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Rating Title/Year Author
3/4 Bad Hair (2020) Johnny Oleksinski Praise, Rip Taylor! Camp is alive and well. EDIT
Posted Oct 29, 2020
3.5/4 The True Adventures of Wolfboy (2019) Johnny Oleksinski It's the Martell show... and the major talent finds a lot of nuance in his angsty rebellion even when wearing a ton of makeup. EDIT
Posted Oct 29, 2020
3/4 His House (2020) Johnny Oleksinski Throughout, Dirisu and Mosaku enliven a fascinating character study. EDIT
Posted Oct 29, 2020
2/4 Come Play (2020) Johnny Oleksinski Hate surprises? Have I got the movie for you! EDIT
Posted Oct 28, 2020
() Perceval F. Reniers Miss Claire has unquestionably piquant appeal and the picture is generally well made. EDIT
Posted Oct 26, 2020
() New York Post Staff Few pictures, if any, have contained as many exciting moments and spectacular scenes as this, and there seemed to be no limit to the daring of Lieut. Locklear, who, besides his skill as an aviator, shows ability as a screen actor. EDIT
Posted Oct 22, 2020
2/4 Rebecca (2020) Johnny Oleksinski Hammer and James don't sell any specific tone. EDIT
Posted Oct 22, 2020
3/4 Over the Moon (2020) Johnny Oleksinski Longtime Disney animator Glen Keane's film goes for the heart rather than the mind, where Pixar has planted its flag for decades. EDIT
Posted Oct 22, 2020
1/4 Roald Dahl's The Witches (2020) Johnny Oleksinski There is no peril, there is zero allure and the effects are anything but special. EDIT
Posted Oct 22, 2020
() New York Post Staff Wallace Reid, as an automobile "speed" fiend breezes through amusing predicaments in his usual nonchalant manner. EDIT
Posted Oct 21, 2020
3/4 Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (2020) Johnny Oleksinski What hasn't changed a bit is Baron Cohen's escaped-from-the-asylum performance, and Borat is still one of the most lovable and abhorrent characters ever. EDIT
Posted Oct 21, 2020
() Perceval F. Reniers In film form, the farce note is struck immediately, with Roscoe Arbuckle blubbering as a one-year-old, and it is fairly well sustained throughout. EDIT
Posted Oct 20, 2020
Cabiria (1914) New York Post Staff It should be said that the pictures have been most carefully thought out, and that there is none of the crudity and bad taste which have marred many earlier picture-spectacles. EDIT
Posted Oct 16, 2020
4/4 The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020) Johnny Oleksinski Sorkin, who's unmatched in his ability to write debates and speeches, manages to freshen up those old benches, robes and gavels. EDIT
Posted Oct 15, 2020
2/4 The Kid Detective (2020) Johnny Oleksinski Laughter and enjoyment is stifled by the constant question of whether we're allowed to laugh or enjoy anything at all. EDIT
Posted Oct 15, 2020
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919) Perceval F. Reniers The two main elements -- story and setting -- are completely attuned in mood, and therein the artists have succeed in their experiment. EDIT
Posted Oct 14, 2020
The Golem (1920) Perceval F. Reniers Wegener is the Golem, and he is uncanny in the suggestion of the supernatural in his face and movements. EDIT
Posted Oct 13, 2020
2/4 The War With Grandpa (2020) Johnny Oleksinski Who knew a dodgeball game between Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken, Cheech Marin, Jane Seymour and a bunch of rowdy kids could be so bland? EDIT
Posted Oct 9, 2020
() J. Ranken Towse An unusual film is The Ghost of Slumber Mountain, presented by Herbert M. Dawley, in which a wonderful technique [sets] animals of the prehistoric age in remarkably lifelike action. EDIT
Posted Oct 8, 2020
Faust (1926) Wilella Waldorf It can be said without exaggeration that each individual scene in this production is in itself a perfect picture. EDIT
Posted Oct 7, 2020
3/4 Hubie Halloween (2020) Johnny Oleksinski "Hubie Halloween" is not Sandler's prophesied film apocalypse. In fact, it's one of the guy's better straight-up comedies in quite a few years. EDIT
Posted Oct 7, 2020
Old Ironsides (1926) Archer Winsten Mr. Cruze, in his usual sweeping fashion, has turned out a picture that is big, cheerful, and decidedly thrilling. EDIT
Posted Oct 6, 2020
Potemkin (1925) Wilella Waldorf Potemkin tells, with a good deal of striking detail and with considerable pictorial effectiveness, a stern narrative of mutiny and revolt. EDIT
Posted Oct 6, 2020
The Cat and the Canary (1927) Wilella Waldorf Mr. Leni has screened this ordinary melodrama in so masterly a fashion as to place it among the productions which must been seen by any one interested in moving pictures. EDIT
Posted Oct 6, 2020
1.5/4 2067 (2020) Johnny Oleksinski It could really use Joan Rivers as a wise-cracking robot. EDIT
