THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN – Film Review

The Death of Superman is a perfectly enjoyable animated flick with a strong sense of heart, great emotion, and gorgeous animation.

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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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CHRONICLE – Film Review

Chronicle is an immensely entertaining science-fiction thriller that puts a unique spin on the found-footage trope thanks to wonderful special effects and nuanced performances.

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ENOLA HOLMES – Film Review

Enola Holmes is a whimsical family adventure filled with tons of heart thanks to the script and the wonderfully charming lead performance from Millie Bobby Brown.

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ANTEBELLUM – Film Review

Despite a strong performance from Janelle Monáe, Antebellum is a frustratingly soulless and incredibly empty thriller that tries to say so much without actually saying anything at all.

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PUSS IN BOOTS – Film Review

Though it never quite reaches the highs of the Shrek movies, Puss in Boots is still a heartfelt and exciting adventure for the whole family with tons of swashbuckling fun throughout.

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THE WALL OF MEXICO – Film Review

The Wall of Mexico's strong cast full of nuanced and quiet performances make up for its otherwise slow-paced story, even if it has small bits of greatness along the way.

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SHREK THE THIRD – Film Review

Shrek the Third boasts stellar animation and a wildly entertaining voice cast, but it suffers from a lack of heart and a poor story that fails to deliver on its promise of taking our beloved ogres to more intriguing places.

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SHREK 2 – Film Review

Shrek 2 is an excellent example of a sequel improving upon what audiences loved about the original. It's funnier, has even better animation than the first, and is overall a zany adventure for the whole family.

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SHREK – Film Review

Nineteen years later, Shrek is still a hilarious, relentlessly entertaining, and gorgeously animated children's classic.

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UNPREGNANT – Film Review

Unpregnant is a gleefully heartfelt and immensely hilarious coming-of-age comedy-drama fueled by two remarkable performances from Haley Lu Richardson and Barbie Ferreira.

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THE TRUMAN SHOW – Film Review

The Truman Show is one of the most creative and brilliant films of all-time. Jim Carrey's performance is lively as ever but full of emotion and raw strength, proving he can be a great dramatic actor as well in this Peter Weir-directed masterpiece.

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THE OWNERS – Film Review

The Owners may not be the most innovative home invasion thriller, but it's saved by its two lead performances, eerie atmosphere, and great direction.

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WENDY AND LUCY – Film Review

Wendy and Lucy is a touching and poignant story of a homeless woman's search for her missing dog. Its terrific lead performance from Michelle Williams and emotional plot make this drama truly stand out.

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OLD JOY – Film Review

Old Joy is a staggeringly beautiful and relaxing road film with stellar cinematography and a grounded portrayal of an ordinary camping trip.

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MID90s – Film Review

Mid90s may not be the most emotionally strong coming-of-age films in recent years, but it's nevertheless an entertaining slice of nostalgia for viewers.

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TENET – Film Review

Christopher Nolan's Tenet is a mind-boggling, exhilarating epic and is a landmark for filmmaking even if its plot can get a little complex.

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THE GRIZZLIES – Film Review

The Grizzlies is a wonderfully inspiring tale of a lacrosse team attempting to combat youth suicide that boasts great performances even if it suffers from a slow pace.

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MULAN (2020) – Film Review

Niki Caro's Mulan wonderfully captures the magic and power of the original animated classic and brings a sense of awe and delight to the table thanks to its great story, fun action, and interesting protagonist.

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DEVIL – Film Review

Devil wastes its interesting and fresh concept on a poorly written script devoid of scares, character development, and entertainment value.

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SLEEPAWAY CAMP – Film Review

Sleepaway Camp may not boast the best acting you'll ever see, but its looming sense of dread, moments of genuine tension, and its disturbing ending are enough to make this slasher worth checking out.

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GOOD WILL HUNTING – Film Review

Good Will Hunting is a delightfully moving and emotionally gripping story of learning to embrace one's greatness and taking the necessary steps toward a great future.

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CLASS ACTION PARK – Film Review

Class Action Park is an eye-opening, excellently detailed look at the most dangerous amusement park in the world. It's equal parts exhilarating and tragic to watch.

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CORALINE – Film Review

With its downright chilling and disturbing storyline, breathtaking animation style, and stunning visual effects, there's no denying that Coraline is one of the greatest animated films of all-time.

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MR. NO LEGS – Film Review

Mr. No Legs is an unintentionally hilarious disaster on all fronts. It's chalked full of humorous fight scenes, painfully bad lighting, weak acting, and a storyline that ultimately leads nowhere.

