June 25, 2022

Film Review: ‘Doctor Strange’ Delivers The ‘Madness’ In Marvel’s Darkest Entry To Date

Marvel’s multiverse has been more difficult to navigate than expected. Maybe that should be anticipated for a storyline with seemingly endless possibilities. Even with that ...
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Film Review: ‘Everything Everywhere All At One’ is Simply Everything

There’s something to say about a film that gives you the chills just by writing about it. Surprisingly, that’s my experience now with Everything Everywhere ...
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Film Review: ‘The Batman’ Pulls No Punches

Little did I know growing up, that I was being raised a DC fan. At a very young age my first exposure to the world ...
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FILM REVIEW: ‘Turning Red’ Tackles the Big Red Panda In the Room

There was a day in fifth of grammar school that all of my fellow Catholic school classmates remember well. It was a day shrouded in ...
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Film Review: ‘Studio 666’ Lacks Scares But Still Rocks

(This review was originally published on our sister site Awards Radar.) For the last couple of decades the Foo Fighters have helped carry the torch ...
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FILM REVIEW: Scream (2022) Still Has Enough Terror In the Tanks

Delivering a single horror film sequel that is even a fraction as good as the original is rare. Delivering four quality sequels without a reboot, ...
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Film Review: ‘Licorice Pizza’ Is a Perfect Slice of PTA

There is something special about Paul Thomas Anderson’s films. Look at the worlds he has taken us too and the memorable characters he has crafted. ...
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FILM REVIEW: ‘Being the Ricardos’ Colors In The Story of TV’s Favorite Couple

It is amazing just how much Lucille Ball’s comedic influence continues to be found in comedy sixty years after her almost universally beloved series I ...
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