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Ava DuVernay's live-action adaptation of the classic science fantasy novel is equally enjoyable, visually appealing, and disappointing.
"Nostalgia" takes a flawed and star-studded look at the connections and emotions we embed in the objects we own.
"Victor Crowley" is a slasher film homage that, outside of some creative kills, seems to forget to be funny...or enjoyable.
Almost four years since its first entry, Maze Runner: The Death Cure succeeds in keeping you entertained but not at fixing core problems in the previous film adaptations.
This cops and robbers crime drama shows audiences why you should never waste a story's potential.
There were times when 2017 felt like it was actually a decade rather than one year. There were other times when it felt like I sneezed and the year just flew by. It’s a year full of highs and lows and, thankfully, there wasn’t a shortage of great films this year. After taking a […]
Bright is a flawed film that is certainly not Netflix's best original film but is also not their worst. It's a wildly entertaining film that shows Netflix is stepping in the right direction in the Hollywood blockbuster business.
Noah Baumbach's latest film shows the audience how to turn a dysfunctional family's life into one of the funniest and best films of the year.