Review: ‘Willy’s Wonderland’Nicolas Cage Is A Silent Assassin Of Evil Animatronic Puppets

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Nicolas Cage vs. evil animatronic monsters? The idea practically writes itself, and thankfully for Willy's Wonderland it appears that no script got in the...

Review: ‘To All The Boys: Always And Forever’Lara Jean And Peter Face An Uncertain...

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Oh, Peter. You've finally found a rival for Lara Jean's heart that you can't simply out-smile or out-charm into defeat. Netflix's adaptations of Jenny...

Review: ‘The Mauritanian’A Soulful Tahar Rahim Elevates Kevin Macdonald's Workmanlike Gitmo Political Thriller

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Kevin Macdonald's The Mauritanian is the type of serious-minded, conscientious, politically relevant drama that you hope soars, because it's the only way people will...

Review: ‘Malcolm & Marie’John David Washington And Zendaya Are As Electifying As They Are...

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Words can hit harder than any fist. In Sam Levinson's Malcolm & Marie, a couple, played by Tenet star John David Washington and recent...

Review: ‘Little Fish’Olivia Cooke And Jack O'Connell Try To Find Their Own Eternal Sunshine...

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Little Fish, the thought-provoking, poetic sci-fi love story from director Chad Hartigan, is a pandemic movie that isn't about the pandemic. Thank goodness. There...

Sundance Review: ‘The World To Come’Katherine Waterston And Vanessa Kirby Share An Impassioned Romance...

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The second recent lesbian love story set in the 19th-century, Mona Fastvold's rapturous The World to Come has only that in common with the...

Sundance Review: ‘Together Together’Ed Helms & Patti Harrison Shine In A Modest But Affecting...

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The biological clock doesn't always toll for women, at least not in Nikole Beckwith's charming, understated Together Together. It's an interesting idea; most movies...

Review: ‘Judas And The Black Messiah’Lakeith Stanfield And Daniel Kaluuya Lead A Powerful Look...

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We've seen quite a few movies lately on COINTELPRO, such as the recent Kristen Stewart-led Seberg, which chronicle the FBI's attempts to smear, disrupt,...

Sundance Review: ‘First Date’Quirky Teen Crime-Comedy Goes Skidding Off The Road

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Just think, if you were a shy kid who managed to score a night out with the girl you've been crushing on for years....

Sundance Review: ‘Jockey’Clifton Collins Jr. Rides Into The Winner's Circle In An Affecting, Intimate...

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Spend enough time at the horseraces and you begin to see beyond the showmanship of it all. It can be easy to caught up...