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The Oath movie review: Homeland for the holidays

Give thanks The Oath isn’t real̷ yet. Ike Barinholtz has been a highlight of comedies like Neighbors, Snatched and Blockers. Now he has written and directed himself a starring vehicle that is a provoc... read more

‘The Oath’ Film Review: Ike Barinholtz’s Directorial Debut Spins a Timely, Messy Political Parable

The year is 2018, and it’s an interesting time to watch dystopian movies ... to sign a loyalty oath to the President of the United States, or risk violent retribution from their neighbors, persecution ... read more

'The Oath' is a dark political comedy (review)

Even though Chris has vowed to his wife and mother that there will be no political talk over the holiday ... entire movie. He draws back at just the right moment to maintain the picture's proper and s... read more

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Movie review: Ike Barinholtz's 'The Oath' may cut too close -- even for liberals

Now here's a great idea for a movie: What would happen if ... those last two questions are likely to linger in the mind as lefty moviegoers settle in to enjoy "The Oath," a blistering political satire ... read more


‘The Oath’ Review: Ike Barinholtz’s Scathing Satire Shows the Fragility of America

Ike Barinholtz’ The Oath feels like it exists in the same universe as The Purge, and I mean that as a compliment. Both Barinholtz’ movie, which is a comedy-thriller of sorts, and the horror ... read more

Movie Review – The Oath (2018)

In a politically divided America, a man struggles to make it through the Thanksgiving holiday without destroying ... everyone that watches The Oath will be able to relate to someone, but this is just ... read more

Review: ‘The Oath’ is hard to watch, but one of the year’s best

“The Oath” is harsh. It’s extreme. It goes to places you don’t expect, and then past those places. It’s the most unpleasant comedy in a long time, and lots of people will absolutely hate it. It’s also ... read more

Review: The Oath is funny, but also painful and dark

Now here’s a great idea for a movie ... “The Oath” hews to many a Thanksgiving-themed comedy before it, superficially aping the well-worn genre in which long-simmering disputes between relatives boil ... read more

Ike Barinholtz finds humor in a political dystopia with dark comedy 'The Oath'

"I know the movie is ... division of Homeland Security) crash Thanksgiving dinner. The CPU (until this point only glimpsed on TV and via headlines) had been responsible for secretly arresting and disa... read more

Movie review: Ike Barinholtz takes aim at political satire in ‘The Oath’

“a division of Homeland Security,” appear at the door. Turns out a member of Chris’ family has reported him disloyal to the president, thus sparking a need for the agents to question him about his ref... read more

The Oath

Sometimes when I’m doing movie reviews on KOGO 600 AM, I won’t realize it’s a few days before Thanksgiving or the 4th of July, and they’ll ask me my favorite movie about those holidays. read more

Black Mirror meets Black Friday with The Oath

But as the Thanksgiving deadline approaches, protests and counter-protests grow, and a new offshoot of Homeland Security ... on both sides.” The Oath is very much a movie of the moment ... read more



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