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Gemini Man

By |10/20/2019|

Director Ang Lee has always been known to push boundaries in his work. Whether it be the breathtaking "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon", "Brokeback Mountain" or more recently with 2012's "Life [...]

Zombieland: Double Tap

By |10/19/2019|

Zombieland, USA, 2019. 10 years have passed since we last saw our heroes Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), Wichita (Emma Stone), and Little Rock (Abagail Breslin). In the time [...]

The Laundromat

By |10/18/2019|

Steven Soderbergh explores the true-life, largely reported Panama Papers scandal with his second feature released this year, "The Laundromat", though with a first-rate cast, the end results are very dull [...]

Lucky Day

By |10/18/2019|

As "Lucky Day" unfolds, you almost feel as if you just rented a post-Pulp Fiction 1990's spin-off movie from your local video store. Remember such titles as "Things to Do [...]

Judy

By |10/18/2019|

Indeed superior to something dull like "Bohemian Rhapsody", but also nowhere near as complex as something like "La Vie En Rose", or as innovative as Todd Haynes "I'm  Not There", [...]

The Addams Family

By |10/17/2019|

The Addams Family has existed since the late 1930s. Created to be an inversion of the ideal American family, they are depicted as a band of creepy, ghoulish people whose [...]

First Love

By |10/16/2019|

Prolific (and often provocative) auteur director Takashi Miike pulls no punches, literally, with his latest film “First Love.” At the jump we see a man’s beheading- another casualty of the [...]

Parasite

By |10/11/2019|

Bong Joon-ho returns to his homeland of South Korea, in his new film "Parasite". His audacious style and genre-driven sensibilities still reign supreme, yet this time his ideology and idealism [...]

Monos

By |10/05/2019|

"Monos", the latest South American movie to come out of Columbia is an austere, deeply abstract, and equally frustrating film that gives no answers, or barely any clarity for its [...]

Joker

By |10/03/2019|

The character of The Joker has seen countless interpretations over the character’s near 80 years of existence. First debuting in the comic “Batman #1” in 1940, the character has become [...]