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CLUELESS – Film Review

Clueless is a delightfully uplifting coming-of-age comedy classic that will always stand the test of time with its cheery storyline, wonderful production design, and endearing performances.

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LABYRINTH – Film Review

Labyrinth wonderfully captures the magic of childhood innocence with its beautifully crazy and expansive world and its lovable creature characters.

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SAW 3D – Film Review

Saw 3D serves as a massively disappointing final chapter to the original series of films with its weak screenplay, lack of a great story, and its inconclusive ending.

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SAW VI – Film Review

Saw VI is about as tragically boring and uninspiring as horror movies come. It's yet another example of the gore-filled franchise running out of steam, and fast.

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SAW V – Film Review

Saw V is a painstakingly boring and unimaginative torture-fest with no new ideas present, a story that is dull to follow, and has weak acting throughout.

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CHEMICAL HEARTS – Film Review

Chemical Hearts beautifully captures the highs and lows of teenage life thanks to its nuanced and intimate screenplay and its wonderfully human lead performances.

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SAW IV – Film Review

Although Saw IV still struggles to recapture the magic of the original, it's nevertheless a delightfully bloody and entertaining horror film with some surprisingly effective twists.

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SAW III – Film Review

Saw III is a fresh third entry in the long-running franchise thanks to its surprisingly intense story, fun trap sequences, and its portrayal of grief and loss.

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SAW II – Film Review

Saw II may have more in store for blood-thirsty horror fans with its gory and twisted traps, but it's at the expense of telling a compelling story.

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SAW – Film Review

Saw is an exceptionally chilling and remarkably gripping horror-thriller with an interesting and haunting story, excellent makeup design, and a creepy atmosphere.

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SPUTNIK – Film Review

Sputnik is a well-directed character horror drama with two remarkably strong performances at its core, even if there isn't too much time spent with its alien characters.

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INCEPTION – Film Review

Inception is a magnificently bizarre, brilliantly thought-provoking and exhilarating epic from legendary director Christopher Nolan that will always stand the test of time.

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YI YI – Film Review

Yi Yi is a beautifully touching and wonderfully enthralling look at the beauty of everyday life and the inner problems that we face on a day-to-day basis.

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WORK IT – Film Review

Work It is an infectiously fun and heartwarming coming-of-age story with a variety of excellently choreographed dance sequences and strong chemistry amongst its cast.

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HOST – Film Review

Host is a tremendously intense and nerve-racking technology-driven horror film with excellent acting and great direction from Rob Savage.

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WHAT WE FOUND – Film Review

What We Found tells a messy and familiar story that gets bogged down with its first act, even if its performances are great and has some moments of genuine intrigue.

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VACATION – Film Review

Vacation keeps the heart and charm of the series intact, but loses its footing with its painfully weak humor and rehashed storyline.

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VEGAS VACATION – Film Review

Vegas Vacation is a shockingly awful conclusion to the original series of Vacation films due to its poor jokes, terrible characters, and its severe lack of heart and charm that the other films displayed so excellently.

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POSSESSOR – Film Review

Possessor is an incredibly visceral and chilling horror-thriller with an eerie sense of dread looming throughout, further boosted by the excellent performances and haunting atmosphere.

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YUMMY – Film Review

Yummy offers some over-the-top bloody goodness but it doesn't have a compelling story, nor does it delve into its interesting themes nearly enough as it should.

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THE RENTAL – Film Review

Nuanced performances and an excellent atmosphere can't save The Rental from being a tired and massively forgettable entry in the horror genre.

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MOST WANTED – Film Review

Most Wanted falls just a bit too short of its big ambitions. It has an excellent cast of actors that give it their all and has its moments of intrigue, but its running time is stretched too thin and its story mostly feels messy.

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TRON: LEGACY – Film Review

Tron: Legacy is an absolute marvel thanks to its riveting action set pieces, gorgeous color palette, and its emotionally strong character-driven story.

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TRON – Film Review

Tron has an absolutely gorgeous color palette on display and a universe that is easy to get sucked into, even if the story and campiness can get in the way sometimes.

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COVEN – Film Review

Coven is a heavily messy, trope-filled disaster with an array of unlikeable characters and a story that feels dated and familiar.

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THE SILENCING – Film Review

The Silencing suffers from a lack of character development and an overuse of shaky cam in its action sequences, but it's saved by the excellent performances and moments of genuine tension throughout.

