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'The Kid Who Would Be King' (2019) Review: An Earnest Adventure With A Lot Of Charisma And Imagination

'The Kid Who Would Be King' (2019) Review: An Earnest Adventure With A Lot Of Charisma And Imagination
By: Steve Pulaski Perhaps it's the same masochistic force that compels me to actively...

'The Last Laugh' (2019) Review: Find Your Light

'The Last Laugh' (2019) Review: Find Your Light
By: Larissa Couto The Last Laugh starts with a commercial for a piece of...

'Butterfly Kisses' (2018) Review: A Creeping Horror Of Layered Mediums

'Butterfly Kisses' (2018) Review: A Creeping Horror Of Layered Mediums
By: William A Greene @damnbetic Reviewer Rating: A This film is a creeping horror...

'Glass' (2019) Review: One Of The Most Inventive Trilogies Concludes

'Glass' (2019) Review: One Of The Most Inventive Trilogies Concludes
By: Steve Pulaski There's something broadly entertaining and mystifying about the way M. Night...

'Lionheart' (2018) Review: In a Male-Dominated World

'Lionheart' (2018) Review: In a Male-Dominated World
By: Larissa Couto Netflix seems to have figured out its place as a “bridge...

'If Beale Street Could Talk' (2018) Review: A Beautiful Drama — At Times Breathtakingly So

'If Beale Street Could Talk' (2018) Review: A Beautiful Drama — At Times Breathtakingly So
By: Steve Pulaski Like James Baldwin's earnest novel, Barry Jenkins' adaptation of If Beale Street...

'Escape Room' (2018) Review: More Reason To Never Do An Escape Room!

'Escape Room' (2018) Review: More Reason To Never Do An Escape Room!
By: Steve Pulaski You wouldn't find me going anywhere near an escape room even...

'On the Basis of Sex' (2018) Review: A Biopic Fighting the Law

'On the Basis of Sex' (2018) Review: A Biopic Fighting the Law
By Ashley Velez Crowds of suited men climb up the Harvard stairs making you...

‘Mary Poppins Returns’ (2018) Review: From Up Above

‘Mary Poppins Returns’ (2018) Review: From Up Above
By: Larissa Couto Look up! Mary Poppins is back. A few years have passed,...

'Second Act' (2018) Review: When Wishes Come True

'Second Act' (2018) Review: When Wishes Come True
By: Larissa Couto Love, family, and a career: that’s all one could ask for....

'Aquaman' (2018) Review: Impressive and Enjoyable Despite Obvious Shortcomings

'Aquaman' (2018) Review: Impressive and Enjoyable Despite Obvious Shortcomings
By: Steve Pulaski Aquaman proves that part of what was holding the DC Cinematic Universe...

'The American Meme' (2018) Review: Just as Guilty

'The American Meme' (2018) Review: Just as Guilty
By: Larissa Couto Social media: the “American dream” facilitator. As Bert Marcus' documentary The...

'Bumblebee' (2018) Review: Upgrades Or More Added Auto Parts To The Transformers Franchise?

'Bumblebee' (2018) Review: Upgrades Or More Added Auto Parts To The Transformers Franchise?
By: Simson Garcia Our beloved Bumblebee character, aka Bee, aka B-127, is the first domino to...

'Welcome To Marwen' (2018) Review: A Story That Could've Used More Humans And Less Dolls

'Welcome To Marwen' (2018) Review: A Story That Could've Used More Humans And Less Dolls
By: Steve Pulaski Moreso consistently entertaining than consistently good, and more effective as a...

'Vice' (2018) Review: Biopics This Damning Should Be More Riveting

'Vice' (2018) Review: Biopics This Damning Should Be More Riveting
By: Steve Pulaski Adam McKay's Vice assumes the same style of filmmaking as his acclaimed, Oscar-nominated...

'Bird Box' (2018) Review: A Thoughtfully Written, Emotionally Intelligent Thriller

'Bird Box' (2018) Review: A Thoughtfully Written, Emotionally Intelligent Thriller
By: Steve Pulaski It's always unfortunate when a film with a very similar premise...

'Second Act' (2018) Review: A Millennial Update Of Working Girl?

'Second Act' (2018) Review: A Millennial Update Of Working Girl?
By: Steve Pulaski What's more disappointing than the fact that the effervescent Jennifer Lopez...

'Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle' (2018) Review: A Darker, Truer-To-Source Adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's Short Stories

'Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle' (2018) Review: A Darker, Truer-To-Source Adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's Short Stories
By: Steve Pulaski Andy Serkis' Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle is a darker, truer-to-source adaptation of...

'Dede' (2017) Review: A Will Strong as the Highest Mountain

'Dede' (2017) Review: A Will Strong as the Highest Mountain
By: Larissa Couto In the mountainous countryside of Svaneti, Georgia (a land bordered by...

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