Film Review: Double World

Film Review: Double World
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Teddy Chan’s new film, Double World, is the biggest, most spectacular and magnificently entertaining action movie of the summer. … read more

Film Review: Animal Crackers

Film Review: Animal Crackers
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Animal Crackers is entertaining and heartwarming, and I’m pretty sure I’ll watch it again with my little nephews … or just maybe even without them. … read more

Series Review: Cursed

Series Review: Cursed
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Cursed has enough to be enjoyed if you like medieval fantasy and feminist action heroes, though the series doesn’t warrant a recommendation. … read more

Film Review: The Old Guard

Film Review: The Old Guard
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If you’re aching for a new action blockbuster, The Old Guard is entertaining, intoxicating and may be the most fun two hours you’ll have in July. … read more

Film Review: Desperados

Film Review: Desperados
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Though Desperados contains a talented cast, that alone is not enough to save the tone-deaf comedy that lacks a high regard for women. … 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: Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Film Review: Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga
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Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga is a guilty pleasure, and in terms of straightforward silly comedy, is Ferrel’s best movie since Elf. … read more

Film Review: A Whisker Away

Film Review: A Whisker Away
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With relatable characters and themes A Whisker Away is a breath of fresh air and a great film for tweens and young adults. … read more

Film Review: The Last Days of American Crime

Film Review: The Last Days of American Crime
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The Last Days of American Crime isn’t a film: It’s an unsightly blemish on your Netflix queue. You don’t watch it so much as you drain the pus out of it. … read more

Film Review: Spelling the Dream

Film Review: Spelling the Dream
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Spelling The Dream is an absorbing and inspiring film, and you can’t help but love the kids at the heart of its story of competition. … read more