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FATAL AFFAIR – Film Review

Fatal Affair wastes its extremely talented list of actors and saddles them with weak, one-note characters that feel tiresome in this predictable thriller.

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THE KISSING BOOTH – Film Review

The Kissing Booth is an extremely predictable, trope-filled mess of a movie with flat characters, a misunderstanding of its target audience, and an incredibly toxic relationship at its core.

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THE OLD GUARD – Film Review

The Old Guard is a mesmerizing action spectacle thanks to the fascinating set pieces and stunt choreography and its exciting lead performance from Charlize Theron.

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KAT AND THE BAND – Film Review

Kat and the Band is a beautifully sweet and uplifting music-fueled coming-of-age tale with a great sense of heart, and an excellent performance from Ella Hunt.

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RELIC – Film Review

Relic's mysterious and eerie story accompanied by the excellent performances across the board make it a delightful horror film, messy as it may be.

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PALM SPRINGS – Film Review

Remarkably hilarious, brilliantly written and expertly acted, Palm Springs is an exceptional time loop comedy and one of the best films of the year so far.

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GREYHOUND – Film Review

Greyhound suffers from an immense lack of character development, but its fast pace and enjoyable action set-pieces keep this war film afloat.

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DESPERADOS – Film Review

Desperados is filled with cringe-inducing raunchy jokes, annoying and unlikable characters, and a story that goes down a far too predictable route.

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HAMILTON – Film Review

Hamilton is a powerhouse of a Broadway musical thanks to its incredibly catchy, well-written songs and its hugely talented and lively cast.

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IRRESISTIBLE – Film Review

Irresistible's satirical storyline often feels a bit underdeveloped, but it's saved by the wonderfully funny jokes and comedic timing of Steve Carell.

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MY SPY – Film Review

Dave Bautista tries his best in My Spy - a poorly written action-comedy that simply doesn't have enough good humor up its sleeve or a good story to go along with it.

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STOP MAKING SENSE – Film Review

Stop Making Sense is an immensely entertaining concert film featuring David Byrne in an oversized suit, dancing around and having fun singing the Talking Heads' greatest hits.

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A SERIOUS MAN – Film Review

A Serious Man manages to excellently blend dark humor with a depressing yet oddly captivating story that is further boosted by Michael Stuhlbarg's nuanced lead performance.

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DA 5 BLOODS – Film Review

Da 5 Bloods is a strikingly powerful and timely war-drama about racial inequality in the battlefield and is one of Spike Lee's most mature and powerful ventures.

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SHIRLEY – Film Review

Shirley may be a classic case of style over substance, but its incredible lead performance from Elisabeth Moss and bold vision from director Josephine Decker are too intriguing to ignore.

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DO THE RIGHT THING – Film Review

Do the Right Thing is an expertly crafted film that touches on themes of race and equality in heart-wrenching and powerful ways. It's slow-burning, quiet, and unique, and is simply one of the greatest films ever made.

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13th – Film Review

13th is a gripping and utterly powerful documentary about the mistreatment of black people, the over-crowding of the prison system, and how we, as a society, can push to make a change for a better future.

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BLOOD MYTH – Film Review

Blood Myth feels more so like an edgy soap opera rather than the terrifying horror film it wants to be, thanks to its weak acting and its familiar and underdeveloped story.

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A PERFECT HOST – Film Review

A Perfect Host suffers greatly from its short running time and boasts an incredibly silly, over-the-top script and features painfully boring horror sequences.

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THE FOREST – Film Review

The Forest suffers from an incredibly bland and underdeveloped script, lazy jump scares, and weak characters, even if the performances and cinematography are impressive.

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THE LOVEBIRDS – Film Review

The Lovebirds may be a little bit forgettable and formulaic but its great sense of humor and wonderful performances from Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae make it worth watching.

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LUCKY GRANDMA – Film Review

Lucky Grandma suffers from some pacing issues but nevertheless tells a gripping and compelling story further boosted by the talent of lead star Tsai Chin.

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BARELY LETHAL – Film Review

Barely Lethal is an over-the-top, ridiculously corny spy coming-of-age film, but in all the best ways. It's extremely baffling and weird, but it's oh so good.

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TERM LIFE – Film Review

Vince Vaughn and Hailee Steinfeld deliver strong performances in Term Life, an otherwise tragically generic crime-drama filled with endless amounts of exposition.

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VALLEY GIRL – Film Review

Valley Girl is a totally rad musical throwback to the eighties complete with a wonderful soundtrack and an astounding performance from Jessica Rothe.

