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Home Again

Home Again

If the RomCom is on life support, Home Again has come along to pull the plug. This bland, boring excuse for wasting Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon’s Read More

The Trip To Spain

The Trip To Spain

When it arrived in theaters way back in 1981, My Dinner With Andre was unique. Nothing more than a conversation between actor/ playwrite Wallace Shawn and Read More

Despicable Me 3

Despicable Me 3

The world’s worst supervillain turned secret agent and his Minions still whip up some laughs in Despicable Me 3, but this film could have been way Read More

American Assassin

American Assassin

The travails of a professional killer are typically the stuff of sound cinematic entertainment. As long as you deliver the action, and do so in a Read More

Logan Lucky

Logan Lucky

When he announced his “retirement” from moviemaking, film fans everywhere mourned the loss of one of the most original voices in cinema. Citing a stagnant industry Read More

Leap!

Leap!

Most animated films aren’t centered around the human element. Oh sure, they deal with emotions, and feelings, and all of the trials and tribulations that come Read More

Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde

It would be reductive to refer to Atomic Blonde as simply a “Female James Bond.” The film is far more rough-and-tumble than that, and also more Read More

Wind River

Wind River

Taylor Sheridan, writer of Sicaro and Hell or High Water, shifts the desolate setting from the dusty American Southwest to a snowy Wyoming Native American reservation Read More

Brigsby Bear

Brigsby Bear

Brigsby Bear opens with footage of a children’s show about a bear who travels around the galaxy fighting evil while preaching life lessons. Through the VHS Read More

Cars 3

Cars 3

The Cars movies have always been outliers in Pixar’s filmography. They’re missing that combination of wit and dramatic themes that appeal to both kids and adults. Read More

The Glass Castle

The Glass Castle

The Glass Castle is a film that approaches the true story of one woman’s fraught navigation through a lifetime of fractured and complex family dynamics with Read More

Patti Cake$

Patti Cake$

Patricia Dumbrowski doesn’t look like the prototypical rapper, but Patti Cake$ only poses like a different kind of underdog story. The heart and pluckiness, and credible Read More

The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower

When is a Stephen King adaptation not a Stephen King adaptation? When it’s The Dark Tower, that’s when. Similar to the approach taken by titles like Read More

Person to Person

Person to Person

With its separate alternating stories, Dustin Guy Defa’s Person to Person at first seems like it might be the hipster version of intersecting-narrative dramas like Crash Read More