Adult Life Skills Review: Jodie Whittaker Shines in Quirky Film
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Adult Life Skills Review: Jodie Whittaker Shines in Quirky Film

Adult Life Skills is a quirky and touching story about dealing with grief in a…

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The Upside Review: Kevin Hart & Bryan Cranston Share Great Chemistry
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The Upside Review: Kevin Hart & Bryan Cranston Share Great Chemistry

The Upside is a Hollywood remake of the hit 2011 French film, The Intouchables. As…

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On The Basis of Sex Review: The Notorious RBG Gets a Quaint Biopic
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On The Basis of Sex Review: The Notorious RBG Gets a Quaint Biopic

Replicas Review: Keanu Reeves Makes Yet Another Must-Watch Disasterpiece
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Replicas Review: Keanu Reeves Makes Yet Another Must-Watch Disasterpiece

God bless Keanu Reeves. He is a living legend and a true Hollywood treasure. When…

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Welcome to Marwen Review: The Year’s Worst Movie
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Welcome to Marwen Review: The Year’s Worst Movie

When I saw the second trailer for Welcome to Marwen, I could not have been…

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Aquaman Review #2: The Best Looking Superhero Movie Ever Made
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Aquaman Review #2: The Best Looking Superhero Movie Ever Made

After an incredibly rocky start to the DC Extended Universe, it looks as though things…

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Bumblebee Review #2: Sometimes Less Really Is More
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Bumblebee Review #2: Sometimes Less Really Is More

After several years of mediocrity, the Transformers franchise has finally stepped up its game to…

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Smallfoot Review: A Hilarious Lesson in Critical Thinking
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Smallfoot Review: A Hilarious Lesson in Critical Thinking

Smallfoot is an ingenious lesson in critical thinking, adroitly delivered via CGI animation. I certainly…

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Suspiria Review: Avoid These Witches at All Costs
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Suspiria Review: Avoid These Witches at All Costs

There are some pretty interesting choices that acclaimed directors have made over the years. Gus…

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Night School Review: Dim-Witted Slapstick That Runs Painfully Long
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Night School Review: Dim-Witted Slapstick That Runs Painfully Long

Night School is a dim-witted, slapstick comedy that runs painfully long. Star Kevin Hart shifts…

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