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Movies Galore – Most of Them Good!

Hope Madden Hope Madden Movies Galore – Most of Them Good!

What a weird week! One big movie (and not a disappointment, either), orbited by like 50 little flicks. The thing is, they’re basically all good. Nice! The Invisible Man by Hope Madden and George Wolf Leigh Whannell likes him some mad science. Two years ago the Saw and Insidious writer found his footing as a […]

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Wintry Mix in Theaters

Hope Madden Hope Madden Wintry Mix in Theaters

There is a lot of snow onscreen this week. Whether it’s the Alaskan wilderness and some CGI hounds, the stark holiday hellscape of The Lodge, or romance at the winter Olympics, it’s chillier onscreen than off this weekend. There are a couple of reasons to brave the cold, though. Let’s discuss. The Call of the […]

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Spoiler Free Rise of Skywalker Plus Bombshell, Cats and Hidden Life

George Wolf George Wolf Spoiler Free Rise of Skywalker Plus Bombshell, Cats and Hidden Life

Is The Rise of Skywalker a fitting capper to the latest Star Wars saga? Is Cats as bad as it looks? Does Bombshell‘s entire cast look as eerily similar to their real life counterparts as Charlize Theron does? How’s Terrence Malick’s latest?  We have all the answers! Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker by George […]

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Eastwood, The Rock, Some Popes and a Dictator Walk Into the Movies

George Wolf George Wolf Eastwood, The Rock, Some Popes and a Dictator Walk Into the Movies

What do you want to do while we wait for Star Wars? Here are a couple of ideas. Jumanji: The Next Level by George Wolf Recent box office totals have sent a pretty clear message: if you want a butts-in-seats reboot, you gotta come with a strong new hook. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle got […]

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Big Bald Men and Little Lies in Theaters

George Wolf George Wolf Big Bald Men and Little Lies in Theaters

It’s August, which means Hollywood will cross is fingers and hope audiences will still want to see those films it didn’t deem entirely likely for summer blockbuster status. Luckily, strategic indie releases get a little more attention because of the weaker (though certainly muscular) mainstream movies. The Farewell by George Wolf Caught in a lie […]

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Geriatric Cheerleaders, Satanic Temples, and Other Weirdness in Theaters

Hope Madden Hope Madden Geriatric Cheerleaders, Satanic Temples, and Other Weirdness in Theaters

Man, there are a lot of movies opening this weekend. None really has a shot at unseating Endgame for the top spot, although Keanu and his dog might be eyeballing that seat for next week. In the meantime, though, studios and indies alike are taking a chance at capturing your imagination. Mostly they fail, but […]

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There’s a Movie for Everybody This Week

Hope Madden Hope Madden There’s a Movie for Everybody This Week

Whether you’re up for the best DC flick in years — and one you can share with your kids, even! — or a scare, or a history lesson (or two, or three), you will find something to watch in the plethora of new movies available in theaters this week. Here’s a quick run down. Shazam! […]

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