Late Night with the Devil
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Directors: Colin and Cameron Cairnes Starring: David Dastmalchian, Laura Gordon, Ian Bliss, Fayssal Bazzi, Ingrid Torelli, Rhys Auteri, Georgina Haig, Josh Quong Tart, Steve Mouzakis, Michael Ironside Running Time: 93 min. Rating: R ★★★ ½ (out of ★★★★) When actor David Dastmalchian momentarily drew attention away from Heath Ledger with his brief part as Joker's cackling, schizophrenic henchman in 2008's The Dark Knight, it was a reminder how even the smallest of roles can make a lasting impression. A few superhero movies later and we'd get a name to match the face, but it was ..read more
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Drive-Away Dolls
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1w ago
Director: Ethan Coen Starring: Margaret Qualley, Geraldine Viswanathan, Beanie Feldstein, Colman Domingo, Pedro Pascal, Bill Camp, Joey Slotnick, C.J. Wilson, Annie Gonzalez, Matt Damon Running Time: 84 min. Rating: R ★★½ (out of ★★★★)  Drive-Away Dolls is an entertainingly bad comedy from a talented director who makes it more tolerable than it has any right being. So much so that while watching you can't help but consider just how much worse this could have turned out with someone other than Ethan Coen at the controls. It's primarily about this bond between two lesbian friends, with the ..read more
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Fallout (Season 1)
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2w ago
Creators: Graham Wagner and Geneva Robertson Dworet Starring: Ella Purnell, Aaron Moten, Kyle MacLachlan, Moisés Arias, Xelia Mendes-Jones, Walton Goggins, Sarita Choudhury, Leslie Uggams, Johnny Pemberton, Zach Cherry, Annabel O'Hagan, Dave Register, Teagan Meredith, Frances Turner, Michael Cristofer, Mykelti Williamson, Cameron Cowperthwaite, Michael Emerson, Michael Rapaport, Dale Dickey, Jon Daly, Chris Parnell, Fred Armisen, Erik Estrada Original Airdate: 2024 ★★★★ (out of ★★★★)  Destroying any and all preconceived notions about the viability of popular video game adapta ..read more
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Bob Marley: One Love
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3w ago
Director: Reinaldo Marcus Green Starring: Kingsley Ben-Adir, Lashana Lynch, James Norton, Tosin Cole, Aston Barrett Jr., Anthony Welsh, Sevana, Hector Boots Lewis, Alexxa A-Game, Abijah "Naki Wailer" Livingston, Stefan A.D Wade, Michael Gandolfini Running Time: 107 min. Rating: PG-13 ★★½ (out of ★★★★) It's become commonplace for many to bemoan each new musical biopic as "paint by numbers," arguing they often fail in capturing the life and career of its subject. But you might have a whole new appreciation for those supposedly flawed films after viewing director Reinaldo Marcus Green's Bob ..read more
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Wonka
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3w ago
Director: Paul King Starring: Timothée Chalamet, Calah Lane, Keegan-Michael Key, Paterson Joseph, Matt Lucas, Matthew Baynton, Sally Hawkins, Rowan Atkinson, Jim Carter, Natasha Rothwell, Olivia Colman, Hugh Grant, Rich Fulcher, Rakhee Thakrar, Tom Davis Running Time: 116 min. Rating: PG ★★★ (out of ★★★★)  As the latest cinematic take on Roald Dahl's legendary children's book, Wonka surprisingly represents a best case scenario for another go-around with the material. Now far more associated with Gene Wilder's performance in 1971's Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory than th ..read more
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The Royal Hotel
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1M ago
Director: Kitty Green Starring: Julia Garner, Jessica Henwick, Toby Wallace, Hugo Weaving, Ursula Yovich, James Frecheville, Daniel Henshall, Baykali Ganambarr Running Time: 91 min. Rating: R  ★★½ (out of ★★★★) Kitty Green's The Royal Hotel doesn't really start until it's about ready to end, resulting in a slow burn that finally boils over before the credits roll. Less a traditional thriller than a series of misogynistic ordeals befalling its two protagonists, what unfolds is intelligently staged and performed. And yet, even with an atmosphere ripe for such a scenario, this impendin ..read more
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Lisa Frankenstein
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1M ago
Director: Zelda Williams Starring: Kathryn Newton, Cole Sprouse, Liza Soberano, Henry Eikenberry, Joe Chrest, Carla Gugino, Jenna Davis, Bryce Romero Running Time: 101 min. Rating: PG-13 ★★★ (out of ★★★★) Lisa Frankenstein's greatest asset comes in knowing exactly where its going and taking subversive detours to make it more fun than it has a right being. Aside from some minor pacing problems in its second half, Zelda Williams's feature directorial debut keeps the spotlight on whom it belongs, channeling the better aspects of classic 80's teen comedies like Weird Science with aesthetic and st ..read more
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Road House (2024)
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1M ago
Director: Doug Liman Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Daniela Melchior, Conor McGregor, Billy Magnussen, Jessica Williams, B.K. Cannon, Joaquim de Almeida, Austin Post, Lukas Gage, JD Pardo, Hannah Lanier, Kevin Carroll, Darren Barnet, Travis Van Winkle Running Time: 121 min. Rating: R ★★★ (out of ★★★★)   Whenever a cult classic is reimagined with modern sensibilities, response among devoted fans tends to be harsh, as so much of their appreciation stems from their memories watching it. Regardless of actual quality, 1989's Road House firmly fits in that category, where the viewing experien ..read more
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Anyone But You
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2M ago
Director: Will Gluck Starring: Sydney Sweeney, Glen Powell, Alexandra Shipp, GaTa, Hadley Robinson, Michelle Hurd, Dermot Mulroney, Darren Barnet, Bryan Brown, Rachel Griffiths, Charlee Fraser, Joe Davidson Running Time: 103 min. Rating: R ★★½ (out of ★★★★)   The most surprising detail about the romantic comedy Anyone But You is that it features two ascending talents who happen to have a lot of on screen chemistry. The premise isn't terrible either, especially when the focus remains on them rather than an overstuffed cast of exes, in-laws, siblings, spouses and parents. But even its lika ..read more
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Poor Things
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2M ago
Director: Yorgos Lanthimos Starring: Emma Stone, Mark Ruffalo, Willem Dafoe, Ramy Youssef, Christopher Abbott, Suzy Bemba, Jerrod