June 30, 2022

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: ‘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: ‘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: ‘The Power of the Dog’: Toxic Masculinity Unleashed

There are films that you can process quickly, walk away from and never think of again. Then there are films like Jane Campion‘s The Power ...
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Film Review: ‘Belfast’ Beautifully Captures Memories of Family

Kenneth Branagh has always been a risk-taker when it comes to film. His work as a director has covered a wide range of subjects; Shakespeare, ...
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Film Review: Flawed ‘Blue Bayou’ Still Tugs at the Heartstrings

Justin Chon’s Blue Bayou has its heart in the right place. The writer/director takes on a lot of today’s issues and often does so effectively, ...
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FILM REVIEW: ‘CODA’ Nails Every Note

The definition of CODA is, “the concluding passage of a piece or movement, typically forming an addition to the basic structure.” CODA is also an ...
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