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'Slapped! The Movie' (2018) Review: Think Freaky Friday Meets Clerks!

'Slapped! The Movie' (2018) Review: Think Freaky Friday Meets Clerks!
By: Randy Krinsky Director: Alex Magaña Stars: Alex Magaña, Matt Lowe, Jonah Anderson, Aimée...

'Widows' (2018) Review: Those Who Play By The Rules Often Get Screwed

'Widows' (2018) Review: Those Who Play By The Rules Often Get Screwed
By: Steve Pulaski Stylish, tense, and melancholic, Steve McQueen's Widows initially had me worried it would...

'Instant Family' Review: A Delightful Surprise Just In Time For The Holiday Season

'Instant Family' Review: A Delightful Surprise Just In Time For The Holiday Season
By: Steve Pulaski The best thing I can say about Instant Family — the initially dubious...

'Overlord' (2018) Review: The Best Video Game Movie Not Based On A Video Game

'Overlord' (2018) Review: The Best Video Game Movie Not Based On A Video Game
By: Steve Pulaski BH Tilt and Bad Robot Productions are quickly becoming two of...

'Marfa Girl 2' (2018) Review: Larry Clark Returns With A Sequel None Of Us Needed

'Marfa Girl 2' (2018) Review: Larry Clark Returns With A Sequel None Of Us Needed
By: Steve Pulaski While Marfa Girl 2 feels like a shell of a movie, I find...

'Bohemian Rhapsody' (2018) Review: Is It Worth All The Hype?

'Bohemian Rhapsody' (2018) Review: Is It Worth All The Hype?
By: Steve Pulaski It's impossible to detail the story of Queen's meteoric rise and...

'Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween' (2018) Review: Jack Black, We Miss You!

'Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween' (2018) Review: Jack Black, We Miss You!
By: Steve Pulaski I was a pretty big fan of Goosebumps back in 2015, and it's...

'Mid90s' (2018) Review: Jonah Hill Makes His Feature Directorial Debut

'Mid90s' (2018) Review: Jonah Hill Makes His Feature Directorial Debut
By: Steve Pulaski Due to the film's graphic nature, along with a character's name...

'The Old Man & the Gun' (2018) Review: Robert Redford's Last Movie Ever

'The Old Man & the Gun' (2018) Review: Robert Redford's Last Movie Ever
By: Steve Pulaski Last year, David Lowery's A Ghost Story came and went in theaters, and...

'Galveston' (2018) Review: Ben Foster And Elle Fanning Can Carry Any Movie

'Galveston' (2018) Review: Ben Foster And Elle Fanning Can Carry Any Movie
By: Steve Pulaski Galveston confirms what most of us should already know and that's Ben Foster and...

'The Hate U Give' (2018) Review: Rising Up In The Face Of Despicable Injustice

'The Hate U Give' (2018) Review: Rising Up In The Face Of Despicable Injustice
By: Steve Pulaski George Tillman, Jr's The Hate U Give emphatically reaffirms the strength and potential...

'Susan' (2018) Review: A Realistic Depiction Of Misery

'Susan' (2018) Review: A Realistic Depiction Of Misery
By: Martin Hafer Well made…and incredibly hard to watch. I had a more difficult...

'Halloween' (2018) Review: A Satisfying Slasher With Strong Personality And Solid Terror

'Halloween' (2018) Review: A Satisfying Slasher With Strong Personality And Solid Terror
By: Steve Pulaski Anyone griping about David Gordon Green's Halloween not reinventing the wheel can kick...

'First Man' (2018) Review: One Giant Leap For Damien Chazelle

'First Man' (2018) Review: One Giant Leap For Damien Chazelle
By: Steve Pulaski Any aspiring filmmaker would kill to have a career akin to...

'A Star Is Born' (2018) Review: A Bonafide Good Time At The Movies

'A Star Is Born' (2018) Review: A Bonafide Good Time At The Movies
By: Steve Pulaski A Star is Born is a bonafide good time at the movies....

'Private Life' (2018) Review: Paul Giamatti And Kathryn Hahn Battle Infertility Issues On Netlix

'Private Life' (2018) Review: Paul Giamatti And Kathryn Hahn Battle Infertility Issues On Netlix
By: Steve Pulaski Richard and Rachel (Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn) are a middle-aged...

'Hell Fest' (2018) Review: The Killer Is Inside The House?

'Hell Fest' (2018) Review: The Killer Is Inside The House?
By: Steve Pulaski From the jump, Hell Fest has an interesting conceit, one capable of producing...

'Mountain' (2018) Short Film Review: A Trio Of U.S. Soldiers Fight For Survival

'Mountain' (2018) Short Film Review: A Trio Of U.S. Soldiers Fight For Survival
By: Martin Hafer I hope to see more from these folks in the future....

'Life Itself' (2018) Review: "This Is Us" For The Big Screen?

'Life Itself' (2018) Review:
By: Steve Pulaski Dan Fogelman's Life Itself packs in some Earth-shattering revelations about, well, life itself....

'A Simple Favor' (2018) Review: The Equivalent To A Trashy Beach-Read?

'A Simple Favor' (2018) Review: The Equivalent To A Trashy Beach-Read?
By: Steve Pulaski A Simple Favor is the cinematic equivalent of a trashy beach-read. An...

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