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Review: Victoria & Abdul Takes Historical Liberties in Creating a Charming Drama

Heartwarming and Charming, Victoria & Abdul Uplifts through a tweaking of history

Review: Call Me By Your Name is a Beautiful Slice of Summer Romance

Call Me By Your Name is one of the best movies of the year capturing the feeling of first love in a perfect summer romance

Review: American Made is a Fast Paced Joy Ride Into American Espionage

Behind an entertaining Tom Cruise Performance, American Made is an action thrill ride into the darker corners of American Espionage

Review: Loving Vincent is a Painted Tribute to a Complex Genius

An examination of a misunderstood soul and artistic genius. Loving Vincent is a beautifully crafted tribute to Vincent Van Gogh

Review: Home Again Struggles To Hit Home

Home Again wastes Reese Witherspoon's talents in a by the numbers rom-com with little in the way of relatability or heart

Review: Stronger Transcends Cliches to Deliver Genuine Inspiration

Stronger is a handsomely made movie that will have its audiences inspired to learn that the will to live can withstand even the most malevolent times.

Review: mother! is an Allegory More Frustrating Than Poignant

Darren Aronofsky's mother! is a work of art. That is unquestionable. Whether that work is a masterpiece or a pretentious act of self-indulgence is a far more interesting debate.

Review: Twin Peaks: The Return is a Masterpiece That Amazes, Puzzles and Frustrates

Affecting and breathtakingly beautiful like nothing else ever seen on television, David Lynch has created a masterpiece in his return to Twin Peaks

Review: IT Floats to Frightening, Funny and Entertaining Heights

The 2017 adaptation of Stephen King's IT is a reaffirmation of good horror storytelling with brilliant sprinkles of the everyday life.

Review: Logan Lucky Sees Steven Soderbergh Masterplan Another Compelling Caper

Guess Who's Back? Steven Soderbergh Returns With Logan Lucky But Plays It Safe In This Entertaining Midwestern Caper

Review: The Glass Castle is Admirable In Intention But Falters In Execution

Glass Castle Carries An Optimistic Message, but falters due to overly sentimental tone despite a standout performance from Woody Harrelson.

Review: Lady Macbeth Is A Period Drama With Contemporary Appeal

Anchored by a stellar Florence Pugh, Lady Macbeth is a period drama with strong contemporary appeal.

Review: Detroit Is A Dark Commentary On America’s Past And Present

Kathryn Bigelow's Detroit is an unflinching, violent and disturbing tale of the many scars on the face of America

Review: A Ghost Story is a Hauntingly Beautiful Story On Love, Loss and The Permanence Of Time

A Ghost Story is a thought provoking, poignant look at love, loss and the permanence of time. No Pies were harmed in the writing of this review.

Review: Person to Person charms with understated stories of life-like characters.

A New York indie gem, melding wry humor, quiet drama, and thoughtful sentimentality. Person to Person is a thoughtful character study set under a beautiful New York backdrop