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Review: Paul Schrader wins with ‘The Card Counter’

10 Sep

The Card Counter comes to us from esteemed filmmaker Paul Schrader, writer of Taxi Driver, director of First Reformed, and…

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Review: Performances help prevent ‘Cinderella’ from sinking

6 Sep

This new musical retelling of Cinderella was allegedly James Corden’s idea, and I mean allegedly in the legal sense, because…

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Review: ‘The Year of the Everlasting Storm’ can be transfixing

3 Sep

At the onset of the pandemic, a group of producers came up with an idea: challenge directors from around the…

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Review: ‘Shang-Chi’ is another shrink-wrapped Disney product

25 Aug

“You are a product of all who came before you,” a wise woman tells Shang-Chi in the movie’s trailer, and…

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Review: Rebecca Hall lifts ‘The Night House’

22 Aug

Rebecca Hall is so, so good in The Night House. She plays Beth, a woman who just lost her husband…

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Review: ‘Reminiscence’ is a grueling paradox of a movie

20 Aug

Reminiscence, ironically, takes place in the future, when society has collapsed with the climate and cities have adapted to sitting…

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Review: ‘The Suicide Squad’ sends franchise in a good direction

9 Aug

Following in the proud tradition of The Predator and The Final Destination, The Suicide Squad is a sequel-slash-reboot of an…

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Review: ‘Nine Days’ fails to enthrall

7 Aug

Nine Days, written and directed by Edson Oda, takes place in a primordial purgatory where unborn souls spend nine days…

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Review: If you’re looking for something different, ‘Annette’ is it

7 Aug

If you’re looking for something different, Annette is an avant-garde musical about a celebrity couple—renowned opera soprano Ann Defrasnoux and…

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4 upcoming Marvel movie releases to watch in 2021

4 Aug

Before Black Widow was released on July 9, 2021, it seemed like forever between Marvel movie releases. In fact, it…

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