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Adrian Molina and Matthew Aldrich's screenplay constantly surprises with its inspirations.

Roman J. Israel, Esq.

This is a fine character study, anchored by Washington's off-kilter, out-of-character performance and a sincere curiosity about testing the ideals of this man.

The Man Who Invented Christmas

This telling of Charles Dickens' writing of A Christmas Carol is an odd hybrid of a biography of the author and an interpretation of, arguably, his most famous work.


A funny thing happens once the truth about Thelma is revealed: The film becomes even more uncertain, more enigmatic, and more troubling.

Justice League

Justice League is fixing a lot. The fixes, though, don't make for a story that stands on its own merits.


The film keeps expanding outward in its perspective and its desire to understand the lives of these other characters.

Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri

Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri is an empathetic view of humanity at its best, its worst, and, as is most often the case in this world, everything in between.


Williams and Rees maintain the scope of a years-long, multi-character, and period-specific story without sacrificing any of the depth that could come from it.

BPM (Beats Per Minute)

This is intriguing as a time capsule of activism and apathy. [Capsule review]


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Thor: Ragnarok

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The Disaster Artist

Darkest Hour

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