Film Review: Candyman

Film Review: Candyman
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Candyman is dark, bloody and disturbing, and it reminded me how good horror can be when it’s got the right hook. … read more

Film Review: The Protégé 

Film Review: The Protégé 
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If you really miss ’90s action flicks, The Protégé is going to be well worth a $6.99 rental when it hits digital. … read more

Film Review: The Green Knight

Film Review: The Green Knight
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The Green Knight is a triumphant film, and easily one of the most artistically and intellectually satisfying of the summer. … read more

Film Review: Jungle Cruise

Film Review: Jungle Cruise
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Jungle Cruise is a bit of a bumpy ride, but the lighthearted sense of adventure overcomes all obstacles and makes an enjoyable summer movie. … read more

Film Review: Val

Film Review: Val
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The Val Kilmer biopic Val is an emotional journey that’s rewarding and a bittersweet portrait of what it means to live and love as an artist. … read more

Film Review: Good On Paper

Film Review: Good On Paper
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Good on Paper proves to be aptly titled because regardless of how it looked on the page, it doesn’t translate to the screen. … read more

Film Review: Gaîa

Film Review: Gaîa
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If you’re looking for an excuse to jump and scream a lot and spill popcorn, move along—Gaîa is not the horror movie you’re looking for. … read more

Film Review: The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard

Film Review: The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard
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The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard is an obnoxious mess aimed at 12–14-year-old-boys watching it on a sleepover without their parents’ knowledge. … read more

Film Review: Fatherhood

Film Review: Fatherhood
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In Fatherhood, Kevin Hart plays Matt and is faced with raising his daughter alone when his wife dies the day after giving birth. … read more

Film Review: Infinite

Film Review: Infinite
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Infinite is clearly hoping to be a mind-bending action spectacular, but will be remembered as one of 2021’s worst movies. … read more