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‘A Star Is Born’ reminds audiences of what they’ve been missing

    ‘A Star Is Born’ reminds audiences of what they’ve been missing

The 2018 release of “A Star Is Born” reminds audiences of the magical experience going to the theatre is supposed to be. The film brings to life the age-old tale

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‘Assassination Nation’ displays proper representation of feminine rage

    ‘Assassination Nation’ displays proper representation of feminine rage

“I’m not a bitch, I’m a feminist.” “Assassination Nation” is the bastard son of “The Purge” who was raised by twisted “Mean Girls” and got simultaneously abused by “Heathers.” Chaos

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‘A Simple Favor’ is the twisty, trashy murder mystery we all needed

    ‘A Simple Favor’ is the twisty, trashy murder mystery we all needed

“Oh, you don’t want to be friends with me. Trust me.”  When Emily asks her best friend Stephanie for a “simple favor” to pick her kid up from school, things

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‘The Nun’ is more creepy than terrifying — and that’s great

    ‘The Nun’ is more creepy than terrifying — and that’s great

The last decade saw what many avid horror enthusiasts would consider to be a bunch of films that were largely unoriginal, ridiculous, CG-filled and just flat-out not scary. “The Conjuring”

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‘The Little Stranger’ leaves audiences estranged to good scares and storytelling

    ‘The Little Stranger’ leaves audiences estranged to good scares and storytelling

I will admit something to all of you before I begin this review: “The Little Stranger” is going to be

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‘The Happytime Murders’ is failed potential

    ‘The Happytime Murders’ is failed potential

“The Happytime Murders” follows puppet Phil Philips, who is a disgraced detective turned-private eye, and cop Connie Edwards (played by

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‘To All the Boys I’ve Ever Loved Before’ is much more than just another teen movie

    ‘To All the Boys I’ve Ever Loved Before’ is much more than just another teen movie

It’s been a while since romantic comedies have dominated the film sphere, but Netflix appears to be slowly bringing them

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‘BlacKkKlansman’ gives America the reality check it needed

    ‘BlacKkKlansman’ gives America the reality check it needed

From visionary filmmaker Spike Lee comes the incredible true story of an American hero. Will the real Ron Stallworth please

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‘Father of the Year’ lands flat with predictable plot

    ‘Father of the Year’ lands flat with predictable plot

The only thing good about David Spade’s latest role in “Father of the Year” was his wig – and even

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‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’ is a deceptively clever sequel

    ‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’ is a deceptively clever sequel

For 22 years, Tom Cruise has been headlining the “Mission Impossible” films. With six now to his name, one wonders

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