Review: ‘Save Yourselves!’A Hilarious Alien Invasion Comedy That Needs To Be On Your Radar

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*NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the Sundance Film Festival. Save Yourselves! opens in theaters October 2nd and digital October 6th.* I...

Review: ‘A Call To Spy’Female Spies Fight For Liberty In An Admirable WWII Thriller...

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In 2016, Sarah Megan Thomas produced and starred in Equity, a financial thriller that showed the cutthroat world of Wall Street from a financial...

Review: ‘The Glorias’Julie Taymor’s Gloria Steinem Biopic Is Uneven But Engaging

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*NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the Sundance Film Festival.* Life’s road is jagged, never a straight line. That’s especially true for...

Review: ‘Blackbird’Susan Sarandon, Kate Winslet, And Mia Wasikowska Lead A Trite End-Of-Life Dramedy

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Family get-togethers, particularly around the holidays, can lead only to an equal amount of nostalgia and squabbling. That's just the way these things go...

Review: ‘The Swerve’A Withering, Devastating Look At A Mother's Decline Into Madness

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I've been left a little bit stunned by The Swerve, Dean Kapsalis' feature debut and a shocking, heartbreaking look at a mother's spiral into...

Review: ‘Enola Holmes’Millie Bobby Brown Cracks Cases And Wins Hearts As Sherlock Holmes' Fearless...

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Sherlock Holmes has been re-envisioned in dozens of different ways. One of the enduring features of the character is that he can be changed,...

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...

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...