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The Craft: Legacy Review – A Magical Cast Meets Modern Day Problems

Does The Craft: Legacy capture the same magic as the original?

3 years ago

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The Witches Review: Anne Hathaway Leads A Magical Mess

The Witches might be cursed.

3 years ago

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Borat 2 Review: Sacha Baron Cohen Is More Outrageous Than Ever

Does Borat 2 have the same comedic magic as the original?

3 years ago

Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 Review: Episode 1 Goes Full Star Wars And It Works

Star Trek: Discovery has finally become the show it wanted to be all along. Season 3 episode 1 begins by stripping away the last vestiges of Star Trek left

4 years ago

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Love and Monsters Review: The Monsters Make It Worth Your While

Does Love and Monsters deliver on its title? Read our review to find out!

4 years ago

Undeclared: Why Judd Apatow’s Other Cult TV Show Is Unfairly Overlooked

The idea for Undeclared simply came from Apatow asking what would happen to the Freaks and Geeks characters after the events of high school.

4 years ago

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Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 1 Review – This Is The Star Trek Show To Watch

Star Trek: Lower Decks has wrapped up its first season and proved it’s the real successor to the Star Trek name.

4 years ago

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Hubie Halloween Review: Adam Sandler Does Spooky Season Justice

Hubie Halloween represents a return to form for Adam Sandler.

4 years ago

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The Mist: Why This Great Stephen King Adaptation Is Unfairly Overlooked

Stephen King’s The Mist is a brutal film, but it is also one of the horror master’s best.

4 years ago

Enola Holmes Review: Netflix’s New Movie Should Fight For Women’s Rights

Enola Holmes is less of a teenager’s perspective on a Sherlock Holmes story and more like Fleabag Jr.

4 years ago

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Ava Review: Jessica Chastain Can’t Save a Subpar Script

Ava has a stellar cast, but none of them can make this script into something worthwhile.

4 years ago

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Antebellum Review: When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong

Antebellum has a point it wants to make. Unfortunately, it makes it in the worst ways possible.

4 years ago

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The Devil All the Time Review: A Netflix Movie For Misery’s Sake

Murphy’s Law states anything that can go wrong will go wrong. That seems to be the case with The Devil All the Time, the latest from Christine and Simon Killer director Antonio Campos.

4 years ago

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Raised By Wolves Review: Ridley Scott’s Sci-Fi Show Is Worth Your Time

The new Ridley Scott sci-fi show has a lot on its mind. How successful is it?

4 years ago

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Cuties Review: Controversial Netflix Film Is A Difficult Watch

Is the controversial Netflix film Cuties worth all the heated discussion?

4 years ago

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Mulan Review: Why It’s One Of The Worst Movies Of 2020

The newest Disney remake does not bring honor to its family.

4 years ago

Away Season 1 Review: Netflix Delivers Deep Space Spectacle and Tepid Drama

If you like the wonder and excitement of space exploration juxtaposed against the tedium of workplace drama and weepy family dilemmas, is Netflix’s new series Away ever the show for you.

4 years ago

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Tenet Review: Christopher Nolan’s Beautiful, Boring Science Project

Tenet is a movie that has so much meta-narrative surrounding it at this point. There is a contingent of Christopher Nolan fans who will bring their undying love of the director’s body of work to the table.

4 years ago

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The Boys Season 2 Review: Amazon’s Superheroes Are Badder Than Ever

The superhero series is back and better than ever.

4 years ago

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Bill & Ted Face the Music Review: A Most Excellent Finale

Face the Music isn’t going to save the world, but it will remind you that the world is worth saving.

4 years ago

You Cannot Kill David Arquette Review: A Story Worthy Of Rocky

The washed-up actor takes one last stab at following his real dream: becoming a professional wrestler.

4 years ago

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The Best Ryan Reynolds Movie And Why It’s Unfairly Overlooked

Mostly known for loveable and charming characters, Reynolds is given a chance to take those qualities and examine the potentially darker facets of them.

4 years ago

Tenet Reviews Are In And Critics Have A Definitive Stance

As 2020 descended upon moviedom, the anticipation for Christopher Nolan’s expected masterpiece Tenet was riveting. Unfortunately, COVID happened and what …

4 years ago

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Lower Decks Is Bringing Dorky Back to the Star Trek Universe

Star Trek: Lower Decks is three episodes into its run and that’s enough material to gauge exactly what it wants …

4 years ago

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Lovecraft Country Review: Sharp Culture Commentary And Nutty Monsters Deliver

Lovecraft Country is an ambitious bit of genre television. Produced by Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams, the adaptation of Matt Ruff’s 2016 novel by showrunner Misha Green hits the ground running and isn’t afraid to make its feelings known right out the gate.

4 years ago

Project Power Review: Find Out If Netflix’s Pop A Pill Powers Are Good

Imagine a world in which superpowers exist, but are (for now) only unlocked by taking an illegal, sinisterly-produced pill from a shady drug company.

4 years ago

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Dark City: Why This Sci-Fi Mindbender Is Unfairly Overlooked

Dark City is one of those movies that people seem to either love or have never seen.

4 years ago

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Why Doom Patrol Is The Best Thing On TV You Aren’t Watching

Doom Patrol has quietly been knocking it out of the park as a superhero show. Premiering on DC Universe and …

4 years ago

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Waiting For The Barbarians Review: Johnny Depp Tortures Nomads But Not His Audience

As far as a piece of production goes, Waiting for the Barbarians is a slam dunk.

4 years ago

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An American Pickle Review: It Falls Apart When It Gets Political

Yes, the plot of An American Pickle revolves around a man who was accidentally pickled for a century.

4 years ago