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SCOOB! – Film Review

Scoob! may have a wonderous animation style and fun voice acting, but its sense of humor is painfully dry and its story is too underdeveloped to make this an adventure worth going on.

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PROXIMITY – Film Review

Proximity is an enjoyable, nostalgic blast to the past, even if its villain and certain story beats are a bit familiar and goofy.

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CAPONE – Film Review

Tom Hardy is remarkably cold and intimidating in Capone, an otherwise painstakingly dull and uninteresting story of a notorious gangster in the final year of his life.

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ANGELFISH – Film Review

Angelfish has a rocky start but ultimately develops into a genuinely sweet and compassionate film with excellent performances from Jimi Stanton and Princess Nokia.

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INTRIGO: SAMARIA – Film Review

Intrigo: Samaria is a step up from the predecessor, but not by enough. Its story isn't emotionally rewarding enough and is slowly paced, even if its performances are remarkable.

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STAR WARS – Film Review

Star Wars is not just a movie to me. It's not just a movie to a lot of people. It's a part of who we are. It defines us. It's an important piece of our lives and it will live on in all of us forever.

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THE WILLOUGHBYS – Film Review

The Willoughbys may not have a great or interesting story, but its excellent animation style mixed with the fun character work save the film from mediocrity.

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EXTRACTION – Film Review

Extraction's story may be a little familiar, but its absolutely incredible action and stunt work mixed with the lead performances make this an adventure worth experiencing.

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SERGIO – Film Review

Ana de Armas and Wagner Moura are wonderous in Sergio, a movie that is otherwise disappointingly bland and tells its story in an unrewarding, traditional manner.

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TROLLS WORLD TOUR – Film Review

It may have some fun music and great animation, but Trolls World Tour's bland and recycled story accompanied with the weak characters make this adventure a bore.

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TIGERTAIL – Film Review

Alan Yang's Tigertail is a beautifully poignant and staggeringly realistic look at the life of a hopeful man and the loved ones around him.

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HOMEWARD – Film Review

Homeward is a hilariously bad and painfully obvious ripoff of Onward. It takes everything the Disney/Pixar film did right and makes it truly awful.

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DOWNHILL – Film Review

Incredibly boring and uninteresting, Downhill is a gigantic missed opportunity due to its bland screenplay, even if the two lead performances are strong.

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EMMA. – Film Review

Quiet, impressively funny and dramatic, Emma is a period-piece done right, even if its story takes a little bit to get going.

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STARGIRL – Film Review

Although its story can oftentimes feel predictable and familiar, Stargirl's cheery and uplifting style mixed with its terrific performances from Grace VanderWaal and Graham Verchere make it a delight to watch.

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LOST GIRLS – Film Review

Lost Girls' storytelling may be a bit rocky at times, but its emotionally heartwrenching plot elements and terrific performances save the film from being forgettable.

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THE HUNT – Film Review

The Hunt's comedic aspect may be a bit hit or miss, but when it comes to the intense, hard-hitting action and thrills, it delivers in spades.

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BLOODSHOT – Film Review

Although Bloodshot has some fun and entertaining action on display, its poorly paced story and incredibly weak villains make it an underwhelming dud.

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THE MIMIC – Film Review

The Mimic isn't as amusing and funny as it could have been, but it makes up for the lack of laughs with terrific performances and stellar technical elements.

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ONWARD – Film Review

Onward may not be the most emotionally riveting Pixar film to date, but it's still a highly entertaining and beautifully animated blast.

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THE INVISIBLE MAN – Film Review

Inventive and brilliantly suspenseful, The Invisible Man is a masterclass of horror, and further cements Leigh Whannell as one of the genre's most exciting voices.

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BRAHMS: THE BOY II – Film Review

Brahms: The Boy II is a colossal disappointment due to its severely dull screenplay and awful character development, weak scares, and its disregarding of the original.

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THE CALL OF THE WILD – Film Review

The Call of the Wild tells a story that, while incredibly familiar and unsurprising, is still greatly inspiring and heartwarming, and is a great display of Harrison Ford at his charming best.

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THE BOY – Film Review

Although there are great performances and camerawork on display, The Boy ultimately feels like a lazy attempt at reinvigorating the creepy doll trend of the horror genre.

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FANTASY ISLAND – Film Review

Fantasy Island is no tropical horror adventure. It contains a drastically dull script, unlikable characters, and doesn't offer enough scares for its target audience.

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