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“Glass” won’t shatter your expectations, but it’s still fantastic

    “Glass” won’t shatter your expectations, but it’s still fantastic

I stepped out of the theater over the weekend feeling as though I was caught in a previous era of filmmaking. “Glass,” M. Night Shyamalan’s surprise sequel to “Split,” the

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“Bird Box” keeps audiences in the dark

    “Bird Box” keeps audiences in the dark

It seems in 2019, Netflix will finally lose its tug-of-war battle with Warner Brothers and Disney who are planning on making their own, respected streaming services. This is the reason

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‘Life Size 2’ disappoints but is full of nostalgia

    ‘Life Size 2’ disappoints but is full of nostalgia

Tyra Banks and friends hit the big screens again with”Life Size 2,” which premiered on Dec. 2 via Freeform. While the film wasn’t what I expected (or wanted), I enjoyed

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‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ may be formulaic, but it’s bound to rock you

    ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ may be formulaic, but it’s bound to rock you

“There’s only room in this band for one hysterical queen.” As a massive fan of the band Queen, I have been looking forward to a biopic of the band for a very

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‘Suspiria’ is proof that arthouse belongs in horror

    ‘Suspiria’ is proof that arthouse belongs in horror

“When you dance the dance of another, you make yourself in the image of its creator.” A horror renaissance is

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‘Beautiful Boy’ is an incomplete but honest look at addiction through the eyes of a father

    ‘Beautiful Boy’ is an incomplete but honest look at addiction through the eyes of a father

When I first saw the trailer for “Beautiful Boy” in late June 2018, I was immediately moved to tears and

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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

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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

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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

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‘Peppermint’ leaves viewers with a bitter taste

    ‘Peppermint’ leaves viewers with a bitter taste

“You didn’t serve the justice. I will.” Jennifer Garner deserves better. “Peppermint” tells the story of Riley North, played excellently

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