Late Night

Late Night – Review

Art spins from timely to dated on a dime. Late Night packs in references that are bound to instantly age as it examines the media landscape in the age of so-called diversity hires, #MeToo and social media...
Missing Link

Missing Link – Review

The world of animation has been going through some major evolution in recent years, with films like The LEGO Movie and its spin-offs or Into the Spider-Verse pushing the boundaries of what the medium can look...
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The Children Act – Review

The Children Act is not the courtroom procedural you might expect. Ian McEwan’s screenplay – and his novel before it – has plenty up its sleeve beyond the premise’s proffering of a delicious...
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The Meyerowitz Stories – Review

If The Squid and the Whale and The Royal Tenenbaums had a baby, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) would be it. The ultimate dysfunctional family with a wily and irrepressible patriarch at the helm may...
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Bridget Jones’s Baby – Review

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a bad sequel can ruin a good film. Not so Bridget Jones’s Baby. For doubters wondering if this sequel is another 2016 cash-cow, rest assured; you can put on your...
Burnt

Burnt – Review

Bradley Cooper sizzles as manic head chef Adam Jones in this undercooked restaurant drama about a former drug addict in search of career redemption in the big city. Barreling his way through scene after...
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A Walk In The Woods – Review

A Walk in the Woods feels like Planes, Trains and Automobiles in a dressing gown and some comfy slippers. Robert Redford and Nick Nolte make for a wonderfully odd couple, but the script gives them little to...

Effie Gray – Review

As another chapter in the evolving period genre, Effie Gray combines the best of Merchant Ivory with the claustrophobia of a modern domestic thriller. Though the film is separated from Gone Girl by time,...