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‘Hail Satan?’ Film Review: Sly Documentary Buttresses the Wall Between Church and State

Described as “counterbalance against dominant religious privilege,” modern Satanism in America is the subject of Penny Lane’s new documentary feature “Hail Satan?,” which doubles as an enticing recruitment campaign making progressive thinkers consider the...

‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ Film Review: Terry Gilliam Finally Delivers Messy Fun

With the caveat that “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” might be assessed on the most loaded grading curve in contemporary cinema memory, we’ve got to say that Terry Gilliam’s long-awaited adventure tale is...

‘Fast Color’ Film Review: Gugu Mbatha-Raw’s Got the Power in Feminist Superhero Indie

“Fast Color” is a movie told in visual clues and whispers. A mysterious voiceover that sets the stage for this dystopian near future, followed by an unexplained flashback here, another seemingly random image there....

‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’ Film Review: Haunting Memory Play Culminates in Bravura 3D...

Not to be confused with Eugene O’Neill’s play or any of its subsequent screen adaptations, Chinese box office phenomenon “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” is a mesmerizing hallucination of a film, a journey through...

‘The Curse of La Llorona’ Film Review: Mexican Folklore Gets Whitewashed in Disappointing Horror...

When I was about eight years old, my little sister and I developed a habit of sneaking out of our bedroom in the middle of the night to go watch TV in the living...

‘Red Joan’ Review: Not Enough Drama, or Enough Judi Dench, in British Spy Story

Our first shot of Joan Stanley (Judi Dench) in “Red Joan” is inauspicious enough. A librarian in a cozy cardigan, she’s pruning roses outside her small, neatly kept row house in a London suburb....

‘Little Woods’ Film Review: Tessa Thompson and Lily James Play Survivors in Bleak Modern...

There are some films that provoke myriad thoughts and emotions that stay with you long after you’ve seen the film. Then there are other movies like “Little Woods” that leave you almost completely empty. That’s...

‘Penguins’ Film Review: Ed Helms Narrates a Plucky Pygoscelis in Disneynature’s Latest Doc

Although the name “Disney” has become roughly synonymous with a multi-tentacled corporate octopus over the years, latching onto every profitable pop culture phenomenon it can reach and then squeezing it dry — it’s important...

‘Master Z: Ip Man Legacy’ Film Review: Michelle Yeoh and Dave Bautista Kick It...

The cinematic odyssey of Ip Man — the real-life master of Wing Chun and, famously, instructor of Bruce Lee — continues with “Master Z: Ip Man Legacy.” But don’t expect Donnie Yen to show...

‘After’ Film Review: Harry Styles Fan-Fic Adaptation Goes in One Direction — South

James Dean quit rolling in his grave out of boredom ages ago. Harry Styles is still alive, but why shouldn’t he start practicing now? “After,” one of the more plastic molds of troubled heartthrob...

‘Her Smell’ Film Review: Elisabeth Moss Puts the Rock in Rock-Bottom in Redemptive Music...

There’s a temptation to call “Her Smell” a greatest-hits compilation of the films of writer-director Alex Ross Perry. After all, it’s got the pitch-black humor of “The Color Wheel,” the narcissism of artists behaving...

‘Hellboy’ Movie Review: Rebooted Superhero Saga Hits the Hard-R Horror Sweet Spot

Mike Mignola’s “Hellboy” has always been a story of dramatic contrasts. Here is Hellboy: a musclebound demon monster who fights evil and behaves like a blue-collar schlub, even though he’s the last great hope...

‘Sauvage / Wild’ Film Review: Debut Feature Examines a Gay Hustler’s Life Without Sentimentality

There have been quite a few high-quality American films about male prostitution, from John Schlesinger’s Oscar-winning “Midnight Cowboy” to Gus Van Sant’s “My Own Private Idaho” and Gregg Araki’s “Mysterious Skin,” and from France...

‘Missing Link’ Film Review: Stop-Motion Animated Feature Looks Great But Lacks Story

Animated films have a bit of an extra struggle: They’re largely marketed toward children and must connect to that audience in look, feel, theme and script, while still also appealing to the actual ticket...

