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Film Reviews

Hell No

There’s great movies, good movies, and bad movies. Somewhere in been good and bad is junk food cinema, which you probably call a “guilty...

Public Access

In less than a month, I will have my Master’s in Library Science — a degree that will let me explore preservation as well...

Shazam!: Superbig

They finally got it. After years of tepid reviews from critics and grumbling from fans, the decision-makers at DC Comics and Warner Bros. finally...

Us: We Have Met the Enemy

Like Stephen King, Jordan Peele is a master at setting up an aggressively normal world and then introducing details that are further and further...

Gloria in Excelsis

This Sebastián Lelio doesn’t let the moss gather. The Chilean director has now put out four films made in three countries in a span...

Climax: Dance Dance Execution

If you don’t read another word of my review of Climax, just click on the video screen below: https://youtu.be/9n-6A6bPBA0 That’s awesome. It comes near the beginning...

Furie: Oh, Ngô!

Martial-arts films have been a financial mainstay and a source of pride for the movie industries of China and Japan. More recently, South Korea,...

Captain Marvel: 2 Legit 2 Quit

Thirteen months ago, Black Panther arrived in our theaters weighed down with hopes and expectations, and it met those in a style worthy of...

Everybody Knows: Desaparecida

So, the next great Spanish-language filmmaker is Iranian. I’ve seen weirder things in my time. Iran’s not a good place to be a filmmaker...

Greta: Stalk of the Town

The odd, flawed thriller Greta is the latest chapter in Isabelle Huppert’s strange career in English. She is deservedly a giant in her native...