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Movie Review: Christopher Robin is a carefree reunion

Disney’s new Christopher Robin is a singularly sweet episode of late summer entertainment. Fans of Winnie the Pooh and his friends will be most at home seeing this new story in the Hundred-Acre Wood. It’s ...

Movie Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp is a Winner

Ant-Man remains the ever-expanding Marvel universe’s most unconventional character. But his smaller scale and generous warmth is exactly the refreshing change of pace superhero movies need.

Movie Review: Fallen Kingdom reigns in a new Jurassic World

Dinosaurs and mad scientists rule in this summer’s biggest showstopper. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is full of huge components, ranging from giant reptiles and sets to giant loopholes. And however disjointed, the movie is oddly ...

Incredibles 2

Movie Review: Incredibles 2 is almost as Super as the first

After an excruciating fourteen year wait, Incredibles 2 has arrived in cinemas. This direct continuation of 2004’s The Incredibles is filled with the same spunk, edge and adventurous warmth that made the original an animated ...

Movie Review: Deadpool 2 is a Daring Party

Across the inescapable world of superhero flicks at the cinema, there truly is no hero more unique than Deadpool. He is willing to say and do nearly anything because he understands that his originality is ...

Life of the Party

Movie Review: Life of the Party Isn’t

The raucousness of college has been a staple of comedy movies for decades. Life of the Party, Warner Bros. new entry to this genre, doesn’t lack any partying.

Tully

Movie Review: Tully is Touching with a Twist

Not all new movies need to be spectacular, expensive blockbusters to make an impression on an audience. Tully is that kind of movie. Instead of explosions, special effects and a celebrity cast, it makes its ...

Avengers: Infinity War

Movie Review: An Insane Avengers: Infinity War

The marvel of all superhero movies has arrived at last. Avengers: Infinity War will challenge multiple box office records for its opening weekend. It will challenge audiences on more than their endurance.

I FEEL PRETTY

Movie Review: I Feel Pretty feels pretty fun

STX’s new I Feel Pretty is the victim to one of the greatest divisions in comedy. The trickiest goal for any filmmaker is making something that a wide audience will find truly funny. In this ...

RAMPAGE

Movie Review: Rampage is a Messy Misfire

Some movies are so frustrating and unpleasant to watch you feel like trashing whatever’s around you as the credits roll. Unfortunately, the only ones here with permission to enjoy their Rampage are on the screen.

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