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What is more terrifying? The fact that technology traces almost every aspect of one's daily life so that it is almost impossible to truly disappear? Or the fact that even with all of the shared techno…
Allison (Florence Pugh) is a young woman who has it all. We meet her at her own engagement party, full of adoring multi-cultural friends who cheer her as she sings a song at the piano for her adoring …
A young French woman who calls herself "Freddie" travels to Seoul on a whim for the first time, saying she's just there for a couple weeks, you know, to see "everything". This comes as a surprise to s…
I'm not sure what a great Whitney Houston movie would look like. Like so many before, she was an extremely talented and massively successful artist whose drug abuse ended up destroying her at too youn…
Li Mu Bai (Chow Yun-Fat) is a martial arts master, but he is tired and wants to live a quiet life. Deciding to give up his sword, Green Destiny, Li Mu Bai requests that his devoted friend Shu Lien (Mi…
You can never accuse Toni Collette of not bringing it to every performance. We learn in the opening scene of the 8-part true-crime drama The Staircase that Collette's Kathleen Peterson has been found …
I loathe films such as The Banshees Of Inisherin. Oh, I love a good tragedy; I'm a sucker for 'em. But a senseless tragedy? Feck that. Isn't life full enough of that already? Granted, Banshees has …
It doesn't bode well for Babylon that one of the earliest shots in the film is a "git on in there" view of an elephant explosively pooping right onto the camera lens. I guess that isn't much worse tha…
Ellis (Jeremy Pope), a sweet 20-something gay Black man with a dimpled smile, whiles away his days at an urban homeless shelter. While watching TV one evening, he sees images of post-9/11 troops in ba…
The parental figures in The Fabelmans are apparently based squarely on director Steven Spielberg's own mom and dad. In their idyllic 1950s home, mom Mitzi (Michelle Williams) is the artistic free spir…
Harry Styles as an actor (so far, at least) is the type where you want to give him the benefit of the doubt, because (bless his heart) he's a cutie and is taking on interesting roles. Unlike the gossi…
If you have any sense of U.S. history, you'll watch Till with an impending sense of doom. Emmett Till was a 14-year-old boy from Chicago that was lynched in a small Mississippi town while visiting his…