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Is “Bad Times at the El Royale” Worth Your Time?

With its classic soul soundtrack and neon-drenched, retro stylings, Bad Times at the El Royale follows the course of one fateful night sometime in the …


“First Man” Takes Off, but Has Trouble on Reentry

Damien Chazelle’s First Man has quite the stunning lift-off and landing for this biopic on Neil Armstrong — played by the always solid Ryan Gosling. …


Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga Shine Bright in “A Star is Born”

The hype for A Star is Born out of the Venice and Toronto film festivals made the release of the new Bradley Cooper and Lady …

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“If Beale Street Could Talk” is a Worthy Follow-Up to “Moonlight”

As soon as Boris Gardner’s “Every N****r Is a Star” washes over the first frames of Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight you are struck by the empathy, …


“I Am Not a Witch” is a Profound Allegorical Masterpiece

There is something deeply disturbing about the visually captivating and abundant ribbons tethering the women in Rungano Nyoni’s I Am Not a Witch. The film …

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Trailer Park Thursday: “Tyrel” and “Halloween”

How do you prepare for the inevitable? For some, it’s stockpiling weapons, and for others, it’s trying to find the bottom of a bottle. The …

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“Assassination Nation” Hits Close to Home

Drawing as much from Larry Clark, Harmony Korine, and Catherine Hardwicke as it does from Heathers and the Purge saga, Assassination Nation is an intense …


Is “Mandy” Shallow Gore or Artsy Pulp?

In his young career, director Panos Cosmatos has gained a reputation for making aesthetically rich, fever dream films. Mandy, his follow-up to 2010s Beyond the …


“The Sisters Brothers” You Want to Know

Jacques Audiard’s new film, The Sisters Brothers, is a series of firsts for the Palme d’Or-winning Parisian director: It’s his first English language film, his …


Trailer Park Thursday: “Captain Marvel” and “Mary Poppins Returns”

What do Captain Marvel and Mary Poppins have in common? They’re both super-capable women at the top of their profession, who also happen to have …

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