Slamdance Film Review: 1986

Slamdance Film Review: 1986
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Since every scene—regardless of real-world urgency—floats along like a waking dream, 1986 often feels like it’s missing a necessary bite. … read more

Film Review: Troop Zero

Film Review: Troop Zero
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Troop Zero is the kind of film that has no shortage of people making a strong impression behind and in front of the camera. … read more

Film Review: Little Women

Film Review: Little Women
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Little Women is easily one of the best films of 2019, and it’s a Christmas gift that solidifies its director as one the great cinematic voices of our time. … read more

Film Review: Underwater

Film Review: Underwater
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Underwater has been sitting on the shelf for a year and a half, and its release feels more like a formality than anything else. … read more

Film Review: Cats

Film Review: Cats
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Cats is barely even an interesting failure. It’s unlikely to please much of anyone and should probably just be put to sleep. … read more

Film Review: 1917

Film Review: 1917
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Sam Mendes directs 1917, one of the “best war films ever made” that follows two young British soldiers through the trenches of the Great War. … read more

Film Review: The Curse of La Llorona

Film Review: The Curse of La Llorona
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With The Curse of La Llorona set in the Conjuring universe, this urban legend based in Mexican culture is the focal point of Michael Chaves’ latest. … read more

Shazam!

Shazam!
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Director David F. Sandberg has taken a relatively unknown character and made him engaging, enjoyable and enlightening with Shazam. … read more

Film Review: Captain Marvel

Film Review: Captain Marvel
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The greatest aspect of Captain Marvel is young girls now have another superhero they can look up to and identify with, which can only be positive. … read more