Fatherhood – Film Review

Fatherhood may be an okay film to put on as background noise, but as far as a solid comedy goes, this one won't capture a viewer's attention.

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Knowing – Film Review

From its eerie and uncomfortable opening all the way to its disturbing and powerful ending, Knowing is a behemoth of a sci-fi film.

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Luca – Film Review

It may feature fun voice performances and contain beautiful animation, but Luca is a surprisingly bland and uneventful Disney/Pixar outing.

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Furious 7 – Film Review

While slowly delving into silly territory, Furious 7 is still a relentlessly entertaining film and an emotional goodbye to Paul Walker.

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Infinite – Film Review

Infinite is riddled with exposition and an awful script with no thrills even for genre aficionados. Who knew a sci-fi film could be so boring?

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Fast Five – Film Review

Justin Lin's Fast Five is the first entry in the franchise that's genuinely incredible. A riveting, heartfelt journey with tons of fun.

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The Unhealer – Film Review

The Unhealer takes a familar concept and finds highly entertaining ways to make it feel fresh, even if it suffers from more than a few flaws.

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Zebra Girl – Film Review

Despite a promising start, Zebra Girl eventually divulges into extremely bland and murky territory and ultimately fails as a thriller.

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Plan B – Film Review

Plan B is a wonderfully directed film by Natalie Morales, complete with a hilarious script and touching character beats.

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Cruella – Film Review

Cruella is a wonderfully weird, energetic, and surprisingly dark film, propelled by entertaining performances and a great sense of flair.

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Friday – Film Review

Friday may be a little too simplistic in its execution, but it's hard to deny just how hilarious, fast-paced, and endearing it is.

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Mainstream – Film Review

Instead of going on a deep dive into the dangers of social media obsession and idolization, Mainstream is exactly as its title suggests.

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Rec – Film Review

Eerily claustrophobic and relentlessly paced, REC is a breezy and chilling found-footage horror flick executed with style.

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Greta – Film Review

Although it borrows from the tried-and-true formula of other thrillers, Greta is still remarkably creepy and full of tension.

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Wildfire – Film Review

While it lacks an extreme emotional gut-punch, Wildfire is nevertheless a layered and meditative look at two grieving sisters.

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Nobody – Film Review

A break-neck pace, deliciously brutal fight scenes, and a knockout performance from Bob Odenkirk make Nobody really something.

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Doll Face – Film Review

From the moment it starts all the way to its abrupt and hollow ending, Doll Face is a horror movie that lacks any sort of a punch.

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Bad Trip – Film Review

Bad Trip offers an abundance of hilarious and shocking moments as well as delightful performances from Eric Andre and Lil Rel Howery.

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Servant – Season 2 Review

Its goosebump-inducing atmosphere, intriguing central mystery, and exceptional lead performances make Servant's second outing worth seeing.

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Easy A – Film Review

A smartly written and poignant teen comedy, Easy A is a memorable and greatly enjoyable time and features a charming performance from Emma Stone.

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Yes Day – Film Review

Because it's devoid of witty humor, a lovable cast of characters, and a story that's fun for all ages, Yes Day unfortunately falls flat.

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Cherry – Film Review

Featuring a chilling and prodigious Tom Holland, Cherry is a bold and riveting crime story told with incredible skill and vigor.

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Ebola Rex – Film Review

Ebola Rex features some genuinely bad acting, visual effects that don't look finished, and is overall so wacky that it's kind of fun to laugh at.

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Moxie – Film Review

Although it follows tried-and-true formulas and introduces some unnecessary side plots, Moxie is a well-acted, fiery coming-of-age tale.

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Body Brokers – Film Review

Despite following tried-and-true formulas in the crime genre, the ever-present sense of tension in Body Brokers mixed with its strong leads make it worth seeing.

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Supernova – Film Review

Supernova is quite predictable but gratefully, the film doesn't rely on its ending in order to tell a hard-hitting, emotional story.

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Minari – Film Review

Minari is an equally beautiful and emotionally riveting film that tells the story of a family's ambitions and their everyday life struggles.

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Orphan – Film Review

Orphan packs an incredible punch for horror viewers with its incredible lead performances, great story, and its shocking and creepy twist.

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Godzilla – Film Review

An excellent exploration of fear and paranoia as well as a great monster flick, Gareth Edwards delivers on all fronts with Godzilla.

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La La Land – Film Review

La La Land is one of the most magical films in existence. It's a miracle that this movie even got made because of how transcending it is.

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News of the World – Film Review

News of the World is a relatively calming yet beautifully touching story. It could have been more thrilling and shocking, but it's hard to complain too much about this film.

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Batman: Soul of the Dragon – Film Review

Set in the midst of the swinging 1970s, this Elseworlds adventure finds Bruce Wayne (voice of David Giuntoli) training under a master sensei. It is here that Bruce, along with other elite students, is forged in the fire of the martial arts discipline. The lifelong bonds they form will be put to the test when... Continue Reading →

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Servant – Season 1 Review

Servant's first outing is a remarkably unsettling and interesting psychological thriller with great performances and a slow-burning story.

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Soul – Film Review

An emotionally strong story that will touch the hearts of viewers of all ages, Soul is one of the greatest Pixar offerings to date.