‘Stockholm’ Film Review: Ethan Hawke and Noomi Rapace Connect in Uneven Heist-Biopic

Ever wonder where the phrase Stockholm syndrome came from? The answer can more or less be found in Robert Budreau’s bank-heist biopic “Stockholm.” The film announces its intentions from the start, boldly declaring itself...

‘Dogman’ Film Review: Good Man Goes Bad in Muscular Italian Drama

There’s a common screenwriter trick called “saving the cat” — a well-trodden shortcut to build instant sympathy for your protagonist by having them show kindness to an animal. Pay attention and you’ll see it...

‘Mary Magdalene’ Film Review: Rooney Mara Plays Jesus’ Gal Pal in Snoozy Epic

Setting out to tell the story of Jesus’ last days from the point of view of the only woman among the apostles is the brave and interesting aim of Garth Davis’ “Mary Magdalene.” At the...

‘Wild Nights with Emily’ Film Review: Molly Shannon Brilliantly Reimagines Emily Dickinson

Terence Davies did a fine job writing and directing “A Quiet Passion,” a biopic about the life of the late poet Emily Dickinson, whose legacy has been shrouded in a blanket of tales about...

‘Little’ Film Review: Issa Rae and Marsai Martin Bring Hilarious Chemistry to Body-Switch Tale

The simple desire to be seen and valued is usually something we discuss regarding adults, often in terms of onscreen representation and in our romantic and professional lives. Rarely do we talk about what...

‘Teen Spirit’ Film Review: Elle Fanning Sings – Boy, Does She Sing – in...

“Teen Spirit,” which premiered at last fall’s Toronto International Film Festival, has a scene in which our mild-mannered heroine, an aspiring singer Violet, performs a song with such verve and power that everyone who...

‘Breakthrough’ Film Review: Faith-Based Saga Freezes Out Deeper Analysis

In journalism, there’s a term called “burying the lede” in which the writer stresses a secondary (usually, unnecessary) story and postpones the more essential facts and narrative. Sometimes it can work to the article’s...

Fosse/Verdon Review: Big Stars Can’t Jazz Up a By-the-Numbers Biopic

From the moment it was first announced, FX’s flashy new miniseries Fosse/Verdon — debuting Tuesday at 10/9c; I’ve seen five of the eight episodes — seemed to come with its own pre-written Emmy campaign....

‘Native Son’ Film Review: Updated Take Shows Richard Wright’s Classic Remains All Too Relevant

Revamping Richard Wright’s 1940 seminal novel via a modern adaptation by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, first-time feature director Rashid Johnson has made a thunderous impression with “Native Son,” which had its world premiere...

‘The Haunting of Sharon Tate’ Film Review: Sleazy Thriller Exploits Manson Murders

On the night of August 8, 1969, Sharon Tate, Jay Sebring, Wojciech Frykowski, Abigail Folger and Steven Parent were brutally murdered by the Manson Family. It was one of the most shocking and horrifying...

‘The Best of Enemies’ Film Review: Taraji P Henson Gets Shortchanged in Another Feel-Good...

For the last several years, Hollywood films have been trying to convince us that race relations in the United States can be resolved if 1) a black man goes on a road trip with...

‘Peterloo’ Film Review: Mike Leigh’s 19th Century Epic Recounts a Notorious Massacre

For much of its two-and-a-half-hour running time, Mike Leigh’s period epic “Peterloo” consists mostly of people talking — about what they need in order to be seen, to be heard, and frankly just to...

‘Shazam!’ Film Review: DC Comics Gets a Bouncy Burst of Big-Screen Ebullience

If the “Wonder Woman” and “Aquaman” movies represented DC Comics’ first big-screen steps away from the austere color palette of the Zach Snyder movies, “Shazam!” takes us deeply into primary colors in a single...

‘Amazing Grace’ Film Review: Aretha Franklin Lives on in Resplendent Gospel Concert Film

Aretha Franklin was at the peak of her career and her creative powers when her gospel album “Amazing Grace” was released in 1972. (It sold more than two million copies and became her best-selling...

‘Pet Sematary’ Film Review: Stephen King Remake Digs Up Fresh New Scares

For fans of Mary Lambert’s original 1989 adaptation of the beloved Stephen King book, the new remake of “Pet Sematary” is different enough to offer shock and surprises to even the most ardent of...

