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Review: ‘My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising’, Deku And The Gang Step Up For...

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For the uninitiated, in the world of My Hero Academia (the insanely popular manga and anime series) 80% of the world's people are born...

Review: ‘Charlie Says’, Peace, Love, And Murder In A Middling Manson Family Drama

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Charles Manson and the Manson family left a path of carnage and destruction in their wake during the late '60s and early '70s. Many members of...

Review: ‘Angelfish’Rapper Princess Nokia & Jimi Stanton Are Wonderful In This Compelling Bronx Romance

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Summer in the Bronx, 1993. Brendan (Jimi Stanton) is a troubled but hard-working high school drop-out with a manipulative mother and a brother on...

Review: ‘Big Time Adolescence’Pete Davidson Gets The Headlines But Griffin Gluck Truly Wins In...

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Debuting at Sundance in 2019,  Big Time Adolescence was the kind of familiar, plucky coming-of-age story the festival trafficks in pretty regularly. What made...

Review: ‘Come As You Are’Disability Sex Comedy Is Sweet, Shallow, And Naive

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The sex comedy is nothing new. A bunch of guys trying to lose their virginity before some big life event happens has been done...

Review: ‘The Photograph’, A Beautiful Snapshot Of Modern Black Love

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While there has been a clear rise in studio romances featuring black stars, it speaks to the relative lack of them that we still...

Review: ‘Self Made: Inspired by the Life Of Madam C.J. Walker’Octavia Spencer And Tiffany...

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Every Black History month our schools roll out the hits of usually the same black historical figures who have made a difference in America....

Review: ‘The Willoughbys’Kids Endanger Their Parents In Netflix's Frantic And Slapsticky Animated Adventure-Comedy

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“If you’re interested in stories with happy endings, you’re better off reading some other book. In this book, there are no happy endings", warns...

Review: ‘Spaceship Earth’Biosphere 2 Documentary Is A Frustrating Deep Dive Into A Good Idea...

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Most Americans have been quarantining in their homes for the last month and a half. Imagine trying to do that for two years. Spaceship...

Review: ‘The Kill Team’, An Intense Drama That Examines The Morality Of War

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The Kill Team tells the true story of Andrew Briggman (Nat Wolff) – a young man who joined the Army and was deployed to Afghanistan in...