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Movie Review: Grindelwald’s Crimes are far from Fantastic

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald has a high standard breathing down its neck. Being part of J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world, it belongs to one of cinema’s biggest properties.

Movie Review: The Grinch is a Mean, Green, Adorable Machine

With the holiday season unofficially starting, the annual sludge of holiday movies is also upon us. Thankfully, Universal’s The Grinch has something charming to offer.

Bohemian Rhapsody

Movie Review: Bohemian Rhapsody’s a Rock Star

Beyond desires for complete packages, it is sometimes the case where great movies can ride effortlessly on one or two critical things. In Bohemian Rhapsody, the epic musical biography of rock sensation Queen,

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

Movie Review: The Nutcracker’s Four Realms are No Fun

You’d think with Disney’s history of large scale fantasy they would know how to make The Nutcracker and the Four Realms. Nope. All the charm and elegance has been sucked out of this confusing story ...

Movie Review: Johnny English Strikes Out Again

Here’s another unpredictable hit from agent Johnny English. His latest adventure Johnny English Strikes Again is as shallow as they come. Though strangely, it’s still entertaining to watch him strike out.

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Movie Review: Halloween is a Horrific Success

Forty years after the classic Halloween first terrorized audiences, a new sequel has breathed devilish life into the story.

First Man

Movie Review: First Man is almost worth the wonder

Despite its clean and catchy title, First Man is empty of any true firsts. Most of it follows the same order and types of scenes that distinguish dramas aspiring to win bucket-loads of Oscars.

A Star is Born

Movie Review: Truly, A Star is Born

There’s something truly special watching a movie and witnessing the debut of a true star. Even more miraculous is watching two debuts of equal power. With Warner Bros. newest remake of A Star is Born, ...

Night School

Movie Review: Night School squeaks by with a pass

It’s hard to say nice things about a movie that’s “not so bad.” But Universal’s new comedy Night School is equally forgettable and surprisingly fun. The film feels like a student who only studied hard ...

Movie Review: The House with a Clock tick-tocks just fine

The House with a Clock in its Walls is even stranger than its title suggests. Its confusing name is fitting for a confusing movie trying to be and feel like several kinds of entertainment. But ...

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