‘The Public’ Film Review: Emilio Estevez’s Homeless Drama Is Sincerely Clunky

Emilio Estevez wants you to know that he’s woke. In “The Public,” the director-writer-star tackles addiction, mental illness, global warming and, most of all, homelessness, sermonizing about how social systems fail the least fortunate....

‘The Wind’ Film Review: Striking Feminist Horror-Western Undercuts Its Own Power

The gloomy isolation of homemaking females has long been a significant topic across various genres in cinema, depicted in domestic dramas like Chantal Akerman’s “Jeanne Dielman” and in psychodramas like Todd Haynes’ “Safe.” With...

‘The Projectionist’ Film Review: Celluloid Romanticism Drives Dominican Road Trip Movie

Celluloid romanticism and 35mm nostalgia aren’t merely exploited to validate cinematic purism in Dominican director José María Cabral’s most accomplished feature to date, “The Projectionist,” which had its world premiere at the Miami International...

‘The Highwaymen’ Film Review: Woody Harrelson and Kevin Costner as the Cops Who Chase...

There’s a scene in director John Lee Hancock’s film “The Highwaymen” which chronicles the astounding multi-city hunt for the infamous criminals Bonnie Parker (Emily Probst) and Clyde Barrow (Edward Bossert) by detectives Frank Hamer...

Twilight Zone Review: Jordan Peele’s Revival Honors the Original’s Legacy, Adds a Few Modern...

The Twilight Zone is one of the most innovative and influential shows in TV history, and anyone attempting to revive it has some mighty huge shoes to fill. But if you could handpick someone...

‘The Brink’ Film Review: Steve Bannon Doc Exposes the Rot of His Anti-Semitic Strategies

Given his skill at manipulating the press, it’s totally understandable why Steve Bannon would agree to or even embrace being the subject of not just one but multiple documentaries. But where Errol Morris’ 2018...

‘The Chaperone’ Film Review: Jazz Era Coming-of-Age Story Could Use More Flap

Written by “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes, “The Chaperone” appears to be targeting men and women above the age of 60. And while that’s a demographic as worthy of attention as any, those same...

‘Diane’ Film Review: Mary Kay Place Is Spellbinding as a Woman Whose Life Has...

As a film critic and as a maker of documentaries about filmmakers, Kent Jones has steeped himself in the best of world cinema and remained engaged with it for years, and so the surprise...

‘Slut In a Good Way’ Film Review: Teen Girls Come of Age in Sexually...

Sexual power plays and slut-shaming are the central themes of “Slut in a Good Way,” director Sophie Lorain’s slight but amiable story of three straight teenage girls and their romantic lives. Shot in black...

‘Screwball’ Film Review: Billy Corben’s Baseball Doping Doc Is Disreputable Fun

The Florida Man Birthday Challenge on social media has made Sunshine State criminal weirdness into a badge of honor for us all: Google your birth date and “Florida Man” and you might get the...

‘Working Woman’ Film Review: Israeli Sexual-Harassment Drama Delivers Powerful Sting of Truth

Israeli director Michal Aviad was inspired to make “Working Woman” after watching a range of films about sexual harassment in the workplace. Much to her surprise — and dismay — she discovered that most...

‘Dumbo’ Film Review: Tim Burton Remake Trips Over Its Own Ears

There are a number of best-case scenarios involving Tim Burton directing a live-action “Dumbo” remake. He could give us a hero who is physically unusual on the outside but possessing the soul of a...

‘Skid Row Marathon’ Film Review: Documentary Puts Homeless Runners in Soft Focus

Los Angeles’ Skid Row is rarely a place filmmakers go looking for inspirational stories. It has been home to the city’s homeless population since the 1930s and has only grown in size thanks to...

‘Dragged Across Concrete’ Film Review: Vince Vaughn and Mel Gibson Are Dirty Cops in...

Overlong and indulgent, but too often skillful to be dismissed outright, “Dragged Across Concrete” feels like an epic act of trolling for liberal audiences. And I do mean epic: at two hours and 40 minutes,...

