June 22, 2021

Film Review: ‘Cruella’ is a Stylish Romp

This article, written by our critic Steven Prusakowski, was previously published on our sister site, AwardsRadar. Be sure to check them out for film, TV, and awards ...
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Film Review: ‘Riders of Justice’ Is Vengeance Reimagined

Revenge is not the most original theme for a film or for fiction in general. It actually dates back to ancient Greece and probably further. ...
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Film Review: ‘The Killing of Two Lovers’ is Soul Piercing

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Film Review: ‘Profile’ Captures Us In A Web of Deception

After a year of growing accustom to most of our human interactions being shared over a computer screen, the release timing for director Timur Bekmambetov’s ...
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Film Review: ‘Nobody’ Showcases A Tougher Side of Odenkirk

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