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Top 10 Movie Witches

by Warren Cantrell on February 16, 2016

in Top 10s

Director Robert Eggers’ The Witch opens in wide release this week, so it seems as good a time as any to get down to the serious business of ranking witches in film.

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Kill For Me devolves into a series of twists, each more inexplicable and illogical than the last, as Hailey’s true motives become harder to discern as she goes to extreme lengths to blackmail her roommate and lover into helping Hailey seduce and kill her abusive father

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‘Snitch’ is a character study that’s short on action and a treatise whose true purpose is to lecture the audience on the the evils of mandatory minimum sentencing for drug-related crimes.

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Those seeking out Robot & Frank are likely to get exactly what they expect, no more, no less, but for longtime fans of Frank Langella (or those desperate for anything even remotely sci-fi), it’s enough.

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The overt and handsy camera work and lack of any satisfying emotional appeal in ‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’ undermine the strength that it could have had.

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‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’ is a low-key comedy filled with excellent, naturalistic performances.

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