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Review: The Children Act

Emma Thompson shines but The Children Act struggles to fulfill the potential that its premise entails.

Review: Eighth Grade

with its genuine portrayals of adolescent behavior. eighth grade stakes its claim as a defining coming of age film for today's youth 

Review: Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again

Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again is a lighthearted fun musical and with everything happening in the world right now, it is exactly what we need.

Review: Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? celebrates the legacy of a man whose message remains essential today as it was then

Review: RBG

RBG frames Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a mythical figure but in doing so fails to give an encompassing view on the figure as a whole

Review: First Reformed

First Reformed is an atmospheric slow burn that sees Ethan Hawke deliver a career-best performance.

Review: Deadpool 2

Deadpool returns for a sequel but the results are more disappointing than thrilling.

Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story

Saturation, noun. Definition: to a very full extent, beyond the point regarded as necessary or desirable. It's perhaps the perfect word to describe Solo: A Star Wars Story

Review: Lowlife

Ryan Prows' debut feature Lowlife is a promising start to a young career fashioning a slick story on the ambiguity of morality

Review: Tully

Tully is a reminder that life is difficult and sometimes we all need a helping hand but ultimately the only person who can fix you is yourself

Review: Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War is dubbed “the most ambitious crossover event of all time” on the surface but feels far more pedestrian when examined closer.

Review: You Were Never Really Here

Lynne Ramsay's latest film is undoubtedly the work of an accomplished storyteller but despite all the bravado, You Were Never Really Here is a shallower character study than its bloody, boisterous exterior would suggest.

Review: HBO’s Andre The Giant Documentary

Highlighting his greatest triumphs and darkest moments, HBO's Andre The Giant documentary is a fitting tribute to a man larger than life

Review: A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place is a unique take on a horror premise from a promising voice, while still remaining familiar, in ways that most general audiences will appreciate, but still leaves a little to be desired.

Review: Ready Player One

Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One is an exercise in unrealized potential.