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Rating Title/Year Author
8/10 Marriage Story (2019) Matthew Dougherty Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson give their all to Marriage Story, a smart exploration of the emotional intricacies of divorce and how they can rip love to shreds. EDIT
Posted Oct 11, 2019
9/10 El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (2019) David Griffin Aaron Paul delivers one of the best performances of his career, which should keep Breaking Bad's well-earned reputation as a television phenomenon alive and well for years to come. EDIT
Posted Oct 11, 2019
8/10 The Addams Family (2019) Rosie Knight Frighteningly funny and fresh, this hilarious animated treat will introduce a whole new generation to the loving and strange family whilst also pleasing those who grew up with the iconic '90s movies. EDIT
Posted Oct 10, 2019
6.9/10 Gemini Man (2019) Rosie Knight Uneven but ambitious, Ang Lee's return to the action genre isn't as good as it should be but Will Smith, Benedict Wong, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead make this weird flick an entertaining watch even with an uninspired script. EDIT
Posted Oct 10, 2019
Braindead (1992) R.L. Shaffer Paired with some truly inventive effects (especially considering the budget), plenty of blood splatter and monster mayhem, Dead Alive is cult treat that continues to deliver nearly 20 years later. EDIT
Posted Oct 4, 2019
8.6/10 Verónica (2017) Witney Seibold It's not "the scariest film of all time," but Verónica is still plenty scary, and it features some rather well-executed haunted house imagery that will certainly get under your skin. EDIT
Posted Oct 1, 2019
9.2/10 The Irishman (2019) Matthew Dougherty The master filmmaker has made an introspective, thoughtful, even somber film that manages to be just as entertaining as his classics, even while diving deep into the darkest souls and finding some semblance of a heart. EDIT
Posted Oct 1, 2019
5/10 Wrinkles the Clown (2019) Chris Tilly Wrinkles the Clown is a documentary that frequently entertains, but lacks true insight into the viral phenomenon. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2019
7/10 Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011) Phil Pirrello Studios rarely make movies like this anymore. Crazy, Stupid, Love. makes you wish that they did it more often. EDIT
Posted Sep 22, 2019
8/10 Promare (2019) Miranda Sanchez Its characters burn bright with stylish designs and fun personalities, but the action is the real scene-stealer. EDIT
Posted Sep 20, 2019
7/10 Between Two Ferns: The Movie (2019) Matt Fowler Between Two Ferns: The Movie tries to branch out but ultimately the best parts are still Galifianakis vs. the A-List. EDIT
Posted Sep 20, 2019
4.5/10 Rambo: Last Blood (2019) Witney Seibold If you've come for thoughtfulness, tragedy, character, wit, and a political statement on the effects of war -- in short, if you've come for anything that was in the original First Blood -- then perhaps you'd find solace in a different theater. EDIT
Posted Sep 18, 2019
6.8/10 Ad Astra (2019) Witney Seibold Ad Astra is grand but, rather frustratingly, it's not great. James Gray's film is a most impressive technical achievement, and the first half is exciting and flirts with profundity. The second half, however, slows to a maddeningly sluggish pace. EDIT
Posted Sep 18, 2019
6.6/10 Motherless Brooklyn (2019) Chris Tilly At times it feels less like a detective story, and more like a history lesson. But the period setting is sumptuous, and Edward Norton brings true humanity to the role of Lionel Essrog. EDIT
Posted Sep 17, 2019
9.5/10 Tigers Are Not Afraid (2017) Rafael Motamayor This is a frightening, poignant, relevant and stunningly powerful film that will scare you right before it breaks your heart. EDIT
Posted Sep 17, 2019
8.7/10 Downton Abbey (2019) David Griffin It's been four long years since series creator Jullian Fellowes said goodbye to the Crawleys on TV, but it's safe to say that he hasn't missed a beat since then, bringing all of our favorite characters back to life for a royal dinner to remember EDIT
