Review: ‘Son Of The South’Spike Lee-Produced Civil Rights Drama Stars Lucas Till As An...

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Over the past year we as Americans have seen contrasting images of race. Black Lives Matter protesters were pepper-sprayed outside the White House while...

Review: ‘Redemption Day’Despite Plenty Of Familiar Faces, This Wartime Hostage Thriller Has Been Done...

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Over the next year and a half, the movie release schedule is going to look very different from what we are used to. Since...

The Punch Drunk Critics ‘Best and Worst of 2020’

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It's that time of year, dear reader. We join forces to give you insight into our top picks in a very strange year for...

Review: ‘Bridgerton’Shondaland's First Netflix Series Is Sexy And Salacious Fun

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Ladies (and Gentlemen, it's 2020 and dudes can watch historical romance if they want to. Screw gender norms.)  If you were planning on watching...
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Review: ‘Sister Of The Groom’Alicia Silverstone And Tom Everett Scott Star In The Uneven...

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One of the best consequences of COVID is not having to see your family for the holidays. Sister of the Groom reminds us how...

Review: ‘I’m Your Woman’Rachel Brosnahan Is Looking For Her Husband In This Homage To...

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Some movies need context in order to understand their full impact. Without a few historical references or previous knowledge, a film’s entire meeting can...

Review: ‘Happiest Season”Kristen Stewart And Mackenzie Davis Can't Make The Yuletide Gay In Hulu's...

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For many people, Christmas time means Christmas movies. Earlier this year Hallmark received backlash for announcing that they would finally be making a Christmas...

Review: ‘Uncle Frank’Paul Bettany Leads A Strong Cast In Gay Southern Drama

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Every kid has a relative that inspires them. One that sees their potential, that might introduce them to foreign films, gives them a book...

Review: ‘Stardust’Even Without Bowie Music, Biopic Strikes An Emotional Chord

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David Bowie famously stated that he would never allow a biopic to be made about his life. While the icon couldn’t keep Hollywood from...

Review: ‘The Last Vermeer’Art World Thriller Features A Scene-Stealing Guy Pearce

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There are A LOT of World War II movies. One seems to come out every Oscar season. However, the rebuilding that came after the...