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The First Great Movie of the Trump Era

Get Out was shot in just 23 days on a budget of $4.5 million, but when it opened one year ago, it quickly became clear it was not just another low-budget horror movie. There were monstrous grosses and rapturous reviews, but most important, the film instantly became a cultural phenomenon ... More »

MovieBob Reviews: FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST (2017)

Is Fullmetal Alchemist good? Well… I still liked it better than Brotherhood. So there’s that. Come again? It’s a bad movie, but I still liked it more than the second version of the […] The post MovieBob Reviews: FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST (2017) appeared first on

‘Black Panther’ Spoiler Review: Diving Deep Into Marvel’s Best Movie

(In our Spoiler Reviews, we take a deep dive into a new release and get to the heart of what makes it tick…and every story point is up for discussion. In this entry: Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther.) Let me start with this: Run, don’t walk, to the theater to see Black Panther. Show More Summary

'Black Panther' is such an undeniable movie that even the critic for Milo Yiannopoulos' website is gushing about it

On Friday, Dangerous, the website from far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos, published a favorable review of "Black Panther." Though the review is positive, the reasoning behind it is strange. The reviewer compared the film's hero...Show More Summary

‘Early Man’ Review: A Sweet and Sincere Reminder That Claymation Isn’t Extinct Yet

On paper, there’s nothing about Early Man that’s particularly special. But paper isn’t the movie’s medium: It’s clay. Aardman’s latest offering is an absolute delight, and, much like Paddington 2, is a prime example of the heights that children’s entertainment — and entertainment in general — can reach in the right hands. Show More Summary

‘Black Panther’ Review: Marvel’s Latest Adventure is a Triumph

I have never felt the way I do right now after watching a movie. Black Panther was so much more than I thought it would be. As a Black woman who has loved film her entire life, I know how much representation matters and I’ve never seen a movie on the scale of Black Panther. I […] The post ‘Black Panther’ Review: Marvel’s Latest Adventure is a Triumph appeared first on /Film.

Review: Haneke’s “Happy End” disappoints; “Fantastic Woman” is compelling and timely

If Michael Haneke names a movie Happy End, you can bet it won’t have one — just as you know to do the opposite every time Donald Trump says, “Believe me.” The writer-director of Funny Games, Caché, Amour, The Piano Teacher and The White Ribbon, Haneke focuses his latest on a wealthy family in Calais....

‘Nostalgia’ Review: Strong Performances From Jon Hamm And First-Rate Ensemble Make It One To Remember

The title says it all. Nostalgia is a movie worth remembering, a beautifully constructed multi-character drama with interconnected storylines and exceptional performances. It is one of those small, independently made films that impacts you stays with you long after you leave the theater. Show More Summary

Isle Of Dogs Review

With the help of an incredible number of talented artists and performers, it's a movie that plays on the best of the writer/director's sensibilities, while accessing entirely brand new areas of it.

Movie Review: The Ritual

If you’re a horror fan, you really can’t go wrong with The Ritual. It doesn’t reinvent the genre, but what it does it does very well. The post Movie Review: The Ritual appeared first on Rogues Portal.

MovieBob Reviews: BLACK PANTHER (2018)

Is Black Panther good? Yes! Okay, but is it “especially” good or just another really well-polished, solid Marvel movie? No, it’s an exceptional film – Marvel or otherwise. Probably the best of its […] The post MovieBob Reviews: BLACK PANTHER (2018) appeared first on

Review: Black Panther

The fact of the matter is you don't see movies like Black Panther made. I'm not talking about the groundbreaking facts you already know about the movie: it's almost entirely black cast, with an almost entirely black creative team leading,...Show More Summary

‘Black Panther’ Is the Highest-Rated Live-Action Superhero Movie Ever

Black Panther isn’t just breaking pre-sale ticket records, it’s also making review history. The film currently holds a 98 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes (it was at 100 percent for a while), but even more impressively, the Marvel film holds the title for the highest rated live-action superhero movie ever. While Black Panther‘s Rotten Tomatoes reviews […]

Black Panther is tied for the best Rotten Tomatoes score of any superhero movie

It shall forever be known that the efforts of whiny racists on Facebook don’t actually amount to much in the world of Rotten Tomatoes, as the attempt to torpedo Black Panther’s rating on the review aggregation website earlier this month was so unsuccessful that Ryan Coogler’s Marvel movie now has the best Rotten… Read more...

Hellraiser: Judgment (Movie Review)

PLOT: A detective tracking a serial killer known as The Preceptor comes across Pinhead and his Cenobite clan. REVIEW: Hand this to HELLRAISER: JUDGMENT: It quotes the works of Charles Dickens way more than I was expecting. I guess when...Show More Summary

Review: Dan Stevens And Rebecca Hall Are Hot And Heart-Breaking In 'Permission'

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The first thing you need to know about the Rebecca Hall/Dan Stevens movie Permission is it is not a rom-com. The tone of its trailer suggests it is. And yes, there are funny moments, but Brian Crano's latest film gives...

Fifty Shades Freed Reviews: What an Unsatisfying Climax!

Fifty Shades Freed is an actual name of an actual movie. Based on the following reviews, meanwhile, it also may be the best part of said movie. The final installment of a much-maligned trilogy, Fifty Shades Freed once again stars Dakota...Show More Summary

‘The 15:17 to Paris’ Review: Clint Eastwood’s Story of Real-Life Heroes is a Total Dud

When a new movie based on a true story opens, there is an inevitable debate online over whether what’s documented on screen really happened, or if it really happened in the way it’s presented. Films like Selma, Zero Dark Thirty, Dunkirk,...Show More Summary

The 17 best movies of all time that weren't nominated for a best-picture Oscar, according to critics

Over the course of 90 years of Oscars, plenty of worthy films have been overlooked in the best-picture race. We listed the 17 best ones, based on their composite critic scores from reviews aggregator Metacritic. When it comes to theShow More Summary

“Savarakathi”… A “comedy” that works on and off, but is still eminently worthwhile

Spoilers ahead… Read the full review on Film Companion, here: You’ll probably not see a more bizarre movie than Savarakathi (Shaving Knife) this year, and I mean it as a sort of compliment. The film opens with Pitchai (the director Ram), a barber given to tall tales. (He claims the razor he uses once […]

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