Posted Sep 17, 2019
7.5/10 Guns Akimbo (2019) Chris Tilly Daniel Radcliffe is a likable action lead, but it's Samara Weaving who truly shines in Guns Akimbo. EDIT
Posted Sep 13, 2019
6/10 Abominable (2019) Chris Tilly A film that's all over the place. Yi is certainly a likable lead and Everest an entertaining foil, but beyond some stunning audio and visual moments, Abominable has little new to say concerning its clichéd subject. EDIT
Posted Sep 13, 2019
6.5/10 Tôkyô gûru 'S' (2019) Rosie Knight No matter what the film's flaws, Tokyo Ghoul S is unique in its attempts to create a truly singular monster movie. EDIT
Posted Sep 13, 2019
6/10 Lucy in the Sky (2019) Chris Tilly Natalie Portman excels in Lucy in the Sky, an interesting character study that suffers when mixing fact and fiction. EDIT
Posted Sep 13, 2019
6/10 Ford v Ferrari (2019) Chris Tilly There's fun to be had watching the Ford executives clash, and the driving scenes are shot with real artistry and skill, but they're interspersed with scenes of true inertia. EDIT
Posted Sep 13, 2019
8.5/10 Jojo Rabbit (2019) Chris Tilly Strikes just the right balance between comedy, tragedy, and drama, the result being a very funny WWII film that nevertheless carries an incredibly important message about the here and now. EDIT
Posted Sep 13, 2019
8/10 The Lighthouse (2019) Chris Tilly As a rumination on loneliness, desolation, and madness, The Lighthouse is filled to the brim with disturbing dialogue and haunting images that will burrow into your brain. EDIT
Posted Sep 12, 2019
8.5/10 Knives Out (2019) Chris Tilly Through clever plotting and smart sleight of hand, Johnson has crafted a whodunit that's worthy of Agatha Christie or Arthur Conan Doyle, and one that will have audiences guessing until the final few reels. EDIT
Posted Sep 11, 2019
7/10 Dolemite Is My Name (2019) Chris Tilly Eddie Murphy delivers his best performance in years in a biopic that's both hilarious, and unexpectedly touching. EDIT
Posted Sep 10, 2019
9/10 Hustlers (2019) Joi Childs With a nuanced script, standout performances, and the adrenaline of a well-executed heist, Hustlers is an entertaining ride with something meaningful to say about power and control. EDIT
Posted Sep 10, 2019
8.5/10 A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019) Joi Childs Personable, emotional, and packed with humor, A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood - and the spirit of Rogers - holds on to your heart and refuses to let go. EDIT
Posted Sep 10, 2019
High School Musical (2006) Michael Drucker Unless you have a kid under the age of seven, you'll probably find High School Musical a little too cheesy for its own good. EDIT
Posted Sep 9, 2019
9.5/10 Parasite (2019) Chris Tilly Joon-ho's film straddles multiple genres, with comedy rubbing shoulders alongside drama, thriller, and eventually horror to tell a story that's as entertaining as it is socially incendiary. EDIT
Posted Sep 9, 2019
8.5/10 Just Mercy (2019) Joi Childs There were many opportunities for Just Mercy to be bland. But it just missed that boat by staffing up with acting heavy hitters and being choiceful in how they showcase a corrupt system. EDIT
Posted Sep 9, 2019
7/10 The Goldfinch (2019) Chris Tilly Much like the painting at the centre of this tale, Theo's story both survives, and endures, despite the fragmented film's shortcomings. EDIT
Posted Sep 8, 2019
4.5/10 Nomis (2018) Tom Jorgensen It has more characters than it knows what to do with and a story that any fan of the last twenty or so years of thrillers will be able to stay ahead of at every turn. T EDIT
Posted Sep 5, 2019
7/10 It: Chapter Two (2019) Jim Vejvoda Although marred by pacing issues and some shoddy CGI, It Chapter Two still has enough creepy set-pieces and solid performances to bring the saga to an effective, albeit formulaic, conclusion. EDIT
Posted Sep 3, 2019
