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‘News of the World’ Film Review (2020)

News of the World offers up audiences a chance to see a side of Tom Hanks that no one has ever seen…. literally. Hanks stars in the first western of his…

‘Enola Holmes’ Film Review

Enola Holmes is not only a fantastic adaptation of Nancy Springer’s YA series but an excellent film for the entire family. The film asks what if a liberal-leaning mother influenced the…

‘Bill and Ted Face the Music’ Movie Review

Bill and Ted Face The Music is a joy-filled nostalgia trip that will leave everyone smiling. Nothing is surprising during this third installment of the two most excellent dudes seeking to…

‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’ Movie Review

Armando Iannucci has spent most of his career creating characters who embrace cruelty. While some feel it’s off-putting to continually in this realm, most think that he’s a realist. Iannucci…

Review: ‘Greyhound’

Greyhound’s sleek narrative and relentless intensity create a beautiful reminder of the bravery our armed forces exhibit daily. For nearly every combat mission or battle fought, there are almost three times…

Review: ‘Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga’

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga is the most ridiculous yet most necessary film of 2020. In a world filled with news about pandemics and racial strife, what better…

Review: ‘1917’ Is Technically Unmatched

1917 is technically heads and shoulders above and release in 2019. If Oscars were given for just pure filmmaking, cinematography, and sound design then Sam Mendes’s latest film would win them…

Review: ‘Richard Jewell’ and The Horrors of “Fake News”

Richard Jewell offers audiences one of the more gripping looks at sensationalism and what is deemed now as “fake news.” It’s easy to dismiss a narrative like just a well written…

Review: ‘The Two Popes’ Pitch Perfect Performances

The Two Popes is a fantastic film that examines a subtle yet noticeable split within the Catholic Church. Anthony Hopkins (who plays Pope Benedict) and Johnathan Pryce (who plays Pope Francis)…

Review: ‘Uncut Gems’ Is Sandler At His Best

Uncut Gems is an example of why casting is so damn important. There was a time when Sacha Baron Cohen was attached to the film, and after seeing the latest from…