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Ghostbusting, Oscar Baiting, Documenting and More

George Wolf George Wolf Ghostbusting, Oscar Baiting, Documenting and More

What are you looking for? A spectral bit of nostalgia? Will Smith’s latest bid for Oscar? Maybe a musical? Maybe a documentary? Maybe an apocalyptic fable? Done. Some are better than others, though, so let us run you through it before you choose. Ghostbusters: Afterlife In theaters by George Wolf Have you tried to branch […]

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Oscar Contenders Hit Big Screens and Small

Hope Madden Hope Madden Oscar Contenders Hit Big Screens and Small

One massive misfire, two black and white powerhouses, a hometown haunting, two compelling indies, and one really bad shark movie. Now that is variety. Which one is on your radar?  Belfast In theaters by Hope Madden and George Wolf As an actor, Kenneth Branagh can be very ALL CAPS. As a director, he’s harder to […]

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Princesses, Superheroes and Regular Old Folks in Theaters

George Wolf George Wolf Princesses, Superheroes and Regular Old Folks in Theaters

An award-worthy turn from Kristin Stewart and a superhero movie from Chloe Zhao – not what a lot of people might have expected early in their careers. But here we are. And that’s not all, because Jim Cummings returns with another whip-smart film that says no one plays a man on the verge of a […]

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Spooky Stuff & More in Theaters and Home Entertainment

Hope Madden Hope Madden Spooky Stuff & More in Theaters and Home Entertainment

Three of the most awaited films from the Before Times — Last Night in Soho, The French Dispatch and Antlers — finally make it to CBUS screens. How are they? And what else is there to watch if you’re still not quite ready to get back to theaters? We have the skinny here! Last Night […]

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Dune, Star-Studded Western & Loads of Indies

Hope Madden Hope Madden Dune, Star-Studded Western & Loads of Indies

Director Denis Villeneuve returns to the big, big screen (and the small one) with a gorgeous movie. Well, a gorgeous half a movie. But for the same time commitment you can watch Idris Elba cowboy up with Regina King, Jonathan Majors, LaKeith Stanfield, Delroy Lindo, Zazie Beetz and more people far too cool for school. […]

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Halloween Kills, The Last Duel & a Boatload of Solid Indies

George Wolf George Wolf Halloween Kills, The Last Duel & a Boatload of Solid Indies

The middle child of the modern Halloween trilogy arrives this weekend, as does a noteworthy dive into the history of toxic masculinity. You’ll also find a handful of outstanding indie dramas and a few solid spooky season options on screens big and small. Here’s the skinny. The Last Duel In theaters by George Wolf and Hope Madden […]

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Bond & Movies for Spooky Season

Hope Madden Hope Madden Bond & Movies for Spooky Season

It’s here. We’ve waited the whole damn pandemic for Daniel Craig’s final Bond film, and it finally arrives. Of course, for a lot of us, 007 marks a quick sidetrack from the main staple of October viewing — it is spooky season, after all. There’s plenty to choose from if you are celebrating. Here’s the […]

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