Anya Taylor-Joy

San Diego Comic-Con@Home: The New Mutants Panel Recap

Director Josh Boone and the cast of New Mutants attend Comic-Con@Home 2020 to screen the opening scene from their long the long-awaited film and confirm that it will open in theaters … eventually. 

Review: 2020’s ‘Emma’ Is Awfully Rich And Clever

Aaron Neuwirth reviews Emma. A new take on the classic Jane Austen novel, which is the most stylish adaptation yet.

7 Good

Glass Review: M.Night’s Sequel to Unbreakable is worth the 19 Year Wait.

Scott Menzel's review of M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass which opens in theaters on January 17, 2019

7 Good

Franchise Fred’s Glass Review: Unsplittable

When I saw Unbreakable in 2000, all I wanted to see was Unbreakable 2. I should have told young Franchise Fred to be patient. It would take 19 years for Glass, including making an entirely separate mo...

Glass Review by Staci Layne Wilson

Staci Layne Wilson shares her thoughts on M. Night's "Glass"

Review: Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’ Cracks Under Pressure

Glass, the third chapter of M. Night Shyamalan's stealthily made comic book trilogy, fails to be the hero we needed.

4 Poor

Writer/Director Cory Finley on Working with His Amazing Cast in ‘Thoroughbreds’

Kit Bowen had a great conversation with writer/director Cory Finley about his feature film debut "Thoroughbreds."

Review: ‘Thoroughbreads’ Plays A Darkly Comedic Game Of Chess

Every now and again I see a random independent film that aligns with what I want to watch. Thoroughbreds is by no means perfect and won’t work the same way for everyone, but I was thrilled to see a fi...

8 Great

AFI Fest Review: Thoroughbreds – Thoroughfred Approves

Thoroughbreds is a female friendship movie with balls. This is not the Disneyfied version of teenage girls coming of age together. If it were that, Thoroughbreds would probably not be a movie for Sund...

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