[Review] ‘BAD BOYS FOR LIFE’ should practice some impulse control

[Review] ‘BAD BOYS FOR LIFE’ should practice some impulse control

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence re-team for a third ride in the ‘BAD BOYS’ series.

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[Interview] Bresha Webb talks craft and character in ‘A FALL FROM GRACE’

[Interview] Bresha Webb talks craft and character in ‘A FALL FROM GRACE’

Skilled comedic actress Bresha Webb returns to her dramatic roots in A FALL FROM GRACE.

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[Review] Not even Divine Intervention can help ‘THREE CHRISTS’ from being a manipulative examination of schizophrenia

[Review] Not even Divine Intervention can help ‘THREE CHRISTS’ from being a manipulative examination of schizophrenia

Travis Leamons // Film Critic THREE CHRISTS Rated R, 109 minutes.Director: Jon AvnetCast: Richard Gere, Peter Dinklage, Walton Goggins, Bradley Whitford, Charlotte Hope, Julianna Margulies , Kevin Pollak, James Monroe Iglehart , Stephen Root and Jane Alexander If you put your faith in the Lord, read from the Good Book,...

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[Fresh on 4K UHD] ‘JOKER’ has all the visual tricks to make for a quality 4K buy

[Fresh on 4K UHD] ‘JOKER’ has all the visual tricks to make for a quality 4K buy

Now that the chaos has quieted down and the film is starting to rake in awards, it seems like a perfect time to revisit it on 4K UHD.

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[Interview] Filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton spotlights heart & humanity in ‘JUST MERCY’

[Interview] Filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton spotlights heart & humanity in ‘JUST MERCY’

JUST MERCY has just as many heroes as a Marvel movie (look at the cast) – and talented filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton gets to the heart of this story.

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10 films that define the 2010s

10 films that define the 2010s

Rather than give you a list of ten favorite movies and written descriptions to explain why I enjoy them so much, I instead have created a list of ten films that I believe define the 2010s.

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[4K UHD Review] ‘GAME OF THRONES’: Season 8′ a visually stunning but loused-up conclusion

[4K UHD Review] ‘GAME OF THRONES’: Season 8′ a visually stunning but loused-up conclusion

Connor Bynum // Film Critic GAME OF THRONES: SEASON 8 On the off chance you did not use the internet at some point in 2019, the hit HBO series GAME OF THRONES finally came to an impossibly over-hyped conclusion this past spring. While fans were quite vocally critical with the...

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Pure and simple: The best films of the 2010s are tales told well

Pure and simple: The best films of the 2010s are tales told well

Preston Barta // Features Editor Wanna feel old? In 2010, Avatar ruled the box office, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were all the craze, Lost ended its six-year run, and Netflix was just jump starting its streaming service in certain regions. Oh, and Toy Story 3 came out, and now we’re on the fourth one. Not...

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A Year in Review: Top Films of 2019 (according to Preston Barta)

A Year in Review: Top Films of 2019 (according to Preston Barta)

It was a strange year for cinema, just as it was a strange year for the world. Despite all its darkness — in the form of CATS and other sorts from the bad litter — there were plenty of great films worth celebrating. Here are 15 highlights worth lauding from a year decorated with spectacular movies.

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[INTERVIEW] ‘SPIES IN DISGUISE’ aesthetics and appeal is found within the spy genre’s DNA

[INTERVIEW] ‘SPIES IN DISGUISE’ aesthetics and appeal is found within the spy genre’s DNA

There are things in SPIES IN DISGUISE you won’t see in other spy movies. We talk about them here.

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[Video interview] ‘1917’ cast, crew unpack the process of their one-shot war drama

[Video interview] ‘1917’ cast, crew unpack the process of their one-shot war drama

Preston Barta // Features Editor Opening on Christmas Day is the much-buzzed-about World War I film 1917, directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Sam Mendes (Skyfall, American Beauty). The drama, which was recently named the best film of 2019 by the members of the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, is made to appear...

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[Review] ‘LITTLE WOMEN’ – Big Triumph

[Review] ‘LITTLE WOMEN’ – Big Triumph

Director Greta Gerwig has finely crafted a sparkling, electric adaptation for a new generation.

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[Review] Sam Mendes Blazes New Paths of Glory with ‘1917’

[Review] Sam Mendes Blazes New Paths of Glory with ‘1917’

Courtney Howard // Film Critic 1917 Rated R, 110 minutes Directed by: Sam Mendes Starring: Dean-Charles Chapman, George MacKay, Andrew Scott, Benedict Cumberbatch, Richard Madden  Co-writer/ director Sam Mendes’ 1917 is a harrowing war drama full of suspense, subtlety and powerful poignancy. Though its grace notes are similar to the tonality...

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