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MOVIES

Just Mercy

In the least heralded great performance of 2019, (Rob) Morgan blows audiences away with a remorseful passion mixed with bewilderment and confusion...

Matt Ward, Cinematic Considerations

Bad Boys for Life

"Bad Boys for Life" is loud, goes on a little too long and tries to wring drama from a plot straight out of a telenovela (a joke that Marcus points out is a little on-the-nose).

Brad Keefe, Columbus Alive

Bad Boys for Life

I enjoyed Bad Boys for Life quite a bit, while not as solid as the previous two entries I still think it's definitely worth a watch.

Anthony Ray Bench, Film Threat

AT HOME

The Story of Temple Drake

Temple Drake is suffused with Gothic atmosphere and nihilism, all the while projecting a surprising honesty about the moral decay of Prohibition-era America.

Clint Worthington, The Spool

Until the End of the World (Bis ans Ende der Welt)

Despite the fact that the end of the world is nigh, Until the End of the World is in no rush to get anywhere, and that's part of its erstwhile charm.

Clint Worthington, The Spool

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

... Mistress of Evil pulls few punches in its exploration of imperialist expansion, depiction of indigenous slaughter, and ... the telling of a fairytale mixed in. It's quite surprising that director Joachim Rønning's film earned a PG-rating ...

Douglas Davidson, Elements of Madness