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      Cinema Axis

      Cinema Axis is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer® when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Courtney Small, Carolyn Mauricette, Ashlee Blackwell.

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      The Swearing Jar (2022) Courtney Small Understanding that each journey has its own mountains to overcome, MacKay’s film finds strength in our ability to persevere even when forced to take an unexpected path.
      Posted Mar 06, 2023
      I Like Movies (2022) Courtney Small Levack announces herself as a refreshing new voice in cinema. Filled with plenty of wit and genuine heart, I Like Movies is a gem of a film.
      Posted Mar 04, 2023
      Riceboy Sleeps (2022) Courtney Small A meditative and moving work, Riceboy Sleeps is an intimate story with universal appeal.
      Posted Mar 04, 2023
      Bones of Crows (2022) Courtney Small An emotionally powerful work, Bones of Crows offers the light of hope while showing how Canada’s past still darkens the present.
      Posted Mar 04, 2023
      Poor Agnes (2017) Courtney Small Ramaswaran’s film stumbles greatly as it aimlessly wanders to a laughable, rather than chilling, conclusion. While it is worth seeing purely for Burke’s performance, the film will ultimately leave viewers feeling frustrated and disappointed.
      Posted Feb 06, 2023
      M3GAN (2022) Courtney Small Johnstone’s film reveals itself to be far more self-aware and wildly entertaining than one would initially expect.
      Posted Jan 06, 2023
      Babylon (2022) Courtney Small This may be Chazelle’s love letter to Hollywood, but the envelope should be stamped return to sender.
      Posted Dec 21, 2022
      Avatar: The Way of Water (2022) Courtney Small An improvement on the original, Avatar: The Way of Water is a visually stunning film that entertains despite its flaws.
      Posted Dec 15, 2022
      Smile (2022) Courtney Small Building a horror film that feels both familiar and invigorating at the same time, Finn’s Smile delivers enough chills to satisfy.
      Posted Dec 15, 2022
      She Said (2022) Courtney Small She Said never cuts deeply into any of the meaty topics on its plate.
      Posted Nov 18, 2022
      Easter Sunday (2022) Courtney Small Despite showing that Jo Koy is more than deserving of leading man status, and offering some solid laughs, Easter Sunday never reaches its full potential.
      Posted Oct 22, 2022
      Triangle of Sadness (2022) Courtney Small For all its scathing moments Triangle of Sadness seems acutely aware that, regardless of how much feces hits the fan, deep down little will change among the rich.
      Posted Oct 07, 2022
      Hocus Pocus 2 (2022) Courtney Small Fans of the original will no doubt find several nostalgic moments to enjoy. Unfortunately, there is not enough substance in Hocus Pocus 2 to cast a lasting spell.
      Posted Sep 29, 2022
      The Woman King (2022) Courtney Small Offering complicated substance along with its spectacle, The Woman King is a thrilling film that will no doubt be a crowd-pleaser.
      Posted Sep 15, 2022
      Beast (2022) Courtney Small Despite displaying glimpses of potential, the claws on Kormákur’s Beast are rather dull.
      Posted Aug 19, 2022
      Emily the Criminal (2022) Courtney Small Continuing her string of strong performances, Plaza brings mesmerizing layers to the role.
      Posted Aug 11, 2022
      Nope (2022) Courtney Small Never quite going where you might expect, Nope is a film you will be saying yes to.
      Posted Jul 22, 2022
      Marcel the Shell with Shoes On (2021) Courtney Small Endlessly charming and touching, Marcel the Shell with Shoes On is a celebration of the connections that make our lives memorable.
      Posted Jul 01, 2022
      Minions: The Rise of Gru (2022) Courtney Small Minions: The Rise of Gru is a charming return to form for a franchise that once seemed at the end of its rope
      Posted Jun 30, 2022
      The Forgiven (2021) Courtney Small The Forgiven offers a meditative look at what it means to truly see the "other” as human beings.
      Posted Jun 30, 2022
      Scream (2022) Courtney Small Once the cool kid on the block, the Scream franchise is now stuck in a rut longing for the glory days of the past.
      Posted Apr 09, 2022
      Ashgrove (2022) Courtney Small A riveting and bold work, Ashgrove offers a unique examination of the sacrifices that can pull a relationship apart.
      Posted Mar 26, 2022
      Turning Red (2022) Courtney Small Turning Red is a delightful and heartwarming film.
