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The Perfect Date Review: Noah Centineo Shines In Netflix Rom-Com

Netflix's The Perfect Date is a fairly standard and entirely enjoyable rom-com that excels as a starring vehicle for the…

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Teen Spirit Review: As Simple But Delightful As a Catchy Pop Song

It's a familiar tune: the small-town kid with big talent finally gets their shot at superstardom, assuming they can navigate…

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After Review: This Fanfiction-Inspired Love Story is Actually Quite Good

After is an intimate look at the ups and downs of first love that takes some nonsensical narrative turns, but…

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The Silence Review: Netflix Does A Quiet Place

Though its source novel was published in 2015, there's no getting around the fact that Netflix's The Silence bears a…

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High Life Review: Robert Pattinson Gets Lost in Space

He may always be Edward Cullen to the generation that grew up watching the Twilight movies (and fittingly so), but…

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Little Review: A Cute & Heartfelt Age-Changing Comedy

Little successfully puts a funny new spin on age-changing comedy with a surprisingly heartfelt message about staying true to yourself…

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Hellboy Review: This Superhero Reboot’s a Bloody, Lifeless Dud

Despite a potentially compelling lead, Hellboy is a surprisingly boring superhero epic that drags between sequences of fantasy action spectacle.Based…

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Master Z: Ip Man Legacy Review – So Begins the Ip Man Universe

They might not be a full-blown shared universe just yet, but the Ip Man films have certainly taken a step…

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Missing Link Review: Laika’s Latest Has Great Animation, But a Thin Plot

In an era where the majority of mainstream animation is computer-generated and designed to have broad appeal, Laika has been…

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