Review: Florence Foster Jenkins - You’ve Never Sounded Better

Florence Foster Jenkins is a biographic dramedy, based on the life of a New York socialite, during wartime in 1944. Florence has always dreamed of becoming an opera singer. Her biggest goal? To perform at Carnegie Hall. But there are complications. Florence has delusions of grandeur, but more importantly, she...
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Review: Look Who's Back Offers Disturbing Satire

Look Who's Back, original German title "Er Ist Wieder Da", combines unscripted man-on-the-street performance, a drama plot, and traditional mockumentary in a darkly funny comment on modern political sentiments. In 2014, Adolf Hitler inexplicably wakes up on the site of his former bunker, and begins his exploration of the new...
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Suicide Squad: A Gritty World In Vibrant Color

There's no use mincing words - Suicide Squad has undeniably found itself the subject of a thorough critical hammering. And don't get me wrong - some of the criticism is warranted, especially if we're talking about editing and pacing, but the film as a whole is charming more often than not, and...
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Review: Jason Bourne Features Old Spy, New World

Jason Bourne has been gone for nine years, and Jason Bourne does a good job making you feel it. Bourne’s inner torment and fatigue since the end of The Bourne Ultimatum expose themselves immediately through his underground bare-knuckle brawls and world-weary performance, until, yet again, circumstances around him pull him back into a fight...
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