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There's Something In The Barn Review: Bloody Horror Comedy Is Genuinely Fun
3.5

Boasting an engaging cast, all of whom are in on the joke, There’s Something in the Barn is rarely excessive and always entertaining.

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River Review: A Refreshing Time Loop Comedy With Heart & A Great Ensemble Cast
3.5

Though not everything works, River is a time loop jaunt that isn’t easy to forget, bolstered by fantastic performances and a deep sense of fun.

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The Creator Review: A Brutal, Emotional & Visually Stunning Sci-Fi Epic
3.5

With two heart-wrenching performances at its center, it's an emotional ride enveloped in an engrossing world that feels a bit too close to home.

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The Holdovers Review: Giamatti & Newcomer Dominic Sessa Are Alive With Chemistry
3.5

Incorporating Payne's personal experience of boarding school with Hemingson’s script, The Holdovers brings a sense of levity to a teenager imploding.

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Spy Kids: Armageddon Review - Rodriguez Doesn't Recapture Original Film's Magic
2.5

With new material, Rodriguez can have a mega-hit like Spy Kids again; unfortunately, he is stifled by the same flat ideas and repetitive choices.

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It Lives Inside Review: Megan Suri Is Great In Interesting But Lackluster Horror
2.5

The film’s disparate elements and overarching themes don’t entirely come together by the end, leaving the story’s emotional throughline weakened.

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No One Will Save You Review: Kaitlyn Dever Anchors Daringly Creative Genre Movie
3.5

Daringly creative, No One Will Save You is as much of an in-the-moment good time as it is worthy of lingering thought and discussion.

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Cassandro Review: Gael García Bernal Leads A Subdued But Entertaining Biopic
3

Ultimately, Cassandro is a touching tale of a remarkable person who paved a path for others to find liberation & acceptance through their chosen art.

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Poolman Review: Chris Pine’s Wacky Comedy Thriller Is A Dumpster Fire
1.5

Poolman is an unfunny spoof of neo-noir thrillers with hazy direction, even messier storytelling, and unbearable dialogue.

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Love At First Sight Review: Haley Lu Richardson & Ben Hardy Lead Charming Rom-Com
3

While the film is light on laughs, it is overflowing with good intentions, sweetness, and tenderness, all of which are captured beautifully.

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Rustin Review: Colman Domingo Gives An Oscar-Winning Performance In Flimsy Biopic
3

It may not be the best biopic ever told, but people will certainly walk away from Rustin more educated.

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Thank You For Coming Review: Sex-Positive Hindi Comedy Shocks & Delights
4

Thank You For Coming is close to being a definitive sex comedy for women, with Bhumi Pednekar's star turn offering laughs and life lessons to spare.

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A Million Miles Away Review: An Inspirational True Story That Doesn't Go Beyond
2.5

A Million Miles Away is genuine in its story, but it’s so laser-focused on José Hernández's space goals that it forgets to explore his inner life. 

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Fremont Review: A Slow Burn Character Study With Genuine Heart
3.5

Those willing to embark on Fremont's modest, gently heartbreaking (but also uplifting) journey will find themselves rewarded by what it has to offer.

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Pain Hustlers Review: Blunt & Evans Star In Generic, Timid Takedown Of Big Pharma
2.5

Pain Hustlers is a mixed bag of entertainment that opts for flashiness instead of focusing on the important elements of the story at hand.

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The Burial Review: Foxx & Jones Let Loose In Entertaining Courtroom Dramedy
4

Led by an exceptional Jamie Foxx, The Burial is sensational, balancing its audaciously vibrant spirit with its poignantly rich story.

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Knox Goes Away Review: Keaton Directs & Stars In Overly Ambitious Thriller
2.5

With great performances all around & a well-intentioned script that is creative & overly ambitious, Knox Goes Away is compelling in its own right.

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Next Goal Wins Review: Waititi’s Sports Dramedy Has Little Character Development
2.5

Next Goal Wins has some embellishments, but its biggest mishap is missing the mark on jokes & limiting character development for almost every person.

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Dumb Money Review: Star-Studded Film Is An Exhilarating Ride Down Memory Lane
3.5

Dumb Money is a crowd-pleasing story with great performances and a script that keeps it simple.

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American Fiction Review: Jefferson’s Timely Directorial Debut Is Confident & Provocative
4

Don’t let cameos fool you, American Fiction is packed with important commentary, clever jokes, and a story that’ll have you coming back for more.

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