‘Out of Blue’ Film Review: Patricia Clarkson Tracks a Killer in Unwieldy Philosophical Whodunit

Some murder mysteries begin with murders; some begin with Mamie Gummer giving a lecture on a rooftop, arguing that all life springs from death, all death springs from life, and 90% of matter is...

‘Hotel Mumbai’ Film Review: Nervy Account of Terrorist Attack Keeps Exploitation in Check

The worry regarding certain movies that recreate real-life nightmares is that the filmmaker sees the incident as a form of action-adventure tourism, a way to fake an experience so that genuine tragedy is reduced...

‘Us’ Film Review: Jordan Peele Terrifies Again With a Chilling Examination of Duality

Examining the nature of humanity can be a dark and depressing venture, now more than ever. A world that feels divided, one which you fear, becomes your greatest enemy. These are the building blocks...

‘Knife + Heart’ Film Review: Gay Porn Murder Story Pays Tribute to Exploitation Cinema

It’s become a time-honored tradition. Every year, Cannes tends to run a spiky provocation towards the end of its 12-day run. Think of it as a foolproof way to give fading festivalgoers one last...

Hanna Review: Amazon Serves Up Another Flashy But Hollow Drama

Does Amazon have a drama series problem? I’m beginning to think it might, after watching the first three episodes of Hanna (debuting Friday, March 29), a competently made thriller that fails to strike any...

‘Penguins’ Film Review: Ed Helms Narrates a Plucky Pygoscelis in Disneynature’s Latest

Although the name “Disney” has become roughly synonymous with a multi-tentacled corporate octopus over the years, latching onto every profitable pop culture phenomenon it can reach and then squeezing it dry — it’s important...

‘The Day Shall Come’ Film Review: ‘Four Lions’ Director Returns With Another Blistering Political...

In Christopher Morris’ new satire, “The Day Shall Come,” the stories of many people in the United States are condensed into one bitterly funny but dark comedy about the shortcomings of our justice system. On...

‘Captive State’ Film Review: Space Invaders Occupy Earth Without the Benefit of a Decent...

If near-future science fiction has taught us anything, it’s that humanity is irremediably doomed — either we succumb to rapacious technology or natural disasters of our own making, or an invasion by foes beyond...

Shrill Review: Aidy Bryant’s New Hulu Comedy Cuts Fat Jokes Down to Size

Hulu’s new comedy Shrill is quietly revolutionary in the way it approaches its main character: SNL cast member Aidy Bryant stars as Annie, a woman who is overweight… and who is actually totally fine...

What We Do in the Shadows Review: FX’s Majestically Silly Vampire Comedy Might Be...

Early on in FX’s terrific new comedy What We Do in the Shadows, we overhear what sounds like a typical argument between roommates about leaving food out too long. Only these roommates are also...
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Travelers: No Season Four After Netflix Cancellation

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5651844 The time travel series that was popular among science fiction fans will not see a season four because it was cancelled by Netflix.  At the end of season three travelers program 1 failed and the...
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3 Bad Movies on Netflix That Will Make You Want Your Time Back

You can never go wrong watching movies on Netflix, but sometimes you should expect some disappointments.  This is nothing new, fans can tell when a movie is made just for the sake of making a...

True Detective Review: Season 3 Feels Like a Cold Case, Barely Warmed Over

The good news about Season 3 of HBO’s True Detective: It has nowhere to go but up. After a universally acclaimed freshman season that reintroduced us to the pleasures of Matthew McConaughey, the crime...

Marvel’s Runaways Season 2 Review: Busier Is Better for Hulu Series

Whereas Marvel’s Runaways with its freshman run zeroed in on the kids’ discovery of their parents’ treachery and PRIDE’s subsequent suspicion that their human-sacrificing, hole-drilling jig was up, there’s a lot more afoot in...

Arrow Review: With Oliver’s Freedom Comes an Exciting Rebirth for Series

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2193021/ With Oliver Queen’s release from prison, The CW’s Arrow is similarly freed — to sufficiently shake things up, while keeping the basic premise intact. I watched this week’s eventful episode, “Unmasked,” twice before it even...
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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Season 2 (Amazon Prime)

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5788792/ The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel the Universal acclaim series has returned after it was renewed for a second season.  The series is an Amazon Prime original.  It can be watched if you have a Amazon...
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Grey’s Midseason Report Card: 5 Things That Are Working — and 1 That’s Not

With Grey’s Anatomy now on its holiday hiatus, TVLine is seizing the opportunity to check the vitals of the long-running ABC drama and evaluate what about Season 15 is working… and what isn’t. The...

