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      The Princess (2022) Kiet has crafted a violent yet strangely wholesome anomaly: a mindless but enjoyably junky East-meets-West hodgepodge that stokes our bloodlust while staying true to its storybook setting. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      The Creator (2023) Say this for Edwards: there's enough talent on display that you keep rooting for him despite his repeated stumbles. Maybe next time he'll finally get it right. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      A Haunting in Venice (2023) Those apparitions haunting A Haunting in Venice are the ghosts of better murder mysteries. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      The Origin of Evil (2022) You have to feel for Stéphane, the driven go-getter at the center of this portrait of shady machinations set in a world of wealth and luxury. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (2022) Alberto doesn't hit viewers over the head with eighties nostalgia. She has crafted a sweet, disarmingly tender coming-of-age tale, one that believes opposites not only attract but also bring out the best in each other. It gives your heart a warm squeeze. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      Cassandro (2023) García Bernal's unassuming, no-nonsense approach to playing Saúl is the secret sauce in this story about a life lived out in the open. It punches above its weight. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      Nandor Fodor and the Talking Mongoose (2023) Nandor Fodor may not work all the time, and its payoff is awfully muted, but it is also the kind of acquired taste that comes along all too seldom. In other words, this is the good kind of weird. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      Bottoms (2023) I was rooting for Bottoms to be a winning spin on the underdog tale, but the film is strong coffee from the get-go: grating and garish and loud but rarely funny. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      Hundreds of Beavers (2022) ...endlessly inventive, cleverly sampling from all kinds of sources... - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      Perpetrator (2023) The results add a dash of body horror to the shopworn coming-of-age genre. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      Big Easy Queens (2023) Sharp tongues and saturated colors can only take you so far, and while Dalton's latest effort is a decisive step up, she's still finding her way as a visual storyteller. With Queens, she comes close, but no cigar. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      Haunted Mansion (2023) Yet another Disney movie based on their Magic Kingdom dark ride will inevitably feel like kiddie fare, but considering the talent in front of and behind the camera, it didn't have to be this way. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      Talk to Me (2023) It works like gangbusters until it really doesn't. Still, there is something to be said for a near miss that leaves you somewhat intrigued for what the filmmakers will do next. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      Summoning The Spirit (2023) It's gratifying how much of it lingers in my memory. Thanks to a committed ensemble cast, an evocative location and capably staged bloodbaths, this is the kind of creature feature that gets under the fur. It puts its best Bigfoot forward. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
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      Barbie (2023) Gerwig and Baumbach lure viewers with the promise of squeaky clean pop-culture fun, all while Trojan-horsing a stranger, more complex battle of the sexes. - Pop Culture Pros
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      Oppenheimer (2023) His latest effort is too much of an endurance test, a magnum opus consumed by its quest for significance... - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Oct 02, 2023
      Psychosis (2023) Martin's chutzpah... carries “Psychosis” past its rough spots and put a big, fat stupid grin on my face. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Sep 07, 2023
      Past Lives (2023) It celebrates the people who leave an indelible mark, regardless of time and distance. What's truly astonishing is how a film this levelheaded can still break your heart into a million tiny pieces. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 15, 2023
      Sound of Freedom (2022) Reducing what could have been a potent piece to self-aggrandizing propaganda with its heart in the right place... - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 15, 2023
      Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning, Part One (2023) Cruise's latest slice of intercontinental intrigue will have you experiencing déjà vu all over again, not only because it trots out the oft-filmed scenarios, but because he stopped doing the very thing that kept the franchise on its toes. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 15, 2023
      Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (2023) You could fault the new cast members, an insufferable Waller-Bridge in particular. But no. The bulk of the blame falls squarely on James Mangold, the filmmaker who was brave, or foolhardy, enough to take the reins from Spielberg. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 15, 2023
      Of an Age (2022) Stolevski may not quite match what Richard Linklater pulled off in “Before Sunrise,” another 24-hour romance, but after crafting a dark, thorny horror film, it's invigorating to see the filmmaker's more tender side. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 03, 2023
      Will-o'-the-Wisp (2022) An unclassifiable delight, a frothy satire of monarchy and colonialism that has a lot on its plate but never forgets to be fun. Plus it's got musical numbers. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 03, 2023
      Lonesome (2022) It's a refreshingly unvarnished view of a gay man living on the margins, rendered with gusto, frank abandon and disarming optimism. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 03, 2023
