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: ‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’Geraldine Viswanathan And Dacre Montgomery Find Humor After Heartbreak

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The Broken Hearts Gallery isn't a movie that would normally blink too hard on my radar, but there's one reason it did and one...

Review: ‘Mulan’Disney's Sweeping Wuxia Fairy Tale Is Their Best Remake Yet

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Disney's long-anticipated, longer-than-expected anyway, remake of Mulan opens with a sweeping, grande journey through an ancient Chinese village. Such a vast introduction was clearly...

Review: ‘I’m Thinking Of Ending Things’Charlie Kaufman's Weird, Beautiful, Funny Examination Of Love And...

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Nothing is ever as it seems in a Charlie Kaufman movie. That's a simple disclaimer that could apply to just about film, but it's...

Review: ‘Tenet’Christopher Nolan's Anticipated Spy Film Is A Diabolical And Confounding Spectacle

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If it feels like most of 2020 has been about the when, where, and why of Christopher Nolan's Tenet, you aren't far off. After numerous...

Review: ‘Bill & Ted Face The Music’A Mostly Excellent Sequel And A Poignant Passing...

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The arrival of Bill & Ted Face the Music didn't energize me the way it did fans of the cult favorite 1980s comedies, Bill & Ted's...

Review: ‘The New Mutants’Untapped Potential Weighs Down Josh Boone's Junior X-Men Movie

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Is it possible to review The New Mutants without going back into its long-troubled history? Maybe so, if the film didn't constantly remind you of it...

Review: ‘Centigrade’Genesis Rodriguez Compels In A Dreary Snowbound Thriller

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Of the many thriller sub-genres, the contained survival thriller, or the "small box thriller" as I like to call them, is a particular favorite....

Review: ‘The Binge’Hulu's Teen Comedy Of Indulgence Doesn't Get Drunk Or High Enough

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The brilliance of Blumhouse's The Purge franchise isn't that it imagines a country where all violence crime is legal for a single day of...

Review: ‘The Personal History Of David Copperfield’Armando Ianucci Smartly Reinvents The Dickens Classic For...

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As the man behind such biting political satires as In the Loop and Veep, Armando Iannucci makes an interesting choice for an adaptation of...