PG-13

Retro Review: Get On Up (2014)

Chike Coleman looks back at Get On Up, the James Brown biopic, featuring an outstanding Chadwick Boseman as the Godfather of Soul.

6 Fair

‘The Map of Tiny Perfect Things’ Review: A Poignant Time-Loop Romance

Two teens who live the same day repeatedly, enabling them to create the titular map.

8 Great

‘Land’ Review: Navigating Grief in the Lonely Wilderness

Joseph Braverman reviews Robin Wright's directorial debut film, Land, in which she contends with surviving in the wilderness by choice.

7 Good

Retro Review: John Q (2002)

Chike Coleman delivers a retro review of the film he believes to have the best performance of Denzel Washington's career.

‘No Man’s Land’ Review: A Little Slice of Un-American Texas

Joseph Braverman reviews No Man's Land, a stirring Texan family drama, featuring Frank Grillo, Andie MacDowell, and George Lopez.

7 Good

‘The White Tiger’ Review: Escaping the Cage of Servitude

Joseph Braverman reviews Ramin Bahrani's adaptation of The White Tiger, which works as a sensational drama that pulls heartstrings as fiercely as it pleases crowds.

8 Great

‘Man of Steel’ Review: Visually Stunning But Lacking Hope

In anticipation of Zack Snyder's Justice League, coming to HBO Max in March, Chike Coleman takes a look back at 2013's Man of Steel, a divisive superhero film.

4 Poor

‘The Marksman’ Review: Misses Its Intended Target Audience

Joseph Braverman reviews The Marksman, a Liam Neeson film that doesn't quite load up an audience ready for action.

5 Average

‘The Dig’ Review: A Love Letter to Long Ago

An archaeologist embarks on the historically important excavation of Sutton Hoo in 1938.

8 Great

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