NOPE Review

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Is it possible to tame a predatory animal? This is one of the questions at the heart of Jordan Peele’s latest feature. Within the first five minutes, Peele’s evolution as a director

Mr. Malcolm’s List Review

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To some, the casting of this Austen-like film is reflective of the so-called “Bridgerton-effect” in which a diverse group of actors lead a period piece. Other examples include The Personal History of

Cha Cha Real Smooth Review

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Right from Sundance comes the charming and sincere Cha Cha Real Smooth from director Cooper Raiff. Raiff may be only twenty-five, but his handle on snappy dialogue, complicated relationships and tackling tricky

The Batman Review

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As “Ave Maria” begins to play, Matt Reeves boldly fills the screen with an announcement that this film is not about Bruce Wayne/Batman but The Batman – the making some sort of