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Review: ‘Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse’ Will Dazzle You

The best animation release of 2018 doesn’t involve a former video game villain suffering from an identity crisis. It certainly doesn’t include a princess who also happens to be a great racer too. Sony Pictures Animation’s Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is not…

Movie Review: ‘Roma’ Is A Triumph Of The Human Spirit

Not very often, but sometimes a movie comes along which so profoundly moves you, that it drives the calmest of critics to find the highest mountaintop so they can shout their admiration for it. Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” is an intoxicating…

Movie Review: ‘Widows’ Will Leave Everyone Speechless

Upon first glance, “Widows” could quickly come off as just another heist movie. I’m sure to some; Viola Davis is just another actress. If you believe both of these statements, then I’m not sure we can be friends. Steve McQueen’s…

Movie Review: ‘Ralph Breaks The Internet’ And Ticket Sales

Who would have thought that one of the more cleverly written moments on screen this year would involve a video game racer and a dressing room filled with Disney’s most iconic Princesses? “Ralph Breaks The Internet” doesn’t rely so much…

Review: ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ But McCarthy Is Brilliant

There’s a reason why “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” is gaining such momentum during awards season and it begins with Melissa McCarthy. To put it bluntly her per performance is such a departure from her norm that it’s quite frankly…

Review: The Fantastic Beasts Sequel Should Be Obliviated

Not every sequel should be made. Often Hollywood refuses to acknowledge because certain segments of fans are like sheep and a drawn to any film which even remotely touches on a subject they are into. David Yates’s latest foray into…

Review: ‘Old Man and the Gun’ Provides Redford A Fitting Finale

Regardless of how one may feel about Robert Redford’s political leanings, no one can argue his place among the greatest actors of our generation. Redford’s talent is on full display in David Lowrey’s “Old Man and the Gun” and will…

Review: “‘Mid90’s” Is A Meandering Mess From Start To Finish

A24’s “Mid90s” is one of the more fascinating releases of 2018. Writer and director Jonah Hill examines the bonds formed by skaters during the rise California’s skating community. A compelling subject to explore but there comes the point where too much…

Review: ‘Beautiful Boy’ Carell Dazzles In A Career Defining Performance

More often than not, when we leave a screening, I have a pretty clear idea of where my opinion is going to fall in regards to a film. Very rarely will I walk out of a film befuddled. “Beautiful Boy”…

Review: ‘Halloween’ Resurrects Michael Myers

Director David Gordon Green and actor Danny McBride succeed where many have failed. They took one of the biggest horror franchises in the world, that had become odd and tedious, and breathed new life into the narrative. How did they…