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“Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” Shows More of What We Already Feared [Review]

Already a front runner for this year's award for the longest official movie title, "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan" throws...

Netflix’s “Cuties” Isn’t What You’ve Read Online [Review]

If you’ve heard about "Cuties", you’ve likely heard one or more of the following: it promotes pedophilia, it’s a documentary, there’s underage nudity, and there’s 11-year olds performing sex acts on themselves and/or others. None of those are the case.

Amazon’s “The Boys” s2 Proudly Displays What Edgy Means in Superhero Series [Review]

When fans of "Watchmen" and "Umbrella Academy" can say, "did you see what happened in that episode? It was so nuts". "The Boys" fans just shake their heads, saying, "you're adorable."

Disney Does Right by “Mulan” with Non-Musical Live-Action Remake [Review]

Disney's ongoing foray into rehashing its existing classic properties as Live-Action remakes has seemingly done the unlikely with "Mulan," namely by giving its new incarnation a reason to exist.

“Bill & Ted Face the Music” is a Mostly Non-Heinous Warm Hug [Review]

Bill & Ted haven't changed very much, and neither has the overall storyline, but in the end, "Bill & Ted Face the Music" a familiar and charming ride.

“Lovecraft Country” Highlights Which Monsters to be Afraid of [Review]

HBO is diving into the even deeper end of the allegorical genre fiction pool with its new series "Lovecraft Country." A reference to the science fiction/horror/fantasy worlds of the celebrated author, H.P. Lovecraft,...

“The Rental”: Fine Horror Film if you Don’t Like Horror [Review]

"The Rental," is a horror film that unfortunately misses the mark in creating any kind of either tension or horror.

“Irresistible”: John Stewart’s Political Parable of Smalltown USA [Review]

John Stewart is America's leading political satirists, so in his new "Irresistible", it comes as a shock that it feels pointedly depressing rather than fun.

“The King of Staten Island” Gives SNL’s Pete Davidson His Chance [Review]

"The King of Staten Island" is one of those movies which has a charm because of its willingness to bare the soul of its lead actor and co-writer.