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      Rating Title | Year Author Quote
      2.5/4
      Unhinged (2020) J. Don Birnam Wildly entertaining story with a lead actor maybe playing himself, if you're into gratuitous violence and lazy social commentary.
      Posted Aug 20, 2020
      3/4
      A Thousand Cuts (2020) Shane Slater In doing so, "A Thousand Cuts" is a fascinating - and at times, horrifying - demonstration of the power of social media.
      Posted Aug 10, 2020
      3/4
      The Planters (2019) Joseph Braverman "The Planters" represents a stunning feat of auteur announcement.
      Posted Aug 03, 2020
      2.5/4
      Shine Your Eyes (2020) Shane Slater While it succeeds in its macro-level ethnography and a palpable sense of place, Shine Your Eyes falters in telling its central story.
      Posted Jul 28, 2020
      2.5/4
      The Knight Before Christmas (2019) Audrey Fox It's a perfectly acceptable contribution to the developing Netflix Christmas romance genre.
      Posted Jul 08, 2020
      3/5
      The Last Time You Had Fun (2014) Michael Balderston A funny ride through the streets of Los Angeles that goes down easy.
      Posted Jun 11, 2020
      2.5/4
      Hemingway & Gellhorn (2012) Joseph Braverman With a more aesthetically-capable filmmaker at the helm and a stronger script to work with, we may have seen a sleeker, more polished film with a deeper understanding of Hemingway and his intellect.
      Posted May 29, 2020
      4/4
      Call Me Kuchu (2012) Joseph Braverman If more documentaries were filmed like Call Me Kuchu, the genre could return to its roots of educating and mobilizing viewers instead of simply entertaining them.
      Posted May 28, 2020
      3/4
      Sweet Thing (2020) Joey Magidson A relatively traditional independent cinema story is raised up by a look that suggests a true timelessness.
      Posted May 21, 2020
      Night Warning (1981) Kristen Lopez A kooky little 80s movie worth seeking out if you want to know what William Asher was directing during the decade.
      Posted May 21, 2020
      3.5/4
      Falling (2020) Toni Gonzales "Falling" is both a story about a trying child/parent relationship, and it's a film that you should watch.
      Posted May 20, 2020
      3.5/4
      Asia (2020) Joey Magidson As far as intimate dramas go, "Asia" is really top-notch. Never content to go for an easy emotional beat, every single moment feels real.
      Posted May 19, 2020
      2.5/4
      12 Hour Shift (2020) Joey Magidson "12 Hour Shift" is a comedy, but there aren't any jokes. The premise sets up humorous moments without following through.
      Posted May 15, 2020
      3/4
      Bull (2019) Joseph Braverman Rob Morgan has always been a gifted character actor, but here Silverstein gives him the opportunity to show how formidable he is at shepherding the narrative.
      Posted May 14, 2020
      3.5/4
      Pray Away (2020) Joey Magidson "Pray Away" may well break your heart. At the very least, it should enrage you. Conversion therapy is a cancer.
      Posted May 12, 2020
      2.5/4
      Una (2016) Mark Johnson I'd seek out the film if you are a big fan of [Rooney] Mara, but otherwise, it is a tough watch that leaves you questioning the intent of the movie in the first place.
      Posted May 11, 2020
      3/4
      Lorelei (2020) Joey Magidson "Lorelei," a moving character study, has Jena Malone's best character to play, as well as her best performance, in years.
      Posted May 11, 2020
      2.5/4
      Banksy: Most Wanted (2020) Joey Magidson A far cry from "Exit Through the Gift Shop" and its award-worthy ways, "Banksy Most Wanted" has only sporadic moments of life.
      Posted May 11, 2020
      The State of Texas vs. Melissa (2020) Courtney Howard This plays like a horror movie for anyone who isn't a white, wealthy man.
      Posted May 07, 2020
      1.5/4
      Lovesick (2014) Kristen Lopez Lovesick plays fast and loose with the term, and it never finds that balance where love becomes sick.
      Posted May 06, 2020
      3/4
      (undefined) Joey Magidson "Call Your Mother" is a tribute to the family matriarchs who shaped untold numbers of comedians.
      Posted May 06, 2020
      1.5/4
      Holy Motors (2012) Michal Oleszczyk Sadly it appears Holy Motors' core audience is something of a niche that does not include any who haven't yet sold their entire soul to the art de cinéma.
      Posted Apr 29, 2020
      3/4
      Trolls World Tour (2020) Joseph Braverman "Trolls World Tour" recognizes America's problematic music past and isn't afraid to expose the truth while delivering heartfelt lessons.
      Posted Apr 27, 2020
      4/4
      We Don't Deserve Dogs (2020) Courtney Howard The filmmakers' dogged determination to showcase man's best friend as mankind's savior pays off as an essential experience.
      Posted Mar 31, 2020
      Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) Terence Johnson This is a movie that's expressly built for children, but it had enough nostalgia, visual wonder, and a fun performance by Jim Carey that it manages to elevate past that.
      Posted Mar 25, 2020
      3/4
      Big Time Adolescence (2019) Matthew Passantino What's refreshing about Jason Orley's "Big Time Adolescence," is the way he brings characters to the screen and infuses them with honesty, even if we've seen their journey in other films before.
