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It's the year 1291, and everything is about to change for young Catherine (Bella Ramsey), the spirited 14-year-old daughter of the lord and lady of the village of Stonebridge. Catherine, called Birdy …
It's 1950s in London's West End, and the uber-popular stage show of Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap" has reached a milestone with its 100th performance. Caddish American director Leo Kopernick (Adrie…
Since Quentin Tarantino, Guy Ritchie, and Robert Rodriguez and their ilk first started riddling the screen with rapid-fire dialogue to complement equally rapid-fire bullets, the quippy, self-aware ult…
Kesha (Eva Reign) is confident and beautiful and Khal (Abubakr Ali) is kind and sweet. They are two adorable high school seniors who cutely and awkwardly start full-on crushing on each other when pair…
In our previous chapter with Thor the Space Viking, director Taika Waititi (mercifully) unleashed Chris Hemsworth's untapped comedy skills, reviving the dullest Marvel series with probably the weirdes…
Nancy (the always-glorious Emma Thompson) is a recently-widowed retired schoolteacher. Leo (Daryl McCormack) is a sex worker that Nancy has hired to meet her in a nice hotel room. She makes her reques…
At the start of Downton Abbey: A New Era we are given a quick recap of what's what and who's who by actor Kevin Doyle (who plays the bumbling Moseley), reminding us what the heck has gone on most rece…
Evelyn (Michelle Yeoh) is just trying to do her taxes. Swamped in handwritten receipts for her small business--a struggling laundromat that she runs with her husband Waymond (Ke Huy Quan)--Evelyn find…
Romcoms are a special sort of comfort food, like a big bowl of caramel popcorn, a fuzzy blanket, and soft pants. The setup is totally formulaic: You know that as soon as you meet the leads, that they …
Going into the theater to see a press screening of Ghostbusters: Afterlife, I had the sudden, very-late-in-the-game realization that I have never actually seen the original beloved 1984 comedy classic…
With a name like Bingo Hell, you may not expect a clever allegory of gentrification and the fading luster of the American Dream. But this campy horror-comedy delivers its message of community sticking…
It takes no leap of the imagination to picture Hollywood remaking this film with Liam Neeson as the star. After all, this crime thriller/drama (with just enough twisted humor to make you laugh) is rea…