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  • Review: The Irishman
  • Review: The Irishman

      The Irishman often plays like a “Greatest Hits” compilation of moments from such Scorsese offerings as GoodFellas and Casino.
  • Review: Queen & Slim
  • Review: Queen & Slim

      Just as Thelma & Louise was firmly rooted in Americana, so too is Queen & Slim, offering peeks at various facets of society as the two fugitives travel across different state lines in an attempt to free themselves from this nightmare.
  • Review: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
  • Review: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

      Hanks is excellent as the saintly icon, and whenever he’s off the screen (which is a lot), we miss him fiercely and are forced to resign ourselves to yet another standard drama about a guy with daddy issues.
  • Review: Ford v Ferrari
  • Review: Ford v Ferrari

      The true-life story behind Ford v Ferrari is such a natural for the screen that it’s not surprising Hollywood had been eyeing it for at least a decade.
  • Review: Joker
  • Review: Joker

      Joker is exceedingly well-crafted, but the impressive technical achievements count for little in a movie that’s aimless and unfocused in its trendy nihilism.
  • Review: Rambo: Last Blood
  • Review: Rambo: Last Blood

      There’s little wit, inventiveness or originality to be found anywhere in this tedious picture.
  • Review: Downton Abbey
  • Review: Downton Abbey

      After a typically hyperactive summer season, Downton Abbey will prove to be just the soothing nightcap sought by many moviegoers eager for something that’s all talk and no action.
  • Review: Ad Astra
  • Review: Ad Astra

      It’s a bold piece and unapologetically so, and it ultimately makes the likes of Gravity look like an episode of The Jetsons by comparison.
  • Summer Movie Wrap
  • Summer Movie Wrap

      If Rami Malek can win an Oscar as Freddie Mercury, then Taron Egerton should at least get nominated for his dazzling turn as Elton John.
  • Review: The Peanut Butter Falcon
  • Review: The Peanut Butter Falcon

      The Peanut Butter Falcon is neither condescending nor cloying, and its greatest strength rests in the relationship between Zak and Tyler.
  • Review: Good Boys
  • Review: Good Boys

      The only folks who have any reason to be angry are those who earlier caught the film’s red-band trailer, which idiotically included the very last scene of the film.
  • Review: Dora and The Lost City of Gold
  • Review: Dora and The Lost City of Gold

      What makes Dora and the Lost City of Gold so appealing is the characterization of its heroine as a perpetually chipper, never-say-die sort, with Isabela Moner irresistible in the part.

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