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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.

Review: Pacific Rim: Uprising

Pacific Rim: Uprising Dilutes the Imagination of Guillermo Del Toro’s Original into a bland forgettable blockbuster

Review: The Death of Stalin

The Death of Stalin is a comically absurd----and tragic---history tale

Review: Black Panther

Black Panther continues Marvel's success with a landmark film that works both as an individual tale and within the wider Marvel scope.

Review: Early Man is Another Hilarious, Charming Outing From Aardman Animation

Aardman Animation delivers another standout stop-motion picture that will surely fly under the radar but should not escape yours

Review: Paddington 2 is a Heartwarming Tale Of One Special Bear

A movie suitable for all ages, Paddington 2 is a crowdpleaser that will melt even the iciest of hearts

Review: Cloverfield Paradox Lacks The Ambition Its Marketing Possesses

Netflix’s Surprise Post-Superbowl Release, The Cloverfield Paradox, Doesn’t Even Live Up to its Three Hours of Hype

Review: Phantom Thread is a Journey of Woven Beauty Bound By Intrigue and Opulence

Phantom Thread excels as a cinematic delight, delicately stitched together and held in place by master class filmmaking

Review: “The Road Movie” Is A Morbid Drive Through the Chaotic Streets of Russia

A clever inversion of traditional documentary filmmaking, The Road Movie is a one of a kind viewing experience.

Review: The Post is an American History Lesson Conspicuously Tied to the Present

The Post is entertaining and thought-provoking but one has to wonder if it leans too heavily on its not so subtle political message.

Review: The Greatest Showman Is A Fun But Empty Musical Spectacle

The Greatest Showman will leave you rolling your eyes more often than tapping your feet.

Review: I, Tonya Tells Us The Past Is What We Make Of It

The past is just a story we tell ourselves in this biopic of Tonya Harding's life. A career best for Margot Robbie

Review: The Shape Of Water Is A Fantastical And Modern Fairy Tale

The Shape of Water delivers a timeless message accentuated by a master filmmaker at the height of his powers.

Review: The Other Side Of Hope Finds Faith In The Human Condition

Aki Kaurismaki's latest film The Other Side of Hope tackles Europe's pertinent refugee crisis in his trademark style discovering hope and comedy within melancholy