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Big Movies for Screens Big and Small

George Wolf George Wolf Big Movies for Screens Big and Small

Remember all those trailers from the Before Times? So many movies, just aging and collecting dust. Well, now is the time! Angelina Jolie’s big fiery adventure, Amy Adams’ Hitchcockian nightmare, Chris Rock’s horror flick and tons and tons more, all available this week. How are they? The Woman in the Window On Netflix by George […]

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Digging Deep for Movie Gems

Hope Madden Hope Madden Digging Deep for Movie Gems

Well, cinemas are open. They’re not showing any good movies at the moment – no new ones, anyway. But if your Mother’s Day weekend plans consist of lazypantsing at home and seeking cinematic entertainment, you are in luck. Wrath of Man In theaters by Hope Madden I’m not saying Jason Statham is unconvincing with a […]

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The Good, the Bad, and the Funny – Movies this Weekend

George Wolf George Wolf The Good, the Bad, and the Funny – Movies this Weekend

Damn, a lot of movies came out this week! Not all of them are good but there are some real charmers. Especially if you need a laugh. Here’s the low down. Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse On Prime by Hope Madden Michael B. Jordan is a bona fide movie star, a butts-in-seats celebrity ready to front […]

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Big Dumb Bloody Fun at the Movies

Hope Madden Hope Madden Big Dumb Bloody Fun at the Movies

There are two truly excellent films available to you this week—an Ed Helms indie dramedy and a coming-of-age film that does the impossible. Or, just go with your adolescent leanings and watch somebody finally make a movie as bloody as the video game. (Or may we interest you in some Irishmen, some pints, and a […]

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Spooky Stuff at the Movies

George Wolf George Wolf Spooky Stuff at the Movies

Pretty quiet week at the movies, but there are some solid options – especially if you like scary movies. Here’s some help figuring it out. In the Earth In theaters by Hope Madden If there’s one Ben Wheatley film people don’t seem to like, it’s 2013’s A Field in England. That film feels a lot […]

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SciFi, Monsters & Shorts Aplenty

Hope Madden Hope Madden SciFi, Monsters & Shorts Aplenty

Theaters are open, the sun is out, our couches are comfortable—I mean, how’s a person supposed to decide whether or not or where to watch a movie? That part’s up to you, but we can help you pick the best options for viewing.  Voyagers In theaters by Hope Madden If you have ever wondered what […]

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Bob F. Odenkirk and More in Movies This Week

Hope Madden Hope Madden Bob F. Odenkirk and More in Movies This Week

Sandwiched between Snyder’s Cut and King Kong’s battle with Godzilla, this week comes at us with an unusual mix of options. Some are really good. One is extremely bad. Most are fun. Here’s the low down. Nobody In theaters by Hope Madden On the surface, this film feels really familiar. Nobody was written by Derek […]

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