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This clash of the titans is absolutely wonderful to behold
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If someone told me that the cinematic trend kicked off by Liam Neeson in which a middle-aged gentleman with a certain set of skills has…
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Crisis does for the opioid crisis what Crash attempted to do for race relations in America.
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In the absence of resources, all you really need is a good story and the desire to tell it
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A pair of possessed jeans comes to life and starts killing the staff in delightfully brutal ways
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Takes its time getting to the scary stuff, but uses that time to ratchet up the dread in a big way, leading to a surprising finale that chills to the bone.
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Worth checking out before the world ends
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An empty novelty, presented in a way that can only keep the audience at a distance
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I have a feeling that The Little Things is going to be a bit of a critical punching bag, but I enjoyed the film
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It's hard to overstate how wonderfully fucked up this movie is.
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A fictionalized meeting of Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, and Sam Cooke, adapted from the play by the same name.
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Exactly what I needed during this atypical holiday season
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A stylish, angry feminist thriller/dark comedy with attitude to burn.
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The kind of movie that’s totally worth watching while simultaneously being nothing at all to write home about.
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Jackie Chan, who is now in his sixties, shows us he can still exchange punches and kicks with the best of them.
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By mashing up horror tropes with sci-fi concepts, Christopher Landon creates movies that are fun to watch, above all else
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Hopefully the circulation of this new print of Deadline will lead to some rowdy retrospective screenings once they’re safe to hold again.
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Frank Zappa is a walking contradiction.
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This is one of those “the less you know, the better” movies, not because anything so surprising happens that you wouldn’t want to be spoiled,…
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A very entertaining window into an unfamiliar world, filled with familiar characterizations of real, devastatingly human people.
The movie rocks. I’ve never seen anything like it.
We often forget that back in the day, civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr. was a very controversial figure.
Complex characters and shocking plot twists in service of a story that brings a female flavor to a typically male-dominated subgenre
Immediately striking, and consistently spooky for almost the entirety of its runtime
The Witman family has gone through a tragedy so unimaginable that it couldn’t possibly be written into fiction.
A slower, quieter movie than the marketing would have you believe, but that's ultimately a good thing
Who knew seeing an adolescent pig pee for a very, very long time could be such high art
We all know who Banksy is, it’s just that we don’t know who, specifically, Banksy is.
Next in a long line of “horror short gets expanded to feature length” projects
A mysterious figure, top to bottom, Kubrick is a man from another time.
Jumbo manages to accurately depict the feeling of romance as well as accurately describe the feeling of fetishization.