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The story arc of Civil War is super-simple: A carload of war journalists (led by a weary, haunted Kirsten Dunst) needs to get from point A to point B so they can interview the leader of one side of th…
From the mood-setting opening scene featuring Charles Dance's guilt-ridden priest getting an efficient, bloody comeuppance, I felt like my face went through a progressive range of emotions during The …
Part of the fun of the latest reboots of Godzilla and friends (starting with Gareth Edwards' 2014 film) has been the surprising earnestness despite the outrageous premise: There have always been giant…
I love the setup of Late Night With the Devil. Portrayed as a solemn, late-70s contemporary documentary, the film's POV uses "original footage" of a long-lost episode of late night TV that caused sho…
Lou (Kristen Stewart) is bored at her literally shitty job, stuck cleaning clogged toilets yet again at the gym she manages. The place reeks of sweat and self-absorption, where body builders peddle st…
Now, I've never heard of the Adventure Racing World Championship, but in our world of reality games where people push themselves to physical, gastronomical, and romantic extremes in order to win money…
The Coen Brothers, even with their occasional misfires, are a magic moviemaking duo. But in Ethan Coen's solo directorial debut, adapting a screenplay by his wife Tricia Cooke, he is sorely missing hi…
Made with full support of Bob Marley's family, One Love shimmers with love and adoration toward the reggae icon who left the world too soon. But if you don't know much about the superstar who left an …
The Zone of Interest is a movie of the mundane. A seemingly happy family, a comfortably upper-middle class couple with a passel of kids, live in a nice modern house with a lovely garden. He goes to wo…
Ridley Scott's take on France's tiniest tyrant is a head-scratching epic that intersperses fantastic battle scenes with a bizarre lead performance by Joaquin Phoenix as the dictator. Never trying to h…
Casey Affleck is so good at portraying a sort of world weariness, the type that looks like it will make you buckle and fall to your knees on a bad day. As Donnie Emerson, he’s a guy that has made a ca…