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To put it simply, Hereditary is going down as a horror classic.
Overly ambitious to a fault
With a script short on depth, SOLO manages to present a story that entertains
A stylish comedy thriller with more style than thrills.
We got the bigger, louder, funnier movie that we’ve been promised, but is it really "more"?
Gabrielle Union is the hero we need
Infinity War beautifully packs a decades worth of entertainment into a two hour treat
Amy Schumer returns for the PG-13 crowd.
Thursday nights in Shondaland will never be the same
Way better than you'd think!
John Krasinski's “A Quiet Place” displays an understanding of cinema far beyond the body of work he has to represent himself.
A tiring exercise in hyper-conventionality
Pacific Rim Uprising is a big, dumb and very fun summer blockbuster here to usher in the spring.
Alicia Vikander brings depth and vulnerability to an iconic female bad ass
Montreal director Darren Curtis creates something familiar yet special in his first solo feature Boost, nominated for 5 Canadian Screen Awards.
Thoroughbreds races with talent both in front and behind the camera to deliver one of the best films of the year.
A moving coming of age story that makes up for any faults the film may have
Brett Gelman can't save this forgettable comedy.
Annihilation is a difficult and beautiful near-classic
Mom and Dad is that gift you don’t recognize you need or even want until you get it.
Mina Shum's latest is quite funny and surprisingly poignant.