‘Snowpiercer’ Season 1 Review: Rebellion Fuels A Much-Needed Course Correction

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A few weeks ago I booked passage on the first episode of TNT's long-troubled, oft-delayed Snowpiercer. Thinking it would be a disaster straight out...

Review: ‘Hammer’A Father's Love For His Son Is Pushed To The Limit

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Hammer explores how the decisions of one member of a family can impact the rest. The Davis family sees this firsthand after their oldest...

Review: ‘Shirley’Elisabeth Moss Uses A Toxic Friendship To Fuel Her Creative Genius

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*NOTE: This review was originally run during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.* A traditional biopic from Josephine Decker, the filmmaker whose Madeline's Madeline is one...

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: ‘Judy & Punch’Mia Wasikowska Is A Puppeteer On A Quest For Vengeance In...

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Similar to this year's Grimm horror Gretel & Hansel, the swapping of titular names in Judy & Punch speaks to the film's divergent central...
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‘Snowpiercer’ Ep. 3 Review: “Access Is Power”The Train’s Criminal Underground Is Introduced And the...

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In last week’s episode of Snowpiercer, the show steered a little bit back towards the classicism that made Bong Joon-ho’s film ever so timely...

Review: ‘Debt Collectors’French And Sue Are Back For Round II

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There’s always room for a mindless action flick and Debt Collectors fits the bill. Following up it’s 2018 predecessor – The Debt Collector –...

Review: ‘The Vast Of Night’Retro Alien Invasion Film Buzzes With Suspenseful Energy

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Andrew Patterson's delightfully weird, atmospheric The Vast of Night plays like somebody trapped within The Twilight Zone watching an episode of The X-Files. Set...

Review: ‘Space Force’Steve Carell's Workplace Comedy Launches Into A Shaky First Season

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In 2018, President Trump announced a new branch of the military, one that would militarize space. Instead of rolling their eyes and making jokes...

Review: ‘The High Note’Tracee Ellis Ross And Dakota Johnson Vibe In Feel-Good Music World...

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Comparisons to The Devil Wears Prada will come easily for Nisha Ganatra's music-industry comedy The High Note. But with its less-devilish, just as high-maintenance...