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2021-12-02T23:00:34
Silent Night Gifts Audiences With a Depressingly Dark Christmas Comedy
As committed as Camille Griffin's Silent Night is to its unpleasant concept, it's still a mess of jarring tonal shifts and shrill characters.
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2021-12-02T08:00:25
The Advent Calendar Rings In a Chilling Fairy Tale For the Holiday Season
Shudder's The Advent Calendar pushes horror fans to question just how much they'd sacrifice to receive what their heart desires most.
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2021-12-02T00:30:47
Encounter Turns an Intriguing Sci-Fi Premise Into Dull Drama
Many thrillers have effectively played with fantastical events that may or may not be real, but Encounter loses that balance early into its runtime.
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2021-12-02T00:00:30
Benedetta Daringly Mixes Religion With Sexuality - And It Works
Director Paul Verhoeven plays up the salacious elements while also offering an incisive (if unsubtle) critique of church hypocrisy.
Anime
2021-11-28T21:00:38
SAO Progressive: Aria of a Starless Night Is a Beautiful Franchise Addition
Sword Art Online Progressive: Aria of a Starless Night, the film reboot of the anime's famous Aincrad arc, breathes new life into the original story.
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2021-11-23T22:31:08
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City Bites Off More Than It Can Chew
While Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City brings the scares and fidelity to the franchise's video game series, it aims to do too much at once.
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2021-11-23T00:30:44
The Humans Successfully Infuses a Family Thanksgiving With Existential Dread
The Humans is an uncomfortable viewing experience that only gets more disquieting, even when seemingly nothing upsetting is happening onscreen.
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2021-11-20T03:01:29
Bruised Lands Like a Sports Movie Cliché - But Halle Berry Brings a Fighting Spirit
There's nothing new in Bruised, a story filled with sports-movie cliches, but it shows that Berry's potential as a director is promising.
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2021-11-17T04:30:59
Ghostbusters: Afterlife Tries to Be The Force Awakens, But Fails Its Landing
A litany of unnecessary fan service and a bloated plot hinder an otherwise fun adventure story that dives into the Ghostbusters' legacy.
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2021-11-16T03:00:44
Blumhouse's A House on the Bayou Tells an Uneven & Heartbreaking Story
Blumhouse's A House on the Bayou suffers from a lackluster script; however, Angela Sarafyan elevates the horror film with a strong performance.
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2021-11-16T01:00:56
Encanto Will Charm the Whole Family & Brings Magic Back to Disney Musicals
As the sixtieth Disney animated feature, Encanto sets a new standard for the House of Mouse's approach to crafting all-ages musicals.
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2021-11-12T03:00:34
Great White Brings Generic Shark Attack Scares - And Not Much Else
Great White is slow and generic, never leaning into its so-bad-it's-good qualities enough to make a memorable addition to the shark attack subgenre.
Anime
2021-11-10T10:30:34
Belle: Mamoru Hosoda Retells Beauty & the Beast for the Internet Age
Mamoru Hosoda's Belle offers a uniquely digitized spin on Beauty and the Beast, with plenty of knowing homages to the Disney version.
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2021-11-09T23:30:34
Belfast Reigns as Kenneth Branagh's Autobiographical Crowdpleaser
Based on Kenneth Branagh's childhood, Belfast is a sweet little film with laughs, tears, drama, great acting and one unfortunate musical connection.
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2021-11-05T01:00:35
Finch: Tom Hanks Bonds With a Robot in Apple TV+'s Sweet Sci-Fi Drama
Within its post-apocalyptic setting, Finch remains mostly upbeat, a wholesome, goofy road-trip story about a cranky old man and his bumbling robot.
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2021-11-05T01:00:16
The Beta Test Flexes Jim Cummings' Conspiracy Comedy Muscles - And It Works
The Beta Test is entertaining and audacious, demonstrating how far Jim Cummings has progressed as a filmmaker in just a few years.
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