Belfast Review – Branagh Manages Restraint When Most Forgivable

There are some films that have to be nearly perfect to be any good at all, and Kenneth Branagh has found himself on the wrong side of that fact...

Mass Review – Grief Anti-Counseling Film Equally Flawed And Amazing

Fran Kranz' Mass is a film that is going to have critics going after each other for its various choices, and its ability to deliver anything substantive within its...

Finch Review – Tom Hanks On His Own All Over Again

Sci-Fi films that attempt to cram a lot of "real life" into bizarre, often impossible, circumstances aren't rare, in fact, it's mostly the point of the genre, but efforts...

Dune Review – Nearly Fanatical Adaptation Still Requires Book

With the release of Dune, audiences now have two efforts adapting giants of the sci-fi genre, and the theories behind these adaptations could not be on further ends of...

The Green Knight Review – Blu-Ray

David Lowery is among the strangest directors working today and in all the best ways such a statement can be taken. He turns out efforts many wouldn't dare, takes...

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