Saturday, October 24, 2020

trip to greece

Streaming Movie Review: “The Trip to Greece”

If it weren’t for unnecessary sequels, we likely wouldn’t need multiplexes. They are the tentpoles that continue to prop up Hollywood’s...
movie

Commentary: It’s Too Soon to Write Movie Theaters’ Epitaphs

Since the time of nickelodeons, the gold standard of movies has been public exhibition—strangers gathered in a darkened room to become...
netflix

Stream These: New Netflix, Prime, Hulu Movies for May 2020

Theaters are still shuttered, but America’s streaming providers are still flooding us with a deluge of brand-new content. Here are this...
the infiltrators

Movie Review: Broward-set Docudrama “The Infiltrators” Opens in Digital Theaters Today

Broward County may be the setting of the new docudrama “The Infiltrators,” opening in digital cinemas today, but it’s not the...
movies

Stream These: New Netflix, Prime, Hulu Movies in April

We assume that, like us, you’ve settled into a routine of television overconsumption. Luckily, we are never in want of options. Here...
movies

On-Demand Movie Review: “Never Rarely Sometimes Always”

“Never Rarely Sometimes Always,” a film with a cumbersome—but, as viewers will discover, profound, title—is an admittedly joyless odyssey through the bumpy byways...
stream

Stream These: Top Netflix, Prime Titles This Month

COVID-19’s effect on the movie theater industry was already palpable last weekend, when cases of the virus were comparatively minimal. While most movie...
downhill

“Downhill” an Apt Title for Disappointing Dark Comedy

The Stauntons, the nuclear family that unravels before our eyes in “Downhill,” are nothing if not familiar. We first meet husband Pete (Will...
the rhythm section

Film Review: “The Rhythm Section”

It takes about an hour for “The Rhythm Section,” a languid spy thriller starring Blake Lively, to finally come alive. It...
films

Top 10 Films of 2019

Twenty-nineteen was another powerful year for world cinema, if not an entirely compelling one for American films—hence the fact that six...
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