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Mulan Review: Worth the Wait?

Mulan was a film that so many of us were waiting to see back when it was supposed to debut in March....

Bill and Ted Face the Music Review

It is perhaps fitting that, like the rest of us right now living through (gesticulating wildly) All This, Bill S. Preston, Esquire...

The Boys Season 2 Review: Binge-Watch as Fast as Possible

After the events of Season 1, The Boys have gone into hiding. Hughie, Mother's Milk, Frenchie, and The Female regroup in a...

Unhinged Review: Russell Crowe Can Happen to Anyone

Unhinged is unapologetic trash. That's not a bad thing. Good trash can be great. But there's not much worse than bad trash.

Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula Review

At first blush, 2016's Train to Busan (buy at Amazon) does not seem to break the mold of the zombie (or "infected"...

The Secret Garden Review: The Adaptation Is a Delight

Frances Hodgson Burnett's 1911 novel The Secret Garden (check price at Amazon) has been adapted before. It's been on the big screen...

Irresistible Review: Jon Stewart’s New Political Comedy

Sketch comedy is hard. Really all comedy is hard, but sketch comedy is really hard – getting long in and out in...

The King of Staten Island Review

Judd Apatow has a long history of “Lovable Losers” in his work. All the way from Freaks and Geeks to The 40-Year-Old...

Scoob! Review: The New Animated Adventure

The glass-is-half-empty among us have been decrying the death of cinema for many years, triggered by the increasing focus on reinventing old...

Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Shattered Review

Star Wars: The Clone Wars has returned for its seventh and final season on the Disney+ streaming service. In this review, we're...

Beastie Boys Story Review: The Apple TV+ Documentary

Spring, 1987. I’m a senior in high school. I’m sitting in the back seat of my friend Bill’s lime-green Chevy Nova. We’re...

Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Phantom Apprentice Review

Star Wars: The Clone Wars has returned for its seventh and final season on the Disney+ streaming service. In this review, we're...

Review of Hilary Brougher’s South Mountain

Somewhere, on the side of a mountain in the Appalachians, a family is gathering for its annual celebration. Somewhere, a family is...

True History of the Kelly Gang Review

No film based on a true story is really about it’s subject, or at least not wholly about it. Sure, there’s a...

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Episode 709 – Old Friends Not Forgotten Review

Star Wars: The Clone Wars has returned for its seventh and final season on the Disney+ streaming service. In this review, we're taking a...

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Episode 708 – Together Again Review

Star Wars: The Clone Wars has returned for its seventh and final season on the Disney+ streaming service. In this review, we're taking a...

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Episode 707 – Dangerous Debt Review

Star Wars: The Clone Wars has returned for its seventh and final season on the Disney+ streaming service. In this review, we're taking a...

Never Rarely Sometimes Always Review

For a long time complex subjects have had to be dealt with in allegory and obscurity, working around their subjects due to commercial and...

Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Deal No Deal Review

Star Wars: The Clone Wars has returned for its seventh and final season on the Disney+ streaming service. In this review, we're taking a...

Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Gone With a Trace Review

Star Wars: The Clone Wars has returned for its seventh and final season on the Disney+ streaming service. In this review, we're taking a...

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