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Tag Archive "new-releases"

Hamilton film

Hamilton Film at Home is Flawless: Movie Review

It’s both surprising and not the Hamilton film is the most anticipated and acclaimed movie of 2020. As America celebrates Independence Day this weekend, the film celebrates a different accomplishment in its history.

Irresistible

Irresistible Simply Isn’t So: Movie Review

Former Daily Show host and political comedian extraordinaire Jon Stewart has made a quirky movie about a mayoral election in Wisconsin. While Irresistible is a passably fun film to watch, it isn’t as important as ...

Da 5 Bloods

A Deeply Intense Battle in Da 5 Bloods: Movie Review

Writer/Director Spike Lee has achieved his starkest and most furious film to date with Da 5 Bloods. It’s viscerally important and an feverish experience, but it’s also among the best works of his 35 year ...

Artemis Fowl on Disney+

Artemis Fowl is Amazingly False: Movie Review

Disney’s new Artemis Fowl isn’t an atrociously bad movie. Despite a thin, traitorous script, Fowl is both exciting and fantastical The only problem is that it isn’t actually Artemis Fowl.

5 Drive-In re-opened

5 Drive-In reopened for business once again

The movies have returned to Oakville. New releases aren’t exactly the same, but with Oakville’s 5 Drive-In reopened, a small number of big movies have returned.

Last Days of American Crime

The Lousy, Last Days of American Crime: Movie Review

The Last Days of American Crime is the single new Hollywood release movie this weekend. The Netflix crime film, about the ethics of policing in a dystopia America, couldn’t be more timely. But being so ...

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The Lovebirds is a Lovely Distraction: Movie Review

The Lovebirds is a passable distraction in today’s movie landscape. There’s so few new things being released these days. But since cinemas have closed, this is among the first to have been re-distributed to streaming ...

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 ...

Logan Lucky

Movie Review: Logan Lucky’s Lots of Fun

August is no stranger to quirky studio films, but the new crime comedy Logan Lucky is the most original and sincere movie this summer.

Movie Review: The Emoji Movie is an Emotional Mess

In the modern, developed world where so many people are addicted to their phones and the nauseating language of IM texting and emojis, there isn’t a more irritating set up for a Hollywood story than ...

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