      Horseplay (2022) [Berger] wants to deconstruct, not titillate... - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 03, 2023
      Asteroid City (2023) It's playful, loopy, endlessly inventive, awash in the creative approach to cinema that has been the Texan filmmaker's signature from his early work in the 1990s. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 03, 2023
      The Flash (2023) My inner comic book geek beamed, while still mindful of the film's place in the bigger picture, both for the future of its lead actor's career and the future of movies based on DC Comics. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 03, 2023
      Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (2023) Caple simply lacks the cocky bravado and 'roided-up visual panache that Bay brought to the table. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 03, 2023
      Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2023) While bigger doesn't always mean better, the larger canvas and more elaborate logistics here, in terms of narrative scope and thematic heft, make for a dazzling time at the movies for many (most?) age groups. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 03, 2023
      Chile '76 (2022) It shepherds viewers to a resolution that ought to be affecting, but because it's so tidy and airtight, fails to leave much of an impression. It leaves you thinking, not about what you saw, but about the movie that could have been. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Jul 03, 2023
      The Little Mermaid (2023) It wades into the choppy waters of the current discourse and emerges a lackluster Disney remake with the courage of its convictions. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      Beau Is Afraid (2023) Beau Is Afraid keeps pouring salt on an open wound. It revels in daring you to hate it. At least on that end, mission accomplished. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      Little Nicholas (2022) Fredon and Massoubre have crafted a touching tribute that feels lighter than air. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      Concerned Citizen (2022) First-world problems meet multicultural angst in his hot little number... - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      Cinema Sabaya (2021) It ought to be fun, a film about a group of Israeli and Arab women from different walks of life brought together to take part in a video production workshop. So how come the results feel like eating your veggies? - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      Shttl (2022) Too much of what Walter wants to accomplish feels like a stunt. You can almost hear the filmmaker say to himself, “I think I can, I think I can, I think I can.” - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      Babylon (2022) Repulsive, wretched excess... - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      Blonde (2022) Ultimately, it's de Armas who makes Blonde palatable through the rough spots. From one angle, she's made up to be the spitting image of Ms. Monroe, at least the way she looked on the red carpet or when she was ready for her close-up. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      My Policeman (2022) Dour and flavorless... - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      Nope (2022) The film ultimately spends what feels like an eternity in a climactic and rather confusing confrontation that feels elaborate but fails to ratchet up the tension. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      Elvis (2022) It also shows Luhrmann continuing to swing for the fences. His "Elvis" captures the enormity of this pop culture phenomenon, with enough chutzpah to overcome the bumps in the road. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      Cha Cha Real Smooth (2022) This life of the party needs a sterner reality check than the one he's subjected to in this near-miss of a character study. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      Good Luck to You, Leo Grande (2022) There's too much foreplay in this portrayal of repression as the enemy of fulfillment, but Leo Grande also finds wit, charm, and a seamless mix of laughs and pathos along the way. It's informed by kindness and respect. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      B-Boy Blues (2021) Patience is the key word for Smollett's engaging adaptation of James Earl Hardy's 1994 novel. That patience applies to both the film's beleaguered protagonist and the viewer. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      The Black Phone (2021) Derrickson prioritizes jump-scares and sustaining a disquieting mood over the lives of these kids. He loses himself in the technique when the real nightmare is staring him right in the face. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 30, 2023
      Polite Society (2023) This tasty snack is no black belt, but it gives your comfort-food movie cravings a decent workout. It'll do. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 17, 2023
      Carmen (2022) The sparks between Barrera and Mescal may be somewhat muted, but the stars have an easy rapport and look good together, a virtue in a movie of arresting style but limited substance. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted May 17, 2023
      The Super Mario Bros. Movie (2023) Memo to directors Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic: seeing corporate symbols go through the motions of a half-baked story isn't much fun. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Apr 20, 2023
      Path of the Panther (2023) Path of the Panther, a new nature documentary about the fight to preserve the Florida Everglades and its titular feline, never lets you forget that the clock is ticking, and time is of the essence, both in its urgency and its crisp concision. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Mar 16, 2023
      Emily (2022) With its charismatic stars, its subject's name recognition and just damn good moviemaking, it's a shame the film is flying under the radar. - MiamiArtZine
      Read More | Posted Mar 16, 2023
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