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PLUS ONE Review

Plus One finds the heart and hilarity in taking on the chaotic onslaught of wedding season with cringey glee.

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DOUBLE IMPACT Blu-ray Review

While 1991’s Double Impact may not be his most critical or commercially successful title, its release helped cement Van Damme as a bona fide action star.

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TRAPPED ALIVE Arrow Blu-ray Review

If you’re in the market for some intense ’80s camp, then look no further than the largely unknown little thriller Trapped Alive (originally titled Forever Mine) from 1988, now on Arrow Video Blu-ray.

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DARK PHOENIX Review

Despite the promise of a fiery conclusion with Dark Phoenix, it instead fizzles out with no gas left in the tank.

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RONDO Review

Promising sex, murder and revenge, Drew Barnhardt’s Rondo, I can say, does indeed deliver on those three things. How well those three things are executed, however, is an entirely different matter.

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MA Review

Octavia Spencer is great as Ma. As a movie, MA is not good.

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BFF 2019: #LIKE Review

#Like is a well intentioned thriller that plays with themes we’ve seen many times over in recent years but lacks a cohesive structure to convey the weight in which it intends.

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THE PERFECTION Review

The Perfection could inspire a meme called “Netflix and recoil,” and that’s mostly a good thing.

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FAMOUS Review

Famous is an intense criticism of the entertainment industry, full of creative technical brilliance.

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LONG LOST Review

The main point of interest in Long Lost cannot be talked about, but the meandering journey to the film's destination makes it well worth it.

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POKÉMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU Review

With plenty of fan service, Detective Pikachu is a fun romp that will no doubt appeal to both kids who are just discovering Pokemon now with the more recent games and older folks like me who remember trying to “catch ’ em all” (though I never did).