Review: ‘Antebellum’Janelle Monae Fights For Her Freedom In A Psychological Horror In Need Of...

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Antebellum is not the movie you think it is. Antebellum is not the movie that it has been promoted to be. That is not...
I've Got Issues

Review: ‘I’ve Got Issues’An Uneven Dark “Comedy” Takes A Look At Despair In Everyday...

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As we enter month 100 of being locked down due to Covid, you can’t help but have a feeling of dread, despair, and hopelessness....

TIFF Review: ‘I Care A Lot’Rosamund Pike And Peter Dinklage Go Toe-to-Toe In Superbly...

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You always hear about people “abusing the system.” Learning the ins & outs, the ways to make it work for them. In I Care...

Review: ‘The Nest’Jude Law And Carrie Coon’s World Crumbles In Sean Durkin’s Chilling Family...

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*NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the Sundance Film Festival.* The opening moments of Sean Durkin’s devastatingly precise family drama The Nest are shot...

Review: ‘Lost Girls & Love Hotels’Alexandra Daddario Goes Fifty Shades In A Japanese Drama...

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In the opening moments of William Olsson's Lost Girls & Love Hotels, American ex-pat Margaret (a game Alexandra Daddario) staggers through the back alleys...

Review: ‘The Secrets We Keep’Noomi Rapace And Joel Kinnaman Lead A Thoughtful, Uneven Thriller...

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Perhaps no actor better embodies a woman's vengeful thirst against violent, misogynistic men than Noomi Rapace, who has gravitated to such roles ever since...

Review: ‘The Devil All The Time’A Star-Studded Cast Fails To Energize Antonio Campos' Passionless...

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It should be an easy home run. Antonio Campos' starry, swampy Southern gothic The Devil All the Time has so many tools the indie,...

Review: ‘I Am Woman’Tilda Cobham-Hervey Dazzles In Helen Reddy Biopic That Croons Rather Than...

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If you have been politically active at all in the last four years, been to marches, or even seen one on tv, chances are...
I met a girl

Review: ‘I Met A Girl’Aussie Rom-Com Walks Delicate Balance In Depiction Of Mental Illness

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It seems these days that the standard romantic-comedy has been so overdone that new sub-genres are emerging. Take the new film, director Luke Eve’s...

Review: ‘Up On The Glass’A Bland Thriller That Never Finds It's Footing

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Andy (Hunter Cross), Jack (Chase Fein), and Moze (Steve Holm) are three Dartmouth college grads that have a little reunion at Andy’s cottage on...