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Something for Everyone in Theaters This Week

Hope Madden Hope Madden Something for Everyone in Theaters This Week

What are you looking for? Documentary? Mob flick? Scary movie? Family fare? Theaters have all of it and more this weekend, so the only task left is to pick through the options. That’s where we come in. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Hope Madden Was there a story you heard as a […]

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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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QT’s Mash Note to Hollywood in Theaters

Hope Madden Hope Madden QT’s Mash Note to Hollywood in Theaters

During blockbuster summer season it’s not uncommon to see a weekend with just one major release. It is uncommon, however, when the studios bow out to a competitor that’s R-rated — normally a family-friendly film will open against it, assuming they can share the audience. But I guess everybody’s afraid of Quentin Tarantino, whose Once […]

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Loads of Movies This Weekend

George Wolf George Wolf Loads of Movies This Weekend

This represents that deep breath week between Spider-Man: Far from Home and Lion King. That means there are a blue million movies, most of them smaller, none of them hoping to do MCU or Disney numbers, opening this week. Some of them are terrible. Some are not. Here is the skinny. Stuber by Hope Madden […]

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Baby Boomer Juke Box Continues at the Movies

George Wolf George Wolf Baby Boomer Juke Box Continues at the Movies

And the classic hits just keep coming! But, if you are tired of old time rock and roll but you are not tired of living dolls, can we interest you a different kind of toy story? A handful of decent options in theaters this week. Yesterday by George Wolf Hey, baby boomers (yes, my hand […]

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Misbehaving X-Men, Pets & Lovers in Theaters

George Wolf George Wolf Misbehaving X-Men, Pets & Lovers in Theaters

Well, the blockbusters range from mediocre to poor, but there is one indie you need to check out. Here’s the skinny. Dark Phoenix by Hope Madden and George Wolf Hey, remember back in ’06 when director Brett Ratner and writer Simon Kinberg crashed the X-Men franchise into oblivion by telling the story of how the […]

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No Spoiler Captain Marvel and More in Theaters

George Wolf George Wolf No Spoiler Captain Marvel and More in Theaters

Blockbuster season kicks off early this year with a very solid new super friend. An absolutely brilliant peek into our past, creepy Irish horror (just in time for St. Paddy!), and an entirely forgettable story about trying not to remember stuff round out the options. Captain Marvel by Hope Madden and George Wolf We had […]

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