      Posted Mar 08, 2022
      Scarborough (2021) Courtney Small A gripping and emotionally rich coming of age tale.
      Posted Feb 24, 2022
      Marry Me (2022) Courtney Small The genuine warmth Lopez brings to the film is infectious.
      Posted Feb 11, 2022
      The Power of the Dog (2021) Courtney Small Campion's film reveals itself to be a piercing study of toxic masculinity and the repressed desires that can fuel it.
      Posted Nov 19, 2021
      Tick, Tick... Boom! (2021) Courtney Small tick, tick..BOOM! relies heavily on one knowing what Larson will ultimately achieve once the film is done, rather than caring about what he went through prior.
      Posted Nov 16, 2021
      Passing (2021) Courtney Small Passing is a well-crafted exploration of race, obsession, and sexual repression.
      Posted Oct 30, 2021
      The French Dispatch (2021) Courtney Small The French Dispatch is a vibrant and visually playful work
      Posted Oct 22, 2021
      Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins (2021) Courtney Small While Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins is an improvement, this franchise still has a long way to go before it truly finds its footing
      Posted Oct 22, 2021
      Halloween Kills (2021) Courtney Small Halloween Kills wants to be many things, a slasher film, a tale of regret, a social commentary on a divided America, and none of it is compelling.
      Posted Oct 22, 2021
      Mass (2021) Courtney Small A powerful meditation on grief, guilt, and loss, Kranz's directorial debut is overflowing with emotion
      Posted Oct 15, 2021
      I'm Your Man (2021) Courtney Small A delightful exploration of humanity and love, I'm Your Man is a rom-com that thankfully never quite goes where you expect.
      Posted Oct 15, 2021
      Night Raiders (2021) Courtney Small Night Raiders is an electrifying and necessary work.
      Posted Oct 08, 2021
      The Rescue (2021) Courtney Small The Rescue is an exhilarating film that will have one holding their breath despite knowing the outcome.
      Posted Oct 08, 2021
      Dear Evan Hansen (2021) Courtney Small Dear Evan Hansen may carry the powerful message that "no one deserves to be forgotten," but this film is utterly forgettable.
      Posted Sep 24, 2021
      The Eyes of Tammy Faye (2021) Courtney Small Chastain's sensational performance not only brings a level of humanity to the character, but also shows that Tammy Faye was too smart to be painted this dumb.
      Posted Sep 19, 2021
      Learn To Swim (2021) Courtney Small Tommy solidifies himself as one of cinema's exciting new voices.
      Posted Sep 16, 2021
      Candyman (2021) Courtney Small Finding visually inventive ways to present its chills...DaCosta's film maintains one's interest even in its messy moments.
      Posted Aug 27, 2021
      Vacation Friends (2021) Courtney Small Vacation Friends is a film that should be left buried on a beach.
      Posted Aug 27, 2021
      Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes (2021) Courtney Small The film takes a simple premise and turns it into one of the most enjoyable features you will see this year.
      Posted Aug 07, 2021
      Annette (2021) Courtney Small Annette's mixed bag of ideas and songs does not always hit a high note, but one is consistently interested in its tune.
      Posted Aug 06, 2021
      Jungle Cruise (2021) Courtney Small Jungle Cruise is an entertaining ride even if it sails on choppy waters at times.
      Posted Jul 30, 2021
      Old (2021) Courtney Small Old feels past its expiration date before one even hits the final reveal.
      Posted Jul 23, 2021
      Pig (2021) Courtney Small Pig is a wonderfully layered film that lingers in one's mind.
      Posted Jul 16, 2021
      Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain (2021) Courtney Small Roadrunner constructs an intriguing and complicated portrait of man who was many things to many people.
      Posted Jul 15, 2021
      Black Widow (2021) Courtney Small Black Widow, much like the family at its core, is a messy affair. Although the action sequences are entertaining, the awkward dramatic beats hinder the overall flow of the film.
      Posted Jul 08, 2021
      Luca (2021) Courtney Small Young kids will eat up this film like a freshly dipped biscotti, but adults will be left with a rather disappointing aftertaste.
      Posted Jun 18, 2021
      Cruella (2021) Courtney Small As if an unspoken, but important, character in the film, Jenny Beavan's costume designs are sensational.
      Posted May 26, 2021
      The Courier (2020) Courtney Small While Cumberbatch brings us into the world of espionage, it is Ninidze's riveting turn as Penkovsky who proves to be the heart of the film.
      Posted Apr 28, 2021
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