2019

Rom-com returns to form in ‘Isn’t It Romantic,’ which destroys the clichés and invents new ways to tell a romantic and funny story.

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[Rating: Minor Rock Fist Down] A diabolical sleight-of-hand trick that suckers its audience in with promises of mayhem spanning two different genres, The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot has redefined what is possible in the realm of cinematic let-downs. Skimping on the Hitler and Bigfoot action only to delve into the heart […]

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‘Under the Eiffel Tower’ has a lot of ‘Veep’ stars, but none of the funny.

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‘Then Came You’ seems content to just trample over Manic Pixie Dream Girl story beats and characters that don’t offer anything new to the formula.

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[Rating: Minor Rock Fist Up] The body-horror movie Piercing lives up to its name both figuratively and literally. It opens with one of the most shocking images one could think of—Reed, a father, holding an ice pick above his baby—and it’s a fair warning for what the viewer can expect from there. To fend off […]

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Newcomer Angus Imrie is the best thing about Joe Cornish’s ‘The Kid Who Would be King,’ an Arthurian tale for the tween set.

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If Sarah Paulson’s Dr. Staple is looking for a character with delusions of grandeur in this film, she might not have to look further than the director himself.

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