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It’s a Nazi movie for the whole family (kind of).
In Jojo Rabbit, a 10-year-old self-professed Nazi in the Hitler Youth program during World War 2 gets the shock of his life when he discovers that his mother is hiding a Jew in their house. When you’re such a huge fan of ...
 
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Aga Muhlach and Alice Dixson star in this unconventional thriller.
The capital of Greenland is mostly covered in ice and receives sunlight only four hours a day, making it the ideal setting for Nuuk, a chilling, suspenseful, out-of-the-box love story.Unlike other Filipino films that employ scenic overseas locations as come-ons to watch ...
 
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The movie is the absolutely perfect depiction of one of the most beloved fictional worlds ever.
Adapting a video game to a live action film is tricky business. Any sense of gravitas will always be undermined or offset by the idea that the story is based on a video game. At best, it can be a fun romp ...
 
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With his follow-up to Get Out, Peele is proving he's becoming our generation's great horror auteur.
There's a lot of talk lately about "elevated horror," a new term to describe a genre that is often critically maligned for its use of the macabre, the grotesque, a shameless penchant for blood and guts and jump-scares. This sort of thing happens to ...
 
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Captain Marvel is made for your daughters, your wife, and a new generation of (deliberately female) fans, and you should still watch it.
Captain Marvel star Brie Larson famously said that she didn’t need a 40-year-old white dude to tell her what didn’t work about A Wrinkle in Time. That film wasn’t made for him, she explained, saying that she wanted to know what it ...
 
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Starring Sandra Bullock and directed by Susanne Bier, this thriller isn't afraid to have heart.
One of the greatest episodes of the Twilight Zone, back in 1986, began with an episode entitled "Need To Know." In it, a government agent is sent to investigate an outbreak of insanity in a small town. We find out later that ...
 
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With a special shoutout to Amber Heard as Mera.
Aquaman is the lamest superhero. For the longest time, the king of Atlantis has been the butt of superhero jokes. He swims, he talks to fish, and he’s pretty useless out of water. But for a short while in the 90’s, under ...
 
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Audiences may be surprised to find that Rudyard Kipling did not write singing animals into his book.
There aren’t many people out there who grew up with Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book instead of, say, Harry Potter, and we’re all the poorer for it. Kipling is a literary giant for good reason: He was a great storyteller, both in ...
 
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Hufflepuffs should rejoice at the representation of the oddball hero of the story.
The trouble with making a movie adaptation of a book is that, oftentimes, it’s very nearly impossible to fit the entire story in the course of the film. Little details get left out, characters don’t get as much development, and entire chunks ...
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