Film Reviews

Fantastic Fest: ‘Thoroughbreds’ Mixes The Perfect-Crime Caper With Just A Hint Of ‘Ghost World’

Thoroughbreds is a deeply engrossing and mysterious character study.

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For Better or Worse, ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Delivers What You Came For (FILM REVIEW)

Eggsy returns with more mediocrity.

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Fantastic Fest: Superpowers Become A Coming-Of-Age Metaphor In ‘Thelma’

Thelma has emerged as an early standout at this year's Fantastic Fest.

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Blu-ray Review: Sam Elliott’s Most Powerful Performance Moves ‘The Hero’

Emotionally resonant, Sam Elliott shines in this end of life existential drama.

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‘American Assassin’ Misses Its Killshot (FILM REVIEW)

The jingoistic action thriller succeeds only at being kind of fun.

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Darren Aronofsky’s ‘mother!’ Is Wholly Original, And Nearly Indescribable (FILM REVIEW)

Darren Aronofsky is back with another mind bending psychological trip into terror.

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‘May It Last’ Gets Up Close and Intimate with the Avett Brothers (FILM REVIEW)

Judd Apatow takes audiences on an intimate journey into the hearts of Scott and Seth Avett.

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The ‘E.T.’ Anniversary Blu-Ray Will Delight Both Fans And Newcomers

The ET anniversary blu-ray is definitely something to phone home about.

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‘It’ Floats Just Above Mediocrity (FILM REVIEW)

The new adaptation of the Stephen King novel is competent but ultimately lacking.

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‘Menashe’ and the Common Bonds of Sadness and Joy (FILM REVIEW)

With Menashe, Joshua Z. Weinstein crafts a parable about the ups and downs of the human condition.

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