Escape at Dannemora Review: A Superb Cast Elevates a Standard Prison Break

We’ve seen plenty of prison breaks on TV and in movies over the years. (Heck, we even had a whole show called Prison Break… and it ran for five seasons!) So as yet another...

Dirty John Review: Connie Britton Deserves Better (Men and TV Shows)

Let me make one thing clear to start: Connie Britton is a ray of TV sunshine. She makes good shows great (Friday Night Lights) and not-so-great shows actually pretty good (Nashville). But alas, even...

House of Cards Review: Robin Wright Elevates Muddled Final Season

I feel compelled to grade House of Cards‘ sixth and final season on a curve. Or at the very least with an asterisk attached to it. In case you’ve just awakened from an 11-month coma,...

Homecoming Review: Julia Roberts’ Thriller Crafts a Gripping Mystery

We’ve gotten used to big movie stars doing TV for a while now… but still, Julia Roberts starring in a TV series is a pretty big deal, right? She’s not wasting her time on...

Doctor Who Is Back And We Are Loving It

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0436992/ Doctor Who season 11 is finally here, and we get to see Jodie Whitaker's take on the Doctor.  Skepticism was driving several fans to doubt the decision to have the Doctor played by a...
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Soorma Official Trailer Review

Sorma Full Movie Download HD Online Review and Reactions and facets about movie. Soorma Official Trailer Review | Diljit Dosanjh | Taapsee Pannu | Bollywood Movies Trailers 2018 Soorma is a 2018 Indian biographical film...
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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review & Discussion [SPOILERS]

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4881806/ What we thought of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom! Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Spoilers throughout. For more awesome content, check out: http://whatculture.com/ Follow us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/whatculture Catch us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/whatculture

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https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6499752/ I find myself suffering from the condition currently known as “superhero fatigue.” It almost feels ungrateful for me to reject this wave of consistently entertaining and often charming action films, generally filled with playful...

Solo: A Star Wars Story

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3778644/ With Solo: A Star Wars Story, Kasdan has maintained his reputation by delivering yet another great film. Solo is arguably the most action-packed film of the Star Wars franchise and has plenty of surprising...

Future World

Another case in which James Franco gets money to do what we could call a film but it's actually just him having fun with his friends with something I truly believe didn't have an...

In Darkness

The cast doesn't allow the film to fall despite its multiple failures and as far as thrillers are concerned this is very simplistic but I dont think it's a failure in every way. It performs...

How to Talk to Girls at Parties

There's definitely attitude and energy. Musical and rebellious energy, Elle Fanning is a treasure. Nicole Kidman is having a solid streak with diverse roles and this is an excellent example and the film itself...

Deadpool 2

NO SPOILERS.. AGAIN.. Because I'm good people.. ;) It was R-rated movie, so fainthearted people, please don't read it.. I request only the **** who are above certain age (& mind) continue to read.. Since the...

First Reformed

Full review: https://dixonsbl0g.blogspot.com/2018/05/new-movie-review-first-reformed.html First Reformed is a thoughtful, scathing critique of the modern American church. As someone who has spent a significant portion of his life inside a church, this film deeply resonated with me....

Breaking In

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7137846/ The #MeToo movement is surely proving itself, showing quite the impact it has made and continues to make in Hollywood in 2018 so far. Thanks to a much-needed rise of female directors making feature...

Beast

Beast is a serviceable thriller that is almost a great movie. Captivating cinematography, psychologically immersive sound design, and incredible performances from Johnny Flynn and Jessie Buckley aren't enough to stop the wheels falling off...

Tully

POSSIBLE MAJOR SPOILER! Charlize Theron first came to my notice playing in "The Cider House Rules" in 1999 and by 2003 I stated that if she didn't win the Oscar for "Monster" I would never...

Anon

The synopsis seemed promising, and was all the prompted me to give this movie a try. I thought back to the promising synopsis repeatedly, slowly becoming aware of the effort I was making to...

