Luck

The first film from Apple-backed Skydance Animation (the new home of ousted Pixar honcho John Lasseter), Luck is a wildly convoluted story of a comically unlucky teenage girl in foster care. She travels to the Land of Luck to help a young friend find a forever home with a new […]

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I Love My Dad

This black comedy stars Patton Oswalt as Chuck, a father who catfishes his son Franklin (James Morosini) after being cut off and feeling like he has no other way to stay in touch. Based incredibly on Morosini’s real life, it’s often cringe-inducing (obviously), especially as Franklin starts falling for the […]

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Bullet Train

Brad Pitt stars as a top-of-his-game hitman in this ultra-violent caper that plays out largely in real time on board a bullet train headed from Tokyo to Kyoto. Directed by David Leitch (‘John Wick’), it’s a mile-a-minute thriller that includes ample sprinklings of much-needed humor along with killer (ba-dum-dum) performances […]

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Wedding Season

This charming little Ron Howard-produced rom-com stars Suraj Sharma and Pallavi Sharda as a young Indian couple who fake a relationship to avoid scrutiny from their meddling relatives, and, naturally, they wind up falling for each other. There’s nothing new plot-wise here at any point, but the film still succeeds, […]

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Thirteen Lives

Director Ron Howard’s dramatization of the incredible 2018 Thai cave rescue comes hot on the heels of last fall’s superb documentary ‘The Rescue’. Here, Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, and Joel Edgerton star as the rescue divers, and it remains a harrowing, edge-of-your-seat thriller…which is quite the testament, since the whole […]

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Vengeance

Written and directed by B.J. Novak, this gritty crime drama centers on a liberal, big-city podcast host who travels to West Texas to investigate the death of a former one-night stand. It’s a funny and sharp satire mixed set against the background of a bleak, Taylor Sheridan-esque landscape and puts […]

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Honor Society

It’s not often you get a smart coming-of-age comedy with mature themes, a sophisticated script, and a genuine neck-snapping twist… but here you go. Angourie Rice stars are the fourth-wall-breaking Honor, a go-getter hell-bent on getting into Harvard. All she has to do is sabotage her other top-of-the-classmates to make […]

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Not Just a Girl

The latest in the long line of useless rock-docs that play out like a greatest hits Wikipedia entry, Not Just a Girl gives us a ho-hum Shania Twain career retrospective. Even for mild fans, there’s nothing here you didn’t already know, precious little you haven’t already heard, and only a […]

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The Gray Man

Ryan Gosling (good guy) squares off against Chris Evans (bad guy) in this spy vs. spy action flick from directors Joe and Anthony Russo (‘Avengers: Endgame’). It’s big-budget, bloody, mindless fun combining beautiful people (Ana de Armas, Regé-Jean Page, and Dhanush co-star), exotic locales (Prague, Vienna, and Château de Chantilly), […]

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Where the Crawdads Sing

Based on the bestselling novel by Delia Owen, this mystery-romance plays like a watered-down mash-up of Nicholas Sparks and John Grisham. Yes, Daisy Edgar-Jones turns in a fine performance as Kya, the so-called Marsh Girl, who raises herself in a North Carolina swamp and finds herself accused of murder, but […]

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