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

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: 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: 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: The Report

Scott Z. Burns' real-life thriller takes on the CIA

'The Aeronauts' thrills at opening night of SCAD Savannah Film Fest

Tom Harper, director of the first season of Peaky Blinders, brings the same combination of gritty realism and period correctness he brought to that popular series.

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

There’s little wit, inventiveness or originality to be found anywhere in this tedious picture.

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

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.


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