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: ‘Becky’Kevin James Turns To The Dark Side In An Ultra-Violent Home Invasion Thriller

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Did anyone else want to be Kevin McCallister as a kid? By yourself, no parents, no rules, and you get to outsmart two burglars...

Review: ‘Sometimes Always Never’Bill Nighy Punches Up a Foggy British Dramedy

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Board games seemed to have made a comeback during quarantine. Numerous families and friends groups dusted off their Settlers of Catan and Clue board...

Review: ‘The Short History Of The Long Road’Sabrina Carpenter Breaks Out In Quietly Thoughtful...

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In the new film The Short History Of The Long Road, Sabrina Carpenter sheds her Disney persona for the open road. Writer/Director Ani Simon-Kennedy...

Review: ‘The Half Of it’A Stellar Cast Saves Netflix's LGBTQ Take On Cyrano de...

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Though we are a month away from pride month, it's always nice to see LGBTQ representation on film. The Half Of It, a teen love story...

Review: ‘Inside The Rain’Bipolar Dramedy Nearly Has Too Much On Its Mind

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"Recklessly extravagant." It's a term that comes up a lot in the new film, Inside the Rain. Instead of describing a Jay Gatsby or Marie Antoniette...

Review: ‘Miss Juneteenth’Nicole Beharie Steals The Show In A Beauty Pageant Drama Exploring Black...

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Today is Juneteenth, the holiday that commemorates the ending of slavery in the US, two years after the Emancipation Proclamation. It’s a day for...

Review: ‘Arkansas’Clark Duke's Directorial Debut Makes For A Slow, Tedious Journey

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Drugs. Witty one-liners. John Malkovich. Plenty of Violence. The new film, Arkansas seems to truly have it all. Based on the pulp fiction novel...

Review: ‘Only’Post Apocalyptic Drama Tries To Imagine World Without Women

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Women. They say you can’t live with them or without them. Well, in the new film Only from Writer/Director Takashi Docher takes that turn...

Review: ‘Tuscaloosa’Overstuffed Coming Of Age Story Stars Natalia Dyer And Devon Bostick

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A typical movie has a runtime between 90 and 120 minutes. Most come in around 110 and what directors decide to do with that...