Steve Pulaski

“Deadpool 2” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Deadpool 2 has both the benefit and burden of familiarity, especially arriving

“Pope Francis: A Man of His Word” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Pope Francis: A Man of His Word is an adequately directed, comprehensive

“Breaking In” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski As someone who only attends matinée showings at the theater (and

“Life of the Party” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski After seeing the much-maligned remake of Ghostbusters, I expressed some confidence that

“Overboard” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Here's a genuine question for everyone: why are American romance films

“Avengers: Infinity War” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Avengers: Infinity War is the long-awaited culmination of ten years of careful

“The Week Of” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski The Week Of is not as bad as The Ridiculous 6, Adam Sandler's

“I Feel Pretty” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski One can understand why Amy Schumer would want to help fund

“Super Troopers 2” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski After being significantly underwhelmed by Anchorman 2 and downright disgusted by the belated

“Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Faithful readers of my reviews will know, at least once a

“Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero is an impressively even-handed account of World

“The Miracle Season” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski The death of West High School senior Caroline Found in 2011

“Isle of Dogs” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski This decade, Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom and The Grand Budapest Hotel caught the auteur, unrivaled

“Tyler Perry’s Acrimony” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski I'll be eating crow come this October or the next after

“Best F(r)iends: Volume One” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski In many ways, Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero deserve the high

“Ready Player One” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski It's 2045. The mentality of America is to survive problems rather

“Unsane” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Steven Soderbergh's Unsane is a troubling film for troubling times. In a moment

“Midnight Sun” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski People always ask me if I have "celebrity crushes," and while

“Paul, Apostle of Christ” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Paul, Apostle of Christ follows the title character, played by James Faulkner,

“I Can Only Imagine” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski It's been many a holy night since I've enjoyed a faith-based

“Love, Simon” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Love, Simon is a deeply sincere, affectionate coming out/of-age film fueled by

“Tomb Raider” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski The American public talks about professional sports as the place where

“Thoroughbreds” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski On top of many other things, Thoroughbreds suggests that a disaffected youth is

“A Wrinkle in Time” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Ava DuVernay's A Wrinkle in Time is stuck in limbo as a film,

Death Wish (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Not since Fox was set to release Phone Booth amidst the Beltway sniper

“Annihilation” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Annihilation finally allows me to say what's been on the tip of

“Samson” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Samson presents an intriguing diversion for Pure Flix, the faith-based studio that

“Black Panther” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Black Panther is a rousing good time at the movies, visually intoxicating,

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