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AFI Fest 2020 Review: ‘I’m Your Woman’ Features Rachel Brosnahan At Her Best

Adriana Gomez-Weston reviews Julia Hart's I'm Your Woman, starring Rachel Brosnahan, the opening night film for AFI Fest 2020.

‘Ava’ Review: An Assassin Story Lacking Killer Motive

Ava is a deadly assassin who works for a black ops organization, traveling the globe specializing in high profile hits. When a job goes dangerously wrong she is forced to fight for her own survival.

5 Average

Review: The Heart-Pounding ‘Uncut Gems’ Features Adam Sandler’s Finest Work

Aaron Neuwirth reviews Uncut Gems, the stress-fueled thriller from the Safdie Brothers, featuring a career-best performance from Adam Sandler.

10 Perfect

Exclusive Interview: Director Karyn Kusama on Destroyer

One of the new releases hitting theaters on Christmas Day is Destroyer. This is not a happy, feel good holiday movie, but ‘tis the season for intense dramatic fare too. Nicole Kidman plays Det. Erin B...

Review: Identity Is Key At ‘The El Royale’

There’s a lot one can get out of movies set at a hotel. A classic such as Psycho may only come along once in a lifetime, but the setting allows for so much room to explore. Bad Times at the El Royale ...

6 Fair

Review: ‘Bright’ Is A Dim, Ugly Mess

Much like how I had no pleasure watching Bright, I equally get no pleasure from coming down hard on it here. This is like someone saw an amateur YouTube filmmaker’s “what if” concept of the show Cops ...

3 Bad

Review: ‘All The Money In The World’ Is Rich With Ridley Scott’s Craftsmanship

When director Ridley Scott is at his best, his films create a sense of tension that not only fits for the individual involved but conveys that feeling on a grand scale. Scott’s lesser efforts find his...

7 Good

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