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‘Self Reliance’: Survival of the loneliest

Jake Johnson sets out on his directorial debut with his latest comedy-thriller film, “Self Reliance.” It first premiered at the South by Southwest (SXSW)...

“Priscilla” Review: Life under The King

In 1959, Priscilla Beaulieu met Elvis Presley at his house party. She was a 14-year-old ninth grader who lived the characteristic life of a...

‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ Review: An American tragedy, reexamined

Across three and a half hours, Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” recounts the wealth that oil had brought to the Osage community,...

‘Magic Mike’s Last Dance’ falls just short of its predecessors but...

The “Magic Mike” film series made its final, long-awaited return to the big screen with “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” on Feb. 10th. Initially set...

‘Infinity Pool’ reaffirms Cronenberg’s ability to explore the grotesque

Brandon Cronenberg’s second feature “Infinity Pool” sets the Canadian director up for a bright future, as he follows in the footsteps of building a...

‘Women Talking’ tackles uncomfortable questions

Upon seeing the costumes in “Women Talking,” I assumed that it was a period piece, perhaps set sometime in the 19th century. Then I...

‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ is an okay movie,...

Ever since the idea of the Multiverse was released in “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” fans of the MCU were anticipating the return of Doctor...

‘The Fallout’ is an evocative masterpiece

Director Megan Park outlines the anxiety and fear that our society has gone through in her directorial debut, “The Fallout.” The movie centers around...

How ‘Eternals’ could be the glory or downfall of the Marvel...

When audience members were introduced to the highly-anticipated cast for “Eternals,” the world went haywire. As Marvel’s most diverse cast, they made sure to...

A Glimpse into New-Western genre with ‘The Harder They Fall’

The opening sequence of "The Harder They Fall" displays the words, "While the events of this story are fictional ... These. People. Existed," and...