Review: The new Joaquin Phoenix “Joker” is like no other
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Review: The new Joaquin Phoenix “Joker” is like no other

Out of the five actors to play the Joker, Joaquin Phoenix’s portrayal is the scariest…

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Review: The unlikely protagonists in “Villains” save the day
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Review: The unlikely protagonists in “Villains” save the day

This review contains spoilers. Being the bad guy is not so bad when there is…

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Review: Mild sequel syndrome doesn’t stop “IT Chapter 2” from finishing what it started

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Review: Mild sequel syndrome doesn’t stop “IT Chapter 2” from finishing what it started

Have you seen that eye thing Bill Skarsgård does? Skarsgård and his eye trick are…

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Review: leave the kids at home when you go see “Good Boys”
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Review: leave the kids at home when you go see “Good Boys”

There is something wonderful about kids screaming expletives. The childish innocence in the delivery of…

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Review: you might leave before “Midsommar” ends
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Review: you might leave before “Midsommar” ends

Back in theatres is the director’s cut of Ari Aster’s second full-length feature film “Midsommar.” …

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The Perfect Date: the poor man’s lesson on being imperfect
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The Perfect Date: the poor man’s lesson on being imperfect

Teen romcoms aren’t really designed to earn critical accolades, and this film can reassure you…

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