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<i>Game Night</i> : A Refreshingly Light, Creative Film

Game Night : A Refreshingly Light, Creative Film

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03/02/2018

Game Night begins with an irresistibly funny and ridiculous montage in which the main couple meets that sets the tone for the entire film. Max and Annie (Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams) are two crazy-competitive masters of gaming who fall madly in love with one another over their mutual obsession with competition. The strength of…

<i>Star Wars: The Last Jedi</i> is Half of a Great <i>Star Wars</i> film

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is Half of a Great Star Wars film

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12/16/2017

Two films into a new trilogy, and three films into the new Disney era in a galaxy far, far away, audiences have yet to get something completely new from the creative team at Lucasfilm. The Force Awakens, while undeniably familiar and derivative, worked as a reinvigoration of the franchise. Rogue One provided an intriguing expansion…

<i>The Disaster Artist</i>, a Brilliant Masterpiece

The Disaster Artist, a Brilliant Masterpiece

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12/07/2017

It is difficult to make a movie more terrible than The Room. And it is even more difficult to make a movie about the making of The Room without it being equally as ridiculous, cringe-worthy, and uncomfortable to sit through as the original. But cult classic fans, rejoice! James Franco rose to the challenge. In…

<i>Last Flag Flying:</i> A Study of Grief and Patriotism

Last Flag Flying: A Study of Grief and Patriotism

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11/15/2017

Fans of director Richard Linklater will no doubt find his latest project to be very satisfying — and very much in line with his previous work. Last Flag Flying is thematically different from Linklater’s earlier films, but it still has a distinct sensitivity and humanity that can be found in his past box-office hits (Boyhood,…

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