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A STAR IS BORN Review

A STAR IS BORN Review

The third retelling of a classic story, Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut ‘A Star is Born,’ is a complicated movie where nothing is black and white. But is it music to the ears, or just a one-hit wonder?

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 1 year ago
SADIE Review

SADIE Review

By Lolo Loves Films | Leave a Comment | Published 1 year ago
VENOM Review

VENOM Review

Venom is a long awaited comic-book spin-off, but can it break the Sony curse?

By Jordan Ryan Lester | Leave a Comment | Published 1 year ago
LIFE ITSELF Review

LIFE ITSELF Review

Dan Fogelman is known for his relatable drama show This is Us, but does his latest film deserve praise?

By Jordan Ryan Lester | Leave a Comment | Published 1 year ago
MARY POPPINS RETURNS Trailer

MARY POPPINS RETURNS Trailer

Disney has premiered a new trailer for MARY POPPINS RETURNS.

By Chris Lentz | Leave a Comment | Published 1 year ago
CAPTAIN MARVEL Trailer

CAPTAIN MARVEL Trailer

Marvel Studios has premiered a new trailer for CAPTAIN MARVEL.

By Chris Lentz | Leave a Comment | Published 1 year ago
THE PREDATOR Review

THE PREDATOR Review

After it’s various setbacks, does THE PREDATOR live up to the hype?

By Jordan Ryan Lester | Leave a Comment | Published 1 year ago
THE NUN Review

THE NUN Review

The Conjuring universe is pretty popular, but is the third spin-off film good?

By Jordan Ryan Lester | Leave a Comment | Published 1 year ago
THE CHILDREN ACT Review

THE CHILDREN ACT Review

There are a lot of big ingredients flying around in Richard Eyre's Ian McEwan adaptation 'The Children Act,' but does this well-acted Emma Thompson drama work well as one cohesive whole?

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 1 year ago
WE THE ANIMALS Review

WE THE ANIMALS Review

Three siblings do everything together: sleep, bathe, go to school, play, and fight. They are each other’s worlds until older siblings Manny and Joel begin to take after their fickle father and youngest sibling Jonah must learn to engage the world on his own.

By Douglas Davidson | Leave a Comment | Published 1 year ago