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The Bubble Review

Judd Apatow's Netflix comedy seeks to lampoon the COVID-19 pandemic and blockbuster filmmaking with outdated takes on both.

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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: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe Review

Based on Benjamin Alire Sáenz' novel, the movie is a reminder of what it's like to be young and in love, and the harshness of being a teenager.

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Pinocchio Review

Disney's live-action reimagining of Pinocchio is beautifully rendered but loses much of the original's magic.

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Barbarian Review

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

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Don’t Worry Darling: How Olivia Wilde’s Movie Became Controversial

Don't Worry Darling is a psychological thriller that has been in the news a lot lately.

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Three Thousand Years Of Longing Review

Three Thousand Years Of Longing feels like an incomplete thought but at least George Miller is thinking harder and bolder than most directors.

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Samaritan Review

Sylvester Stallone stars as a washed-up hero in a film that brings almost nothing new to the table. How did their "dark" take on the format go awry?

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Orphan: First Kill Review

The questionably awaited prequel to Jaume Collet-Serra's 2009 psychological horror film will likely be adored by fans but forgotten by newcomers.

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Day Shift Review

Netflix's Day Shift adds up to an interesting idea and a couple of good action sequences brought down by a truly awful script.

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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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They/Them Review

They/Them has a promising start and entertaining cast, but for those hoping to watch a strong slasher, this isn't the right choice.

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Prey Review

The long-awaited fifth entry in the Predator franchise is a solid return to form and a huge leap forward.

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Bodies Bodies Bodies Review

Smartly satirical and brutally biting, Bodies Bodies Bodies is a fun and fresh take on the slasher genre.

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Bullet Train Review

Unlike its titular mode of transportation, Bullet Train never manages to stay on the rails long enough to work properly.

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DC League Of Super-Pets Review

Despite mediocre advertising, DC League of Super-Pets is a pleasant summer surprise.

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Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon A Time Review

Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time may just be Hideki Anno's way of saying third time's the charm for Shinji to find proper closure.

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The Witcher: Nightmare Of The Wolf Review

The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf might have a few slow moments, but overall it's a thrilling tale.

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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 Gray Man Review

The Russo Brothers' latest attempt to build an action franchise is a flashy display that can't outrun its lack of imagination.

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Nope Review

Jordan Peele's third directorial effort is a bizarre, clever sci-fi spectacle that proves that one for him can still be one for everyone else.

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Thor: Love and Thunder Review

Thor: Love and Thunder packs the action, laughs, and heart with a journey that brings the god of thunder full circle and pushes his arc forward.

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The Princess Review

With no story, no style, and nothing particularly interesting to say, The Princess is a royal mess.

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Marcel the Shell with Shoes On Review

Marcel the Shell with Shoes On is sincere, funny, and thoughtful in the most painfully delightful way.

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The Black Phone Review

The Black Phone is a tense, heartfelt, and decent throwback horror experience

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Mad God Review

Phil Tippett's Mad God is a deranged and wondrous stop-motion nightmare.

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Tribeca Film Festival 2022: The Drop Review

Not even an all-star cast of comedy actors could save this movie which is filled with boring clichés and a plot that fizzles out too quickly.

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Tribeca Film Festival 2022: Don't Make Me Go Review

Father-daughter duo Max and Wally show the good, the bad, and the ugly of single fatherhood and the inevitability of death.

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