Category: Film Reviews

Despite Flaws Last Christmas entertains on strength of Emilia Clarke’s performance

Emilia Clarke lifts “Last Christmas” in an excellent example of her versatility as an actress

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Martin Scorsese ushers up another epic in The Irishman

Clocking in at over three hours, Martin Scorses ushers in another epic crime story.

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Terminator: Dark Fate adds humanity to a long-running franchise

Terminator Dark Fate will satisfy Terminator movie fans but also adds a layer of sophistication and dimension to the franchise’s characters.

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The Lighthouse mixes horror and psychology in time for the holidays

The Lighthouse is a spotlights top notch performances by Willem Defoe and Robert Pattinson in this psychological horror film.

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Renee Zellweger stands out as Judy

Judy the biopic of the last year of Judy Garland’s life, moves on the strength…

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Dora the Explorer Makes an Entertaining Entrance onto the Big Screen

Boosted by an excellent performance by Isabella Moner as the title character, “Dora and the Lost City of Gold” is an entertaining mix of “Spy Kids” and Indiana Jones adventure and light comedy movies.

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Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time offers up subtle satire of Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino’s black comedy “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood” is less love letter and more industry satire

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Wild Rose‘s performances tell poignant story of hope and personal responsibility

A Scottish girl working on the economic margins of Glasgow, Scotland wants to be a…

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Spider-Man: Far From Home puts the story back in Marvel superhero films

Spider-Man spun his web around movie theaters this weekend, and in all likelihood it’s going…

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MIB International entertains despite simple plot

Men In Black: International, or MIB International, doesn’t have many surprises although the movie somehow…

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