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Anya Taylor-Joy and Johnny Flynn star in this lush romance. [Read More]
Some kids just can't leave room for Jesus in this divine examination of shame, desire, and religion, the debut feature from Obvious Child co-writer Karen Maine. [Read More]
The manifold failures of the Trump administration's pandemic response are put in sobering perspective by Alex Gibney's Totally Under Control. This doc isn't ripped from... [Read More]
Alicia Witt and Andrew Walker team-up for a pitch perfect Hallmark Christmas movie. [Read More]
Tiffany Haddish gets into the holiday spirit as producer of this new Lifetime Christmas movie. [Read More]
WARNING: There will be no hair puns in this review. [Read More]
The most surprising thing about this series isn't the part about a man getting himself thrown into prison. And that's a good thing. [Read More]
It's got all you want from this type of show: swords, shields, schtups. [Read More]
This movie wishes it existed in the same category as Fifty Shades and Twilight. ... [Read More]
"I believe that I am built for the apocalypse. Which, by the way, we're in." [Read More]
Anya Taylor-Joy stars as young chess prodigy Beth Harmon in the first screen adaptation of the 1983 novel. [Read More]
This movie's charms won't be lost in translation. [Read More]
…but doesn't quite reach them. [Read More]
Bruuuuuuce contemplates his mortality (and promotes his new record). [Read More]
Sacha Baron Cohen brings back his loveable, misogynistic, anti-Semitic oaf to lampoon the Trump era. [Read More]
Yes, it gets worse than rubbery pepper steak accompanied by Guys and Dolls. [Read More]
We need to talk about Anne Hathaway's accent! [Read More]
"Close elections can be stolen." (AAAAAGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHGHGHGHHH) [Read More]
Bad Idea Jeans commercial: Hey, should we remake Hitchcock? [Read More]
Daniel Mays and Jason Watkins also star in this true-life story of a serial killer that preyed on homeless young men in early-'80s London. [Read More]
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