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December 2, 2022
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Review: War horror movie lacking in scares

By | Sep 13, 2022

“Burial,” which follows a group of soviet troops tasked with transporting the body of Hitler, shows promise but is executed with minimal scares.


Review: Javier Bardem shines in satirical comedy

By | Sep 10, 2022

Spanish director Fernando León de Aranoa’s newest satire “The Good Boss” features a formidable Javier Bardem at the center.


Review: Storytelling epic falls short of wishes

By | Sep 7, 2022

George Miller returns to the director’s chair with his time-spanning love epic “Three Thousand Years of Longing.”


Review: Action-packed “Beast” falters in execution

By | Aug 29, 2022

The Idris Elba-led action movie “Beast” entertains, but fails to leave a lasting impression once the story is over.


Review: Summer 2022 movie releases

Jordan Peele, Carey Williams and Dean Fleischer-Camp are among the many directors who released new projects during the summer 2022 movie season.


Review: Ambitious viking epic falls slightly short

By | May 4, 2022

Alexander Skarsgård takes on the role of a village raider in a beautifully filmed but disappointing Robert Eggers film.


Review: Pedro Pascal shines in new buddy film

By | Apr 28, 2022

Nicolas Cage and Pedro Pascal deliver a solid comedy that successfully creates a refreshing take on the buddy film trope.


Review: Sonic sequel features fan-favorites

By | Apr 20, 2022

Knuckles and Sonic go head-to-head in this classic rendition of a beloved franchise, leaving fans hopeful for future films.


Review: “Morbius” misses the Marvel mark

By | Apr 13, 2022

Michael Morbius, played by Jared Leto, becomes fixated on finding a cure for a disease that backfires in a terrifying way.


Review: Rom-com revival boasts strong leads

By | Apr 7, 2022

Despite a few minor plot-based inconsistencies, “The Lost City” delivers a fun and engaging film thanks to its stars.


Review: Horror film is a beautiful catastrophe

By | Mar 30, 2022

“X” leaves viewers both entranced and a bit squeamish. The stunning cinematography and acting is highly praised.


Review: Latest Pixar film is heartfelt and quirky

By | Mar 24, 2022

Pixar’s lates movie “Turning Red” addresses heavy topics with ease, discussing shame, generational trauma and puberty.