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Movie Review: Winchester is an Awful Waste

Truly awful movies with no redeeming qualities are rare in cinemas. Winchester: The House that Ghosts Built, however, is the most boring horror film of the century. It’s thoroughly tedious and unenjoyable from start to ...

Movie Review: 12 Strong Holds its Horses

Most people don’t normally think of horses and Danish documentarians when making Hollywood mega-action movies. And while far from perfect, odd elements of 12 Strong help separate it from the legacy of modern war movies ...

Movie Review: The Post is Perfect for our Times

Legendary director Steven Spielberg’s new feature The Post is something of a miracle that it exists as it does. Not only was it made quickly and to be engaging as it is, it’s among the ...

Movie Review: The Force is with The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi had a monumental challenge for fans of the cultural juggernaut. The hardworking team at Lucasfilm and Disney needed to create a seamless new story, effectively transforming the galactic universe into ...

Movie Review: The Delightful Disaster Artist

There are hundreds of movies about making movies and movie themselves. It’s unsurprising to learn that the talented (and less so) people who make movies often like telling stories about the movies they make. But ...

Justice League

Movie Review: Justice League is a Jumbled Letdown

Superheroes are everywhere in cinemas these days, with new an endless parade of new movies in the genre coming every several weeks. Sadly, while Justice League had potential to be the landmark event film its ...

Murder on the Orient Express

Movie Review: Another Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express has been gorgeously remade with precision and charm. Fox’s new version brings the popular murder mystery story to new and old audiences.

Movie Review: A Proper Service and Complex Thanks

Thank You For Your Service is unlike any war drama you’ve seen before. It has intense action, gripping drama and a true story of brave soldiers. And it’s unique because the fight isn’t overseas – ...

Movie Review: All Thrills from The Foreigner

Jackie Chan doesn’t get nearly enough credit for just how truly talented a performer he is. If you’re looking for the latest evidence, look no further than The Foreigner, his latest action epic now delightfully ...

Movie Review: A Sensational Battle of the Sexes

Who knew that the sociological history of tennis could be so entertaining? And who could’ve imagined the same story would be so critically important? Directors Jonathan Drayton and Valerie Faris are the answer to both ...

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