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It’s rare to see a film that deals with the ways a religious conversion affects a family.
The West is a wild place, even when it’s bathed in pseudo-Technicolor glory.
Widows is a straight up heist/revenge flick featuring a cavalcade of famous faces in scenery-chewing roles and more twists than a state fair taffy pulling machine.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, falters. The first half of the movie is a motivation-less mess that cannot be overcome by the more focused and engaging second half. Hopefully the series w
The original meaning for the term, liturgy (a term often used to refer to worship practices of faith communities) described the work of the people for the good of the people. It was such a treat to wi
First Man considers Neil Armstrong in the 1960s and the events of his life from the toddler-aged death of his daughter up to his famous
At its core, writer/director Jacques Audiard’s American West is a lonely place where no one fits, and the only option men and women have for carving out a niche for themselves is to do so chopping int
A Simple Favor is somewhat uneven. The comedic elements sometimes—but not always!—feel too broad, and the suspense is a little—but not entirely!—strained. All the pieces, even the annoying ones, do ma