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Pixar Again Earns Your Tears With “Onward”

If there’s one thing you can bank on when it comes to Pixar, it’s emotion. No matter the story that they’re telling, the animation experts will seek to bring you to tears. It’s one of the reasons why they’ve become the industry leader in making films that, while aimed at[...]

“Mulan” And “A Quiet Place Part II”: Films To See In March

Welcome to the third month of the year, ladies and gentlemen. Yes, we’ve somehow already made it to March! As I’ve said in the past, this is a month where we sometimes can get a preview of the summer movie season. We’ve actually got an intriguing mix of items here.[...]

Box Office Report For February 28-March 1

Welcome back one and all to the weekly box office report! As is always the case, each and every Sunday you can expect a look at what made the most money in theaters, as well as just how all of the new releases fared. This week, we have a rather[...]

“All The Bright Places” Is Another Incredibly Touching Effort From Brett Haley

What a wonderful surprise this film is! Rather under the radar, Netflix has released one of the better movies of 2020 so far with All the Bright Places, a tremendously effective and mature adaptation of the Young Adult novel of the same name. YA titles can often pull their punches[...]

César Awards Give Best Film To “Les Misérables”

Yesterday, the César Awards, France’s equivalent to the Oscars, were handed out. Taking the top prize, in somewhat of a surprise, was Les Misérables from Ladj Ly. Clearly a top contender for the award, it faced stiff competition from An Officer and a Spy, as well as especially from Portrait[...]

The Well Intentioned “Burden” Can’t Find The Proper Path

More than two years after its debut at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, Burden has finally come to theaters. After a surprisingly long wait, especially considering how the movie took home an award at Sundance, has it been worth the wait? Well, that’s a complicated questions. At times, the film[...]

Teaser For “The Eddy” Brings Damien Chazelle To Netflix

Hot on the heels of the first two episodes of the show playing at the Berlin International Film Festival, Netflix has dropped a Teaser Trailer for The Eddy, Damien Chazelle’s upcoming limited series. Starring André Holland, Chazelle is bringing his love of jazz to the small screen, easily representing one[...]

“Disappearance At Clifton Hill” Is A Noir Drenched In A Menacing Mood

A sense of dread permeates every frame of Disappearance at Clifton Hill, a noir type tale that evokes an hypnotic mood from start to finish. Now, this isn’t your traditional film noir, trafficking in cliches and men gritting their teeth. No, this has a female centric true north, making the[...]

First Trailer Drops For Jordan Peele’s Take On “Candyman”

Earlier today, a Trailer was releases for a new Candyman, making this property the latest in a long line to get sequels long after the prior installment. Normally, this would only get passing notice and seem like a shameless money grab. However, there’s a mitigating factor here, which is that[...]

“Guns Akimbo” Fetishizes Violence To A Disturbing Degree

Violent movies are nothing new to cinema. In fact, when done well, there’s an undeniably visceral thrill to seeing unspeakable acts in real life perpetrated in film. Video games have made a literal fortune with this sort of content, be it any number of shooting games, the Grand Theft Auto[...]