Film Review: The Call of the Wild

Film Review: The Call of the Wild
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While it’s certainly given the Hollywood treatment, Call of the Wild remains more true to the spirit and content of the book than most previous versions. … read more

Film Review: Greed

Film Review: Greed
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While its anti-capitalist exploitation message is well meaning, it doesn’t change the fact that Greed is a pompous, cheesy and dreadful film. … read more

Film Review: Extra Ordinary

Film Review: Extra Ordinary
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If you tend to enjoy BBC comedies and have a fondness for ghost stories, you are likely to have a very pleasant time with Extra Ordinary. … read more

Film Review: The Banker

Film Review: The Banker
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The Banker is an enjoyable but fluffy and formulaic movie about racial politics in the ’60s told almost entirely by white people. … read more

Series Review: The Baby-Sitters Club

Series Review: The Baby-Sitters Club
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The Baby-Sitters Club can be enjoyed by the entire family, because it’s smart, light-hearted fun with an infectiously upbeat spirit. … read more

Film Review: Get Duked!

Film Review: Get Duked!
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Get Duked! is nothing particularly fresh, but it does what it sets out to do very well. It’s a good film If you’re looking for raucous and irreverent fun. … read more

Film Review: The Broken Hearts Gallery

Film Review: The Broken Hearts Gallery
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The best thing about The Broken Hearts Gallery is its relatability, although its potential to be a far more emotionally rewarding film is lost. … read more

Film Review: Mank

Film Review: Mank
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Mank is a masterful film. It’s about power, the creative process, and the constant struggle of how we each view ourselves. … read more

Film Review: Run

Film Review: Run
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Run is for those looking for a skillfully executed nail biter, but it’s a recommendation that comes with a nice big warning label. … read more

Film Review: Dr. Bird’s Advice For Sad Poets

Film Review: Dr. Bird’s Advice For Sad Poets
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Dr. Bird’s Advice For Sad Poets offers nothing of value and will fade from memory quickly, assuming it makes any sort of mark at all. … read more