Review: ‘The Hunt’Blumhouse's Controversial Political Satire Destroys Deplorables And Snowflakes Alike

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“Liberal Hollywood is Racist at the highest level, and with great Anger and Hate! They like to call themselves ‘Elite,’ but they are not...

Review: ‘Trolls World Tour’Not As Earworm-Worthy As Before, But Still A Sweet And Glittery...

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Who would've thought Trolls World Tour to be such an important movie in 2020? The 2016 film, which featured Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake...

Review: ‘Hope Gap’Annette Bening And Bill Nighy Elevate William Nicholson's Stagy Divorce Drama

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Watching divorce unfold is a lot like passing by a car wreck. You know it's terrible, but you slow down anyway and refuse to...

Review: ‘The Way Back’Ben Affleck Scores A Slam Dunk In Sobering Redemption Story

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As if answering critics of his sleepy-eyed performance in The Last Thing He Wanted, Ben Affleck makes one Hell of a rebound with The...

Review: ‘Clementine’Same-Sex Drama Brings Plenty Of Tension, But Lacks Passion

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There's nothing quite so unsettling, as world-altering, as coming to a place you consider home and finding the locks changed. It throws a person...

Review: ‘The Truth’Catherine Deneuve Is A Ferocious Screen Icon In Hirokazu Koreeda's Latest Exploration...

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It's long known to readers of this site that Hirokazu Koreeda is my favorite director working today. The Japanese filmmaker, whose incisive dramas such...

Review: ‘Clover’The Luck Of The Irish Isn't Quite With Jon Abrahams' Loud, Familiar Mob...

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Actor/director Jon Abrahams hasn't given himself an easy out with the mob comedy, Clover. The genre is so overstuffed with Tarantino stereotypes and cliches...

Review: ‘7500’Joseph Gordon-Levitt Pilots A Well-Crafted, Unconventional Airplane Thriller

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Another airplane hijacking movie? This particular sub-genre has become a regular feature of the American blockbuster ever since 9/11, but 7500 promises something different...

Review: ‘Da 5 Bloods’Spike Lee's Timely, Compelling War Film Explores The Legacy Of Race...

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There was a stretch when Spike Lee seemed to have lost his voice. During that time he became, what I feel, was a very...

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...