10/10 Joker (2019) Jim Vejvoda Joaquin Phoenix's fully committed performance and Todd Phillips' masterful albeit loose reinvention of the DC source material make Joker a film that should leave comic book fans and non-fans alike disturbed and moved in all the right ways. EDIT
Posted Aug 31, 2019
7.6/10 Ready or Not (2019) Matthew Dougherty This is an entertaining game of tension and gore with a strong funny bone, all in a well-wrapped package clearly designed with surprising thought and artistic effort with a star-making performance for Samara Weaving. EDIT
Posted Aug 22, 2019
6/10 Angel Has Fallen (2019) Joey Esposito Angel Has Fallen still can't match the fun, over-the-top, highest-stakes-possible action romp of Olympus, but does offer a fresh perspective on this world that's a little less self-important than its predecessor. EDIT
Posted Aug 21, 2019
7.5/10 Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus (2019) Matthew Dougherty The sci-fi elements are fun, the humor is wildly absurd, and the animation is breathtaking. In this case, that's enough for this return to be worth the wait. EDIT
Posted Aug 16, 2019
5/10 () Miranda Sanchez Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back - Evolution's animation is nice, but doesn't fix the original movie's biggest problems. EDIT
Posted Aug 14, 2019
6/10 The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019) Simon Thompson The whole is less than the sum of its parts, but those parts just about make the grade. Kids or a certain age will love it, and ultimately that's all that really matters here. EDIT
Posted Aug 14, 2019
8/10 Little Monsters (2019) Rosie Knight [Writer/director Abe] Forsythe has packed every minute of Little Monsters with accessible humor, heart, and Lupita Nyong'o in one of the standout roles of the year. EDIT
Posted Aug 12, 2019
9/10 Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling (2018) Matthew Dougherty Rocko's Modern Life returns to a world that left it behind, finding something poignant to say about learning to evolve. EDIT
Posted Aug 12, 2019
7.5/10 Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019) Jenna Busch "While it may be light on logic and effects, it's still a lovely story about being yourself, no matter what anyone thinks." EDIT
Posted Aug 9, 2019
5.5/10 The Kitchen (2019) Jim Vejvoda The Kitchen has a good cast and strong premise, but it never quite finds its footing and falls into gangster cliches. EDIT
Posted Aug 8, 2019
8/10 Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) Rosie Knight This likely won't satisfy hardcore horror hounds in the way they were hoping, but as a kids movie that also dedicates itself to being truly scary it both satisfies and succeeds as well as occasionally surprising. EDIT
Posted Aug 8, 2019
The Original Kings of Comedy (2000) Glen Oliver [The Original Kings of Comedy] may be a little edgy, and sometimes even a little embarrassing. But it tells it like it is, and there's something damn refreshing about that. EDIT
Posted Aug 7, 2019
() Peter Schorn The largest problem is that instead of All In, he should've called it "All the Stuff I've Recited On Leno Since My Last HBO Special." EDIT
Posted Aug 6, 2019
8/10 Robin Williams: Live on Broadway (2002) Jeremy Conrad His standup has always been funny, and this live special is a great example of exactly how hilarious the man can be when he's simply let loose without a net. EDIT
Posted Aug 6, 2019
7/10 Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) Matthew Dougherty This entry may be sloppier than some of the series' recent highs, but there's something joyful about that sloppiness. The leads are all aware of it, and they deliver the fast fury needed to rise above the film's failures. EDIT
Posted Aug 1, 2019
7/10 Lewis Black: Red, White & Screwed (2006) Michael Drucker Although he's not at his top game here, he remains one of the funniest and most powerful social satirists in America today. EDIT
Posted Jul 31, 2019
() Joey Esposito Gaffigan has a lot of specials available to stream on Netflix, all of them big on laughs, but Beyond the Pale is still a never-failing go-to. EDIT
Posted Jul 25, 2019