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          Antebellum Review: An Emotional, Timely Thriller Undercut By A Disappointing Ending Release Date: Sep 18, 2020 Antebellum Review [I]t winds up being a case of reach exceeding grasp as the climax is constructed to be more emotionally satisfying than logistically satisfying...
          Netflix's The Trial Of The Chicago 7 Review: Another Courtroom Masterpiece From Aaron Sorkin Release Date: Oct 16, 2020 Netflix's The Trial Of The Chicago 7 Review It’s slick, well-assembled Hollywood entertainment that should entertain as it educates, and hopefully infuriates, its audiences. Sean O'Connell
          Netflix’s Enola Holmes Review: Millie Bobby Brown Delivers A Charismatic Performance Solving A Fun Mystery Release Date: Sep 23, 2020 Netflix’s Enola Holmes Review It may seem like a silly little Netflix movie, but in truth it’s an engaging and cute mystery that features Millie Bobby Brown’s most charismatic performances to date. Eric Eisenberg
          Lost Girls And Love Hotels Review: Can A Movie Be A Romantic Drama If It's Neither Romantic Nor Dramatic? Release Date: Sep 18, 2020 Lost Girls And Love Hotels Review One could look at it as a PSA against self-loathing, but mostly it’s just a really bad movie. Eric Eisenberg
          Netflix’s The Devil All The Time Review: A Bleak, Scattered Slow Burn That Only Works Part Of The Time Release Date: Sep 16, 2020 Netflix’s The Devil All The Time Review The Devil All The Time slips through the cracks and into the lukewarm waters of mediocrity. Mike Reyes
          HBO Max’s Unpregnant Review: A Charming Road Trip Comedy Fueled By Chemistry And Laughs, But Stuck In Neutral Release Date: Sep 10, 2020 HBO Max’s Unpregnant Review Rachel Lee Goldenberg’s film is a spunky, memorable and heartfelt ride despite some bumps along the way. Sarah El-Mahmoud
          Netflix’s The Babysitter: Killer Queen Review: Harder, Bloodier, Faster, Funnier Release Date: Sep 10, 2020 Netflix’s The Babysitter: Killer Queen Review With a breakneck pace, the entire experience rides on greased rails, leaving the audience to enjoy the surprises around every turn. Mike Reyes
          Disney+’s Mulan Review: A Triumphant And Poised Disney Epic Finally Strengthened By The Live-Action Formula Release Date: Sep 04, 2020 Disney+’s Mulan Review Whether you’re a fan of the ‘90s version or watching the story for the first time, Mulan is proof the Chinese story passed down generations is a timeless, powerful and empowering tale that deserves this scale of storytelling. Sarah El-Mahmoud
          Netflix’s I'm Thinking Of Ending Things Review: A Fascinating, Surreal Thriller That Only Charlie Kaufman Could Make Release Date: Sep 04, 2020 Netflix’s I'm Thinking Of Ending Things Review A cinematic vision that only Charlie Kaufman can provide, outwardly presenting itself as a thriller built out of slow escalation that ultimately reveals itself as a unique meditation on identity... Eric Eisenberg
          Tenet Review: It’s Hard To Imagine Movies Getting Much Better Than This Release Date: Sep 03, 2020 Tenet Review A hold-on-by-your-fingernails thrill ride with subtle touches of wit, romance, suspense, tragedy, determination and cinema-driven awe woven throughout it. Sean O'Connell
          The New Mutants Review: Not Worth The Very, Very Long Wait Release Date: Aug 28, 2020 The New Mutants Review A simplistic, unimaginative, low-budget blip on the comic-book radar that neither hinders nor furthers the superhero conversation. Sean O'Connell
          Hulu’s The Binge Review: A Radically Uneven Comedy That’s Ultimately Satisfying Enough Release Date: Aug 28, 2020 Hulu’s The Binge Review Admittedly it’s partially given a pass that comes from a mindset acknowledging that we can all use a good laugh these days, but that by itself is also an acknowledging that there are laughs to be had. Eric Eisenberg
          Netflix’s All Together Now Review: A Simple Premise Brightened By Auli’i Cravalho’s Charming Performance Release Date: Aug 28, 2020 Netflix’s All Together Now Review All Together Now may have flaws in the underlying story itself, but a combination of soft-flowing filmmaking and solid performances makes for an endearing watch. Sarah El-Mahmoud
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