post-9/11 torture program, starring Adam Driver.

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The story of a teenager who happens upon a monster living in the shed in his backyard, ‘The Shed’ plays with some interesting ideas, yet comes up short.

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Spanish director Pedro Almodovar once more delivers, this time in a story reflecting his own life as child and director coming to terms with the pain and glory of his life.

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‘Last Christmas’ stars Emilia Clarke as a down-and-out girl who meets a mysterious stranger one Christmas, who changes her life forever.

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[Rating: Minor Rock Fist Up] **EDITOR’S NOTE: This review was delayed due to our resident historian, Warren Cantrell, requiring oxygen and a steady application of sedatives following his screening of the picture.** A historical epic with little regard for history, The King is nonetheless an engaging medieval yarn stocked with beautiful people and quirky haircuts. […]

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A private eye who struggles with Tourette’s syndrome and has a photographic memory, tries to solve the mystery of his mentor’s death in 1950s New York City.

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‘Jojo Rabbit’ is a hilarious coming of age satire set in Nazi Germany. Director Taika Waititi takes jabs at fascist ideology and its corruption of youth.

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The story of Harriet Tubman comes to the big screen in this television feeling biopic that never soars to any new heights.

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‘Paradise Hills’ follows a group of young women, being taught how to be perfect for their future “man”, but slowly discovering the sinister secrets of the island.

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Dolemite Is My Name is a delightful comedy about Rudy Ray Moore and his creation of all things Dolemite. Eddie Murphy excels at playing Moore, a man who is willing to risk it all to make it big.

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‘The Current War: Director’s Cut’ might be more electrifying with a better edit.

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On this cold and blustery October morn I must collect my thoughts on this, a most difficult and rocky production, and present them as I see fit. ‘The Lighthouse’ deserves your support.

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Lucy Cola is an astronaut who’s deeply moved by the transcendent experience. She starts to feel too small, as reality slowly unravels.

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[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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