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Fandor Reviews “Sicario: Day of the Soldado”

Sicario: Day of the Soldado is not an easy film to review. Nor is it an easy film to enjoy, recommend, or find necessary for …


“Leave No Trace” Leaves Its Mark

The term “leave no trace” refers to the ethical code of the outdoors, which is about minimizing the impact on the environment: Respect the surrounding …


Jurassic World: Fallen Franchise

Where to start with the mess that is Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom? How does one enjoy a film when the main component to keeping the …


“Three Identical Strangers” Worth Knowing

Tim Wardle’s new documentary, Three Identical Strangers, details the kind of premise most non-fiction filmmakers can only dream of encountering. A young man begins his first …


Weekend Movie Guide: June 15-17

Happy Friday! An R-rated comedy about a beloved childhood game, the next chapter in a beloved, family-friendly superhero saga, a much-delayed mafia movie, and a …


How Super is “Incredibles 2?”

Fans of The Incredibles have been waiting almost fifteen years for a sequel. In that time we’ve had three Cars movies (for some inexplicable reason), …


Trailer Park Thursday: “Serenity” and “Bad Times at the El Royale”

What is the job of a movie trailer? If you watched enough of them, you might think it was to offer viewers a “CliffsNotes” version …


Checking in at “Hotel Artemis”

Keanu Reeves finds a way to be at the center of movies that ignite stylistic universes. He did it with The Matrix, and, more recently, …


Weekend Movie Guide: June 8-10

As weekends at the box office go, this is a pretty great one: From one of the year’s most-anticipated documentaries to an audacious franchise game-changer …

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“Hereditary” is a Family Drama Disguised as Horror

The enormous hype surrounding Hereditary since it played at Sundance is absolutely justified—but only if audiences know what they are getting themselves into. This isn’t …

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