Posted Oct 1, 2020
That Royle Girl (1925) Wilella Waldorf All this, to be sure, hardly sounds like material for a D.W. Griffith photoplay, but the evidence Is quite indisputable. EDIT
Posted Sep 29, 2020
3/4 The Last Shift (2020) Johnny Oleksinski It's a low-key rest-stop story that appreciates life's banalities and the struggles of ordinary people. EDIT
Posted Sep 24, 2020
2/4 The Artist's Wife (2019) Johnny Oleksinski The final scene leaves you thinking: For a film about a woman recovering her lost identity, it doesn't really have much of its own. EDIT
Posted Sep 24, 2020
4/4 On the Rocks (2020) Johnny Oleksinski In the pantheon of perfect Bill Murray roles - "Caddyshack," "Groundhog Day," "Lost In Translation" - his smooth-talking character in the new comedy "On The Rocks" ranks as one of the best. EDIT
Posted Sep 24, 2020
1/4 Secret Society of Second Born Royals (2020) Johnny Oleksinski If you're going to make a superhero movie today, you gotta have a budget. "Secret Society," perhaps, had Microsoft Paint. EDIT
Posted Sep 23, 2020
After Midnight (1927) Wilella Waldorf Miss Shearer, possessed of more charm and ability than most Hollywood stars, seems doomed to play in productions which do not merit the attention. EDIT
Posted Sep 23, 2020
Breakfast at Sunrise (1927) Wilella Waldorf Breakfast At Sunrise is only moderately entertaining movie matter, far below the previous standard of both Miss Talmadge and Mr. St. Clair. EDIT
Posted Sep 22, 2020
The Living Dead Man (1926) Wilella Waldorf Though it is somewhat too long and a trifle tiresome at times there is a mad humor about the film which makes it worth seeing. EDIT
Posted Sep 22, 2020
Crainquebille (1922) Wilella Waldorf Always delightful. EDIT
Posted Sep 22, 2020
Quality Street (1927) Wilella Waldorf A delightful affair, beautifully directed by Sidney Franklin and acted by a cast more than competently -- with the exception of Miss Davies herself. EDIT
Posted Sep 22, 2020
Hands Up (1926) Wilella Waldorf It is a program comedy that is better and certainly much funnier than most such comedies. EDIT
Posted Sep 22, 2020
The Sea Beast (1926) Wilella Waldorf Some vigorous plying of scissors to the tasteless areas and The Sea Beast could be made into a better-than-average-program picture. EDIT
Posted Sep 22, 2020
() Wilella Waldorf A refreshing picture which dares to laugh at movies in general. EDIT
Posted Sep 22, 2020
What Price Glory? (1926) Wilella Waldorf Creditable, entertaining, often picturesque, if you will, but not a gripping, vital piece of work. EDIT
Posted Sep 22, 2020
Man, Woman and Sin (1927) Wilella Waldorf Man, Woman And Sin is a thoughtful, intelligent story of youthful disillusionment told entirely in terms of pictures by a director of imagination and skill. EDIT
Posted Sep 21, 2020
Road to Yesterday (2015) Wilella Waldorf The Road to Yesterday is not, probably, the stupidest picture we ever saw, but it is, nevertheless, very, very dull, and well-nigh unintelligible as well. EDIT
Posted Sep 21, 2020
Barbed Wire (1927) Wilella Waldorf Miss Negri's performance throughout the picture Is unusually good, and the work of Clive Brook as the German prisoner is likewise impressive. EDIT
Posted Sep 21, 2020
Beau Geste (1926) Wilella Waldorf For these scenes In the desert alone Beau Geste is worth a visit to the [theater]. It is good entertainment. EDIT
Posted Sep 21, 2020
The Sorrows of Satan (1926) Wilella Waldorf All this is undoubtedly effective as far as it goes. EDIT
Posted Sep 21, 2020
Moana (1926) Wilella Waldorf [Moana] appears for all the world like a somewhat glorified travel film, longer and undoubtedly more beautiful than most, but not, surely, deserving quite all of the lavish praise which has, from time to time, been showered upon it. EDIT
Posted Sep 21, 2020
() Wilella Waldorf Sophisticated comedy it is, and well done, too, in every department. EDIT
Posted Sep 21, 2020
Behind the Front (1926) Wilella Waldorf If we must have Beery-Hatton comedy, let us hereafter have Beery-Hatton comedy which does not seem merely a faint, useless burlesque of another film. EDIT
Posted Sep 21, 2020
() New York Post Staff The honors of the production belongs to tho actors. Without Ronald Colman, Vilma Banky and Wyndham Standing it Is doubtful if The Dark Angel would be anything but just another tearful motion picture about the war. EDIT
Posted Sep 18, 2020
3/4 Antebellum (2020) Johnny Oleksinski Despite some issues, this Janelle Monáe film is a breathless watch. EDIT
Posted Sep 17, 2020
2.5/4 The Devil All the Time (2020) Johnny Oleksinski Holland, who has been so refreshing as Spider-Man, gets his first opportunity to prove he can act without the help of $150 million of webs and whistles. He can. EDIT
Posted Sep 17, 2020