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Toronto Film Review: ‘Cities of Last Things’

The peppy exhortation to “live every moment as if it were your last ... sorrowful “Cities of Last Things” — winner of the Toronto film festival’s juried Platform section — a fatalistic ... read more

Review: ‘School of Rock: The Musical’ is must-see for fans of hit movie

Her character is shy in the beginning of the show but, by act two ... audiences knew from the movie, which is what this show is based on. The costume designs fit every character’s personality ... read more

Life Itself movie review: This is ridiculoUS

She comes up with the idea that every narrator ... why did you make me act in this movie?” Not that kids don’t have traumatic experiences, but if you’re going to tackle them, they probably should be a... read more

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'Life Itself': A drama that is all over the map (review)

CLEVELAND, Ohio- Writer, director Dan Fogelman's movie, "Life ... in every other movie coming out of Hollywood lately, triumphs in his most challenging, if brief role, to date. Antonio Banderas is mas... read more


The Predator Movie Review: It's A Bloody, Funny Mess

The original 1987 film not ... big third act showdown with the Ultra Predator. To try and make the plot seem less complicated, Black and his co-writer Fred Dekker try to quicken the pace by inserting ... read more

‘House With a Clock in Its Walls’ Film Review: Eli Roth Directs a Fun, Family-Friendly Halloween Frolic

The film shows us too much, too quickly, and undercuts the tension as a result. Also Read: 'Death Wish' Film Review ... life in return. It’s a storyline that can often seem generic, but Roth clearly l... read more

Film Review: ‘Every Act of Life’

Terrence McNally, Christine Baranski, Audra McDonald, Nathan Lane, Peter McNally, Jack O’Brien, Rita Moreno, Paul Libin, Tom Kirdahy, F. Murray Abraham, Roberta Kaplan, Billy Porter, Micah Stock, Dori... read more

TIFF 2018 Review: 22 JULY Examines The Aftermath Of A Massacre

Though better known to mainstream audiences for his Bourne films, Greengrass is superb at bringing these true stories to life ... latest film, 22 July, tackles a shockingly recent act of terrorism ... read more

Movie review: Overwrought tearjerker ‘Life Itself’ plods to predictable

And then the wheel’s fall off — fast, because, you know, as the movie TELLS us, it only takes a single moment to change your life forever. Every character seems to be neck-deep in tragedy, so much so ... read more

Review: Jamie Lee Curtis' rage fuels a worthy new 'Halloween' revamp with depth

The strong results should be a takeaway for every other scary-movie series that’s aimlessly never-ending. By staying true only to the initial narrative, this “Halloween” solidly ranks as the best chap... read more

Review: 'The House With A Clock In Its Walls' Is A Wonderful Kid-Sized Horror Fantasy

The film ... through every frame, and as such our heroes’ triumphs and mistakes feel plausible and poignant. There is a lovely scene where Jonathan discusses how he became estranged from the rest of h... read more

TIFF Film Review: High Life is a Meditative, Disarming, and Truly Weird Space Story

The following review is part of our coverage of the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival ... pushing will likely be disappointed, though. High Life is, at its lost and searching heart, every bit a... read more



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