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Superhero/Alien warfare comes home!
While it does make for a mindlessly fun two hours, Ant-Man and the Wasp fails to capture any memorable magic in their first outing together.
This sequel falls just short of incredible.
Ari Aster, Director of Hereditary, sits down and discusses his Sundance screening.
To put it simply, Hereditary is going down as a horror classic.
With a script short on depth, SOLO manages to present a story that entertains
We got the bigger, louder, funnier movie that we’ve been promised, but is it really "more"?
Black Panther continues to be a rich offering on physical form and here are five reasons why you’ve got to own this Blu-Ray.
Storytelling is in top form in Jean-Simon Chartier’s latest documentary offering, Playing Hard.
The Cleaners is a masterfully executed look into one of the most important conversations of our time, content moderation.
Infinity War beautifully packs a decades worth of entertainment into a two hour treat
An important documentary that feels like it would be better presented as a smaller portion.
John Krasinski's “A Quiet Place” displays an understanding of cinema far beyond the body of work he has to represent himself.
For the first time, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about something.
Thor: Ragnarok takes popcorn over substance, but it's really good popcorn.
The brilliantly crafted 78/52 is more than just the careful deconstruction of a scene.
Fresh and full of wit homecoming is the definitive Spider-Man experience
A Lifetime movie that had marketing potential, and nothing more.
Give a great director a strong script and magic will happen. Wonder Woman is that magic.