Red Sparrow Review

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2873282/ Prima ballerina Dominika Egorova faces a bleak and uncertain future after she suffers an injury that ends her career. She soon turns to Sparrow School, a secret intelligence service that trains exceptional young people...

Let the Sunshine In

If a movie is a love story, whether it be about lost love, a new love, falling in love, falling out of love, not knowing love, I am there. Add Juliette Binoche and it...

Ghost Stories Review

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5516328/ Ghost Stories is a British horror film adapted from the Olivier nominated play by writers Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson('The League of Gentlemen'). Nyman stars as a professor who has made his life's work...

Borg vs. McEnroe

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5727282/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgfFdEOGUqE I’ll start by saying I’m not a fan of tennis and I had no idea how this “inspired by true events” movie was going to play out. Although the accuracy of this movie is...

Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare

Oh great, another horror movie starring bunch of young people in their 20's. It's not like that's been done before.... In all seriousness, the characters feel bland and the whole premise feels not as threating...

Rampage

i should shave my head.. Rampage As much as bigger it gets on screen on visual aspects, the feature goes smaller on its narrow vision that never had it right at the first place. It has...

Blockers

I wouldn't have thought of Leslie Mann, John Cena, and Ike Barinholtz as a headlining comedy trio, but they really shine here. Heck, the whole cast, even the minor characters shine. The whole thing's filled...

A Quiet Place

you should tell her.. A Quiet Place An idea or a concept isn't everything, there actually factors lots of stuff; from writing to execution or from characters to performance, and it has got everything just in...

You Were Never Really Here

You Were Never Really Here is a tense and dark thriller with a brilliant performance from Joaquin. It has been compared to Taxi Driver because there isn’t really anything else you can compare it...

Lean on Pete

What could be more ‘Hollywood’ than a film about a boy and his horse? Well “Lean On Pete” is not Hollywood but a film directed and written by British Andrew Haigh and just about...

God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness

I'm legitimately in shock. If you don't know, I absolutely hated the first two movies. All they did was make anybody who's not a Christian look like the most horrible people who ever lived....

Tyler Perry’s Acrimony

Tyler Perry has a fertile mind whether it is producing, directing, writing various TV series hits on OWN cable or writing successful plays that he turns into even more successful movies and is so...

Finding Your Feet

“Finding Your Feet” is a sweet film, the sort of film that only the English seem to be able to make. It is funny, pleasant, has a lesson or two, hits the tear ducts,...

Ready Player One

Not bad I guess. It's a pretty movie. Some genuinely funny moments. It's great to see cyberpunk, video games, and VR represented in a mainstream movie. Product tie-ins / references are fun. Acting wasn't bad. Writing wasn't noticeably bad. Really strains...

Isle of Dogs

Isle of Dogs is all at once an animated, slapstick comedy, an epic, and a redemption story. Wes Anderson has once again created a masterpiece of cinema that skillfully combines the highest comedy and...

Pacific Rim: Uprising

Well made sequel to an innovative first movie. Yeah, of course it is not a perfect movie. But it does understand that it is not a "film" but a "movie" and doesn't take itself...

I Kill Giants

Watch I Kill Giants FULL MOVIE HD1080p Sub English Visit Here >> http://4k.useehd.us/movie/419831/i-kill-giants.html . Watch here >> http://ifsanmovies.cf/movie/419831/i-kill-giants.html Story originally published at MetaCritic.com

Unsane

My wife and I like movies. Sometimes we agree, sometimes we don’t. Who do you agree with? Read our reviews below. Her Review Have you ever wished for a stalking victim’s life to end? Neither...

Midnight Sun

Of the 7 movies, I have seen so far in March, the 2 best ones revolved around teenagers. The first “Love, Simon” is the first Hollywood production dealing with a gay male teenager coming...

Josie

It's announced as a noir thriller of mystery and mystery is what's completely absent. It's dull, hollow and melodramatic, never attractive or resourceful. What a waste. Story originally published at MetaCritic.com

Tomb Raider

I own the game this is based on, and this whole film was shameful from start to finish. It's a sad day when the video game you based your film off of has better...

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