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Although perhaps too reserved, The Miseducation of Cameron Post is an affecting, complex work that cements director Desiree Akhavan as a talent to watch.
Searching is a brilliant concept greatly realised… and then the ending happens.
Sequels, supers, assassins, ABBA, and White chicks.
It’s all just an uncomfortable mess.
Never bet against Denzel, Mamma Mia! audiences go again, Dark Web gets Unfriended, Blindspotting makes that paper, McQueen designs profits, and Other Box Office News.
The First Purge continues the series’ evolution into one of our sharpest social satires without sacrificing visceral B-movie thrills, even if this particular entry is a touch too predictable.
Hotel Transylvania has many repeat guests, Skyscraper is burning down, many viewers repeat Eighth Grade, …He Won’t Get Far on Foot doesn’t particularly, and Other Box Office News.
Ant-Man and the Wasp doesn’t grow as big as some might like, Americans exercise their god-given right to The First Purge, not many people want to dance with Whitney, don’t hang up on Sorry to Bother You, and Other Box Office News.
Lady Bird is a magnificent, extraordinary work of complex emotion and authentic sincerity. Shame that its Home Video release doesn’t do it justice.