      Posted Mar 18, 2020
      3.5/4
      Onward (2020) Karen M. Peterson The colors are pretty and the scenery is fun, but most importantly, this is one of Pixar's most effectively emotional projects.
      Posted Mar 09, 2020
      3.5/4
      Extra Ordinary (2019) Karen M. Peterson This is the kind of movie that will hold up well on repeat viewings as we find new bits we missed the first time or three.
      Posted Mar 09, 2020
      4/4
      The Way Back (2020) Joey Magidson Ben Affleck has rarely been better than in "The Way Back." Tapping into his personal demons, he gives a haunting performance that deserves to be honored at the end of 2020.
      Posted Mar 04, 2020
      3.5/4
      Wendy (2020) Karen M. Peterson Behn Zeitlin has a Terrence Malick-like gift of turning beautiful images into powerful, emotional experiences.
      Posted Feb 28, 2020
      2.5/4
      EMMA. (2020) Karen M. Peterson A very pretty movie, but Anya Taylor-Joy's Emma Woodhouse is aloof and cold rather than happy and frivolous.
      Posted Feb 21, 2020
      3/4
      Impractical Jokers: The Movie (2020) Joey Magidson "Impractical Jokers: The Movie" will certainly play best to fans of the show. However, the comedy won't be lost on anyone, since friends ribbing each other is universal fun.
      Posted Feb 21, 2020
      3/4
      To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (2020) Christopher James Right away To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You puts us at ease. It's going to be more of the same optimism and sweetness we got from the first breakout hit.
      Posted Feb 20, 2020
      2.5/4
      Fan Girl (2015) Jack Moulton Scott Adsit is the highlight of the familiar faces as the overenthusiastic film teacher. Maybe watch it for these guys, but otherwise it's skippable.
      Posted Feb 10, 2020
      4/4
      Promising Young Woman (2020) Karen M. Peterson Promising Young Woman is surprising and subversive, and a cathartic experience for women.
      Posted Feb 06, 2020
      1/4
      The Last Thing He Wanted (2020) Karen M. Peterson It feels like large chunks of the story are simply missing, as though someone went in and deleted all the connective scenes that would make it make sense.
      Posted Feb 06, 2020
      4/4
      Minari (2020) Karen M. Peterson A quiet, steady journey, lovingly crafted.
      Posted Feb 06, 2020
      3.5/4
      Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (2020) Karen M. Peterson "...violent, brutal, unrelenting. And yet it is colorful and bright, a celebration of girl power."
      Posted Feb 06, 2020
      3/4
      Weathering With You (2019) Christopher James There's beauty in the design and the optimistic nature of the piece. Unfortunately, it doesn't quite stick its ambitious landing.
      Posted Jan 13, 2020
      2/4
      The Truth (2019) Christopher James We've seen squabbles of the rich and high maintenance dramatized with more specificity and care. The Truth merely exists to give Catherine Denueve a runway to ACT, in all caps.
      Posted Jan 13, 2020
      3/4
      The Kingmaker (2019) Christopher James Even with repeated beats, The Kingmaker still begs to be watched. What it lacks in focus it makes up in personality.
      Posted Jan 13, 2020
      3/4
      Little Women (2019) Karen M. Peterson Greta Gerwig's Little Women is mostly lovely and a decent interpretation for a new generation of girls and boys to discover Alcott's world.
      Posted Jan 01, 2020
      3/4
      Togo (2019) Christopher James "Togo" features some genuinely exciting and tense sequences. Director and Cinematographer Ericson Core certainly knows how to stage a journey through the snow.
      Posted Dec 30, 2019
      2/4
      Bombshell (2019) Karen M. Peterson Bombshell settles for being voyeuristic when it could have been smart and powerful. It is a missed opportunity.
      Posted Dec 26, 2019
      2/4
      Mob Town (2019) Matthew Passantino The most frustrating aspect is the film's final act. The movie took its time mounting Croswell's case only to rush the finale.
      Posted Dec 12, 2019
      3/4
      The Assistant (2019) Clayton Davis Power is a tool that can always be referenced when citing these individuals, but what "The Assistant" does brilliantly is that it does not allow the ones who surrounded the monster to break away unscathed and untarnished.
      Posted Dec 12, 2019
      3.5/4
      High Flying Bird (2019) Alan French When High Flying Bird works, it is masterful. It should remind audiences why Steven Soderbergh remains a must-watch director every time out.
      Posted Dec 11, 2019
      3/4
      Les misérables (2019) Shane Slater The tensions are always simmering under the surface, aided by an intimate filmmaking style that feels as immediate as real time and as authentic as documentary.
      Posted Dec 09, 2019
      3/4
      Lady and the Tramp (2019) Karen M. Peterson Lady and the Tramp doesn't need to exist any more than any other Disney live-action (or photoreal) remake does. But if they are going to make them anyway, it would be nice if more of them would do what this one does.
      Posted Nov 30, 2019
      3.5/4
      Richard Jewell (2019) Karen M. Peterson A welcome respite from the decreasing quality of Clint Eastwood's recent filmography.
      Posted Nov 30, 2019
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