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Spoiler Review: Horrifically Bleak but Hardly Horrifying ‘The Lodge’ Not Worth the Trip

Review: “The Turning” Reboots Iconic Horror Tale as Tepid Garbage

Review: Hopelessly Uninspired 'Like A Boss' Unlikely to Entertain

Review: ‘1917’ Shares A Familiar Story Made Fantastic in the Telling

Review: ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ is Dumb as a Post But at Least It Tries

'Take Shelter' Tackles Fear with Fearless Eloquence

Taika Waititi Taught Old Tropes New Tricks in the 2010s' Most Hilariously Heartfelt Adventure

Review: Scorsese's 'The Irishman' is a Blast from the Past and a Glimpse of the Future

Review: 'Playing with Fire' Lacks Any Spark of Life

Review: 'Harriet' Delivers Important Commentary in an Unfortunately Conventional Package

5 Historic Oddities Hidden in the Disney+ Lineup

Why Are Y'all Stumping ‘Joker’ When ‘The Invisible Man’ Was Here All Along?

NYFF Review: 'Varda by Agnès' is a Heartfelt Farewell from a Cinematic Icon

NYFF Review: 'The Whistlers' Brings Entertainment, Leaves no Lasting Impression

NYFF Review: The Refreshingly Sharp-Witted, Sci-Fi Adjacent Neo-Western, 'Bacurau'

'Mindhunter' Season 2 Hurts Your Feelings in All the Best Ways

Season 3 of 'GLOW' is a Fun Ride Stuck in Stasis

How 'Derry Girls' Laughs in the Face of Toxic Masculinity

Requiem for the Irish Skeletons in Martin Scorsese’s Cinematic Closet

Pajiba Love


Evangeline Lilly Will Not Be Going Into Quarantine Now, Thanks



Review: ‘Burning Cane’ and ‘The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open’ Are Ava DuVernay’s Hidden Gems on Netflix


Review: ‘The Banker’ is a Solidly Old-Fashioned Adaptation of the Remarkable True Story of America’s First Black Bankers


Review: Dee Rees’s Joan Didion Adaptation ‘The Last Thing He Wanted’ Very Nearly Works, But Its Narrative Shortcomings Crater It

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