Movie Reviews

A Well-Meaning But Flawed Border Western

No Man’s Land is a well-meaning, but inherently flawed western drama. A Texas border rancher’s son flees into Mexico after…

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Liam Neeson Actioner Provides a Welcome Escape

Liam Neeson returns in The Marksman, a simplistic but watchable low-key actioner. A struggling Arizona rancher defends a Mexican boy…

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A Bruce Lee & James Bond Inspired ’70s DC Adventure

Strap on your bell-bottoms, spin the disco ball, and grab your nunchucks. The Dark Knight returns in a groovy, karate…

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Carey Mulligan Dazzles in Wicked Revenge Thriller

Addressing sexual assault and rape in a truly unconventional way, Promising Young Woman is a dark tale of revenge, wickedly…

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A Thrilling DC Comics Sequel That Overcomes Its Flaws

Wonder Woman 1984 is a cinematic superhero spectacle that will thrill audiences despite several discernible flaws. Director/co-writer Patty Jenkins takes…

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Coppola Delivers The Best Version of His Flawed Masterwork

The moment the familiar strains of Nino Rota’s Godfather theme start to play, it instantly envelopes the viewer in the…

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George Clooney’s Ambitious Sci-Fi Epic Fails to Resonate

George Clooney pulls double duty as lead actor and director of sci-fi epic, The Midnight Sky. Based on the novel…

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Epic Destruction Saves Gerard Butler’s Weepy Disaster Flick

Gerard Butler and Morena Baccarin race against the apocalypse in the middling disaster thriller, Greenland. The film is loaded with…

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