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Retro Review: Howard Stern’s PRIVATE PARTS

In my previous review of Can You Ever Forgive Me?, I mentioned it's the time of the year where biopics run amuck, but after...

Review: GREEN BOOK Is A Sweet Road Movie

Green Book is the newest film from director Peter Farrelly, but it is much more serious than his other movies. It made a big...

Review: UNDER THE WIRE Is A Thrilling Journalism Doc

Under the Wire is a new documentary about war correspondent Marie Colvin and her photographer companion Paul Conroy. It follows the two as they...

Review: JONATHAN Is Overly Twisty Sci-Fi

Jonathan is a new film directed by Bill Oliver and starring Ansel Elgort and Suki Waterhouse. The movie is about a man who leaves...

Review: THE CLOVEHITCH KILLER Ties Itself Around You

The Clovehitch Killer is a new thriller film from director Duncan Skiles and starring Dylan McDermott and Charlie Plummer. It follows a picture-perfect family...

REVIEW: ‘THE LONG DUMB ROAD’ Is Short And Sweet

The Long Dumb Road is a pretty straightforward premise. The film is a comedy where two dudes with very different personalities go on a road...

Review: TEAM KHAN Is A Total Knockout

Team Khan is a new documentary about professional boxer Amir Khan. It follows Khan over a two year period as he and his team...

Review: FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD Is “Riddikulus”

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is the sequel to 2016’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, itself a spin-off of the popular...

Review: CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?

As the leaves fall from the trees, and the weather grows colder, for film fans it only means one thing; “Art-house Season.” Yes, the...

Review: RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET Is A Smash Hit

Ralph Breaks the Internet (inexplicably not named “Ralph WRECKS the Internet”) is the long-awaited follow up to Disney’s 2012 surprise hit Wreck-It Ralph. The...

Review: INSTANT FAMILY Is Cute But Clichéd Family Fun

Instant Family is the newest film teaming the pair of writer-director Sean Anders and star Mark Wahlberg (Daddy’s Home and its sequel, Daddy’s Home...

Review: THE NEW ROMANTIC Is A Fun Indie Rom-Com

The New Romantic is the feature debut of Carly Ann Stone that debuted at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival. It is about a college...

Review: WIDOWS Is A Crazy, Genre-Bending Hit

Widows is the newest film from Steve McQueen, director of such critical darlings as 12 Years a Slave and Shame. It is based on...

Review: BOY ERASED Is A Compelling Drama

Based on the memoir by Garrard Conley, Boy Erased is the newest film from Joel Edgerton. It is about the son of a Baptist...

Review: JINN Has Good Intentions, But Falls Flat

Jinn is a new movie directed by Nijla Mu’min. It is about a 17 year-old black girl who faces an identity crisis when her...

Review: BURNING Is A Spellbinding Thriller

Burning is a new South Korean film directed by Chang-dong Lee. It made waves at its debut at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. The...

Review: OVERLORD Is Just As Fun As It Sounds

Overlord is the newest film produced by J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot label. It is about a group of American soldiers who invade...

Review: THE GIRL IN THE SPIDER’S WEB: A NEW DRAGON TATOO STORY Is Too Wrapped Up In Action

The Girl in the Spider’s Web: A New Dragon Tattoo Story is the newest film following the character Lisbeth Salander, based on the fourth...

Review: POSTCARDS FROM LONDON Doesn’t Warrant Your Visit

Postcards from London is a new indie drama from director Steve McLean and starring Harris (Beach Rats, The Darkest Minds). It is about a...

Review: EVERY ACT OF LIFE Deserves A Standing Ovation

Every Act of Life is a new documentary film by Jeff Kaufman about Tony-winning playwright Terrence McNally. The movie follows McNally’s life through his...