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Zombie Bro – Film Review

Zombie Bro is a painfully unfunny, badly acted, and incredibly boring kid's comedy with nothing fun to offer even for its target audience.

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Jack Frost – Film Review

Jack Frost may be entertaining for young kids, but its goofy nature and lack of punch within its story make it a bore for older viewers.

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Krampus – Film Review

Krampus is a wildly funny and fantastically chaotic Christmas horror movie even if it suffers from too much camp and a weak ending.

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Songbird – Film Review

Songbird feels like a gross and money-hungry nightmare in all the worst ways. I don't think anybody asked for a COVID-centered horror-thriller, yet here we are.

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Mank – Film Review

Mank doesn't tell the most riveting story and it's characters are hard to care about, but its directing and performances excel tremendously.

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Citizen Kane – Film Review

Citizen Kane is quite simply one of the greatest movies ever made. Sharp and bold direction from Orson Welles accompanied by its powerful script further enliven this classic.

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Playhouse – Film Review

Playhouse has a surprisingly eerie atmosphere blended with some raw performances, but it often feels like an uneventful, meaningless bore.

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All My Life – Film Review

All My Life is a thought-provoking and relentlessly emotional romantic drama with stellar performances from Jessica Rothe and Harry Shum Jr.

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Elf – Film Review

Elf brings out the inner childlike wonder within us all thanks to Will Ferrell's cheerful lead performance and its heartwarming story.

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Run – Film Review

Run is a riveting exercise in the thriller genre with its excellent aura of suspense lingering throughout mixed with its unsettling performance from Sarah Paulson.

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Mean Girls – Film Review

Mean Girls expertly blends amazing comedy with a touching and honest story mixed with some of the most iconic performances of the 2000s.

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Freshman Friday – Film Review

Freshman Friday suffers tremendously from an unfortunately unfunny script and a story that is never quite able to become truly interesting for its viewers to follow.

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Wish Upon – Film Review

Wish Upon strangely enough plays out like a terrible high school teen flick rather than the gritty and engrossing horror epic it strives to be.

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Spell – Film Review

Mark Tonderai's Spell is, unfortunately, unable to cast any sort of thrilling effect on its viewers due to its convoluted and boring script, even if it starts out promising enough.

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Nacho Libre – Film Review

Fast-paced, outstandingly hilarious, and full of heart, Nacho Libre is a masterful comedy about a wrestler with big dreams and an even bigger heart.

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His House – Film Review

His House may not reach its full potential, but its excellent direction, powerful themes, and strong performances make it a thrilling delight.

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Come Play – Film Review

Come Play may suffer from a slow pace, but its greatest strengths lie within its themes of family and love, as well as its lead performances.

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Holidate – Film Review

Holidate may be extremely corny and sappy, but its lead performances from Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey as well as its sense of humor make this rom-com worth watching.

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Paranormal Activity 3 – Film Review

Paranormal Activity 3 had the potential to tell an interesting and creepy origin story for the franchise but instead ends up being yet another woefully boring and generic disaster.

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On the Rocks – Film Review

At its core, On the Rocks is a poetic and meditative movie that is incredibly enjoyable, even if it may be far too simplistic for some viewers to get truly invested in.

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The Witches – Film Review

The Witches is a magnificently fun, albeit over-the-top and campy, adventure for the whole family and a return to form for director Robert Zemeckis.

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Clouds – Film Review

Clouds is an utterly heartbreaking and emotionally powerful teen drama with extraordinary lead performances and a touching message at its core.

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Borat – Film Review

Thanks to its wildly eccentric and remarkably hilarious lead performance from Sacha Baron Cohen, Borat is a non-stop laugh riot and one of the best comedies ever.

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Nocturne – Film Review

Nocturne starts off somewhat slow but eventually transforms into an enthralling psychological thrill-ride further boosted by its magnificent lead performance from Sydney Sweeney.

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Monster House – Film Review

Monster House manages to be a delightfully atmospheric and endearing children's horror adventure that has plenty of thrills and laughs to keep viewers of all ages entertained.

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Toy Story – Film Review

With its hilarious script, funny characters, great voice acting, and excellent animation, Toy Story will forever remain an animated classic.

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Yellow Rose – Film Review

Yellow Rose is a hugely enjoyable movie filled with plenty of catchy and well-written songs to cheer you up boasted by a great lead performance from Eva Noblezada.

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Hocus Pocus – Film Review

Hocus Pocus is a magnificently heartfelt and surprisingly atmospheric blast from beginning to end thanks to its endearing story and eccentric lead performances.

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Hubie Halloween – Film Review

Hubie Halloween gives us a goofy and fun Adam Sandler performance, but it still suffers tremendously from an awful script full of bad jokes and flat characters.

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Let It Snow – Film Review

Let It Snow is a bitingly dark descent into madness thanks to its lead performance from Ivanna Sakhno and its moments of genuine tension along the way.

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Death of Me – Film Review

Death of Me is quite possibly the worst mainstream horror movie of the year so far. Its script is devoid of thrills and it wastes the talents of many actors such as Maggie Q and Luke Hemsworth.

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Halloweentown – Film Review

Halloweentown is a wonderfully endearing children's story filled with tons of heart and is sure to put families all around the world in the Halloween spirit.

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Minions – Film Review

Minions may entertain small children, but others are going to find it an extremely annoying and hugely flat animated story with no real substance behind it.

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