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‘Brats’ Reivew: A Surprisingly Affecting Story About Perspective and Growing Up in the ’80s

Centers on 1980s films starring the 'Brat Pack' and their profound impact on the young stars' lives.

9 Amazing

‘The Watchers’ Review: Ishana Shyamalan’s Debut Promises More Mystery Than It Can Deliver

A young artist gets stranded in an extensive, immaculate forest in western Ireland, where, after finding shelter, she becomes trapped alongside three strangers, stalked by mysterious creatures each ni...

6.5 Fair

‘Hit Man’ Review: Richard Linklater’s Amusing Genre Bender

Inspired by the unbelievable true story, a strait-laced professor (Glen Powell) uncovers his hidden talent as a fake hitman in undercover police stings. He meets his match in a client (Adria Arjona) w...

In-House Reviews #119: Under Paris, Longing, Jim Henson Idea Man, Haikyu & More!

Reviews for Under Paris, Longing, Jim Henson Idea Man, Flipside, MoviePass MovieCrash, and HAIKYU!! The Dumpster Battle.

‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die’ Review: Still Ridin’ Together

When their late police captain gets linked to drug cartels, wisecracking Miami cops Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett embark on a dangerous mission to clear his name.

6 Fair

Cannes 2024: Director Emanuel Pârvu Discusses His Queer Palm-Winning Film: ‘Three Kilometers to the End of the World’

Set in a conservative Danube Delta community, a gay teenager's journey of self-discovery clashes with the traditional values upheld by his parents and neighbors

‘Ezra’ Review: A Flawed Big Heart

Max Brandel, a stand-up comedian living with his father, Stan, struggles to co-parent his autistic son Ezra with his ex-wife, Jenna. When faced with difficult decisions about their son’s future, Max a...

5 Average

In-House Reviews #118: In A Violent Nature, Garfield, The Dead Don’t Hurt, Atlas & More!

Reviews for The Garfield Movie, The Dead Don’t Hurt, The Young Wife, Backspot, Atlas, What You Wish For, and a bonus review.

‘Handling the Undead’ Review: A Gentle, Contemplative Approach to a Zombie Story

On a hot summer day in Oslo, the dead mysteriously awaken, and three families are thrown into chaos when their deceased loved ones come back to them. Who are they, and what do they want?

9 Amazing

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