Solo approximates the joy of a good Star Wars installment.
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“Why does sex have to be bad, anyway?” It’s a question Blockers struggles with throughout…
Run from an unwieldy simulation and investigate its source code instead.
A Wrinkle in Time disappoints across multiple dimensions, with L’Engle’s literary achievement and the upward…
Surprising, disorienting and, ultimately, exhausting.
Ang Lee’s film may be the most loving, fundamentally unaltered, fleshed-out translation of a prior…
In Between is fabulous, though frustrating in its limitations.
Coco’s beauty is universal and timeless.
In Egan’s capable hands, an extraordinary jewel is unearthed from all-too-familiar ground.
Because of its flaws, Batman & Robin achieves true camp.