“In early 1980,” says the opening card to Cannibal Apocalypse Redux, . . .
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This is the kind of oddity – deceptive title and . . .
At first, it might seem clever for Bloodshot to feature Guy Pearce . . .
You have to respect how hard The Hunt works to keep viewers . . .
Apple+ TV originally developed The Banker as their Oscars bid, but . . .
The simmering resentment of keyboard warriors has become office warfare . . .
“You’re America’s sweetheart,” declares Jean Seberg’s agent at the start . . .
Hollywood will never be so woke that it’ll give up . . .
The Boy played a pretty great prank on the public back . . .
The plot synopsis comes early in Ordinary Love, as worried wife . . .
The writing and directing team behind 2014’s Goodnight Mommy step up to . . .
There’s a long history of important songs being tucked away . . .
People of a certain age will recall that the ABC . . .
There is no specific photograph of note involved in the . . .
The biggest flaw to 2014’s Force Majeure is properly addressed in the . . .
The trailer for The Assistant is a triumph in marketing. Julia Garner . . .
Every frame’s a painting in Portrait of a Lady on Fire – . . .
No movie was more unjustly ignored by the Oscars this . . .
The girl finally gets top billing in Gretel & Hansel, but . . .
It’s a somber cartoon cavalcade with this year’s selection of . . .
Hollywood exiles unite for a proper Nicolas Cage comeback – . . .
There are two quagmires captured in The Last Full Measure: covering both . . .
DreamWorks has already screwed up a remake of 1963’s The Haunting, . . .
The opening of Clemency features a prison execution where Warden Bernadine Williams . . .
Nobody was expecting The Babys back in 1976 – except . . .
The original Mad Max was set in the late 1990s, but Les Misérables – . . .
As a fitful franchise’s third entry over 25 years, there’s . . .
Pop music has probably created more sicko incels than the . . .