Bumblebee Review: The Best Transformers Movie Since The Original
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Bumblebee Review: The Best Transformers Movie Since The Original

Bumblebee is the best film in the Transformers franchise since the live action original. It’s…

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The Grinch Review: A Syrupy Sweet Christmas Treat
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The Grinch Review: A Syrupy Sweet Christmas Treat

Dr. Suess’ beloved Christmas grouch is adapted once again for the big screen. The Grinch…

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Widows Review: The Best Crime Drama of The Year
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Widows Review: The Best Crime Drama of The Year

Widows is a slow-burn, expertly crafted crime drama with thrilling plot twists. Based on an…

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Roma Review: Alfonso Cuaron Delivers Another Masterpiece
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Roma Review: Alfonso Cuaron Delivers Another Masterpiece

Alfonso Cuarón, the Oscar winning director of Gravity and Children of Men, delivers another cinema…

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Instant Family Review: A Heartwarming Story of Love and Adoption
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Instant Family Review: A Heartwarming Story of Love and Adoption

Instant Family has a whole lot of heart. Director Sean Anders crafts a touching story…

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Wreck-It Ralph 2 Review: Disney Princesses Are Worth the Price of Admission
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Wreck-It Ralph 2 Review: Disney Princesses Are Worth the Price of Admission

Wreck-It Ralph (John C. Reilly) returns in a grand adventure for modern times. Ralph Breaks…

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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Review: A Magical Disaster
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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Review: A Magical Disaster

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is red meat to the die-hard fans of writer…

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Green Book Review: A Peculiar Road Trip Through the Jim Crow South
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Green Book Review: A Peculiar Road Trip Through the Jim Crow South

The Negro Motorist Green Book was a travel guide for African Americans. Published until 1966,…

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The Front Runner Review: Hugh Jackman’s Latest Is All Style and No Substance
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The Front Runner Review: Hugh Jackman’s Latest Is All Style and No Substance

The Front Runner is a frenetic and superficial account of a historic political downfall. In…

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The Mercy Review: Colin Firth & Rachel Weisz Shine in Tragic Sea Story
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The Mercy Review: Colin Firth & Rachel Weisz Shine in Tragic Sea Story