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Review: Dumbo (2019)

Visually delightful, but emotionally underwhelming, Dumbo remains a solid showcase of Tim Burton’s unique cinematic style.

Review: Gloria Bell

Gloria Bell offers up nothing especially extravagant but gets by on the warmth and relatability Julianne Moore brings to the title role

Review: Us

Bigger and bolder, if slightly less refined, than his debut, Jordan Peele delivers another marvelous horror experience in his sophomore outing.

Review: Paddleton

Career-best performances from Ray Romano and Mark Duplass bolster Alex Lehmann's heartbreaking exploration of mortality and friendship.

Review: Alita: Battle Angel

Alita: Battle Angel is a thrilling,cyberpunk adventure infused with empathy and understanding, that embraces its manga roots rather than run from them

Review: Fighting With My Family

Fighting with My Family lifts pro wrestling's veil of secrecy, in a heartfelt embrace of one star's personal journey.

Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody fails to rise above its cliches and subpar filmmaking technique despite a standout performance from Rami Malek

Review: Roma

Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma is the perfect culmination of themes that he has spent his entire career developing, and a masterpiece of writing and filmmaking.

Review: BlacKKKlansman

BlacKkKlansman is Spike’s strongest and most palpable statement in years offering a measured indictment of the systemic problems ingrained within our government and our society

Review: Cold Pursuit

Cold Pursuit may not offer anything particularly new, but with Liam Neeson's reliable star power stands its ground as an entertaining vigilante movie.

Review: Close

Close does very little that stands out or makes it particularly memorable wasting a pair of decent performances from its leads

Review: They Shall Not Grow Old

An astounding technical achievement in film restoration, Peter Jackson’s They Shall Not Grow Old is an emotionally superb embrace of those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Review: The Favourite

Yorgos Lanthimos shakes up the historical period drama with The Favourite, a darkly hilarious character study led by three amazing lead performances.

Review: Stan & Ollie

Jon S. Baird’s heartfelt tribute to Laurel and Hardy delivers a most touching view of the extraordinary professional and personal relationship between these icons.

Review: Vice

Vice covers everything but develops almost nothing to a satisfying end in its wildly inconsistent portrait of the former vice president.