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Ari Aster cements his horror legacy with Midsommar
Marvel's latest is forgettable fun and a missed opportunity
A Hollywood fueled mess that drops the ball on it's promise.
Chapter 3 gives us more of the goods, but lacks the frame to hold it together.
A mixed but enjoyable bag for long time fans and the family.
Particularly for Toronto viewers interested in the future of cities, Push is required viewing.
Knock Down the House delivers a thoroughly engaging and entertaining ride through a less seen side of American politics.
The NFL has a problem, and a few courageous women are here to expose it to us all.
The Corporate Coup D’Etat succeeds the most when it focuses on the victims, and not the prognosticators.
A modest but effective addition to films exploring the 2008 financial crisis.
Although it treads lightly, this Lightfoot doc is worth a watch.
Hope Frozen is curious, heart-breaking, and a bit eerie.
What you'll find is both intriguing and visually stunning.
When the original film is essential viewing for your remake you have a clear problem.
M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass is half meh, half amazing.
McKay has made the angriest, silliest, and most divisive film of 2018
This animated gem brings us something greater than “Homecoming” ever did