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A House On The Bayou Review

A House on the Bayou is entertaining, violent, and has a lot of twists. It almost hits the mark, but not quite.

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TIFF 2022 Reviews: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, The Menu

Glass Onion is equally suspenseful and dumb, and The Menu offers an utterly terrifying critique of modern food culture.

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Barbarian Review

Multiple perspectives and timely themes help to elevate Barbarian above the typical B horror.

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Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Review

Filled with interesting Easter Eggs, a fine storyline and great animation, here's the full run-down on Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero.

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Emily The Criminal Review

Emily the Criminal is a song that's been played before, but it plays the notes better than most.

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Not Okay Review

The dark comedy tells an entertaining story that’s ruined by an unpleasant cameo.

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Pompo the Cinephile Review

An anime-infused love letter to the movies, 'Pompo the Cinephile' examines live-action moviemaking with shojo-anime flare.

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Child Of Kamiari Month Review

Netflix and Liden Films' newest anime movie is a charming and beautifully realized journey with some truly powerful moments.

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The Bob's Burgers Movie Review

The Bob's Burgers Movie is a great companion piece to the show, even if it doesn't always go as deep as it could.

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Don't Look Up Review

Adam McKay's new sci-fi satire Don't Look Up finds the sweet spot between the political weight of Vice and the all-out absurdity of Anchorman.

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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Review

Director Sam Raimi puts his signature horror style on full display in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the MCU's scariest film to-date.

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Bubble Review

This anime film comes with a tremendous pedigree and looks incredible, but some bare-bones characters and weak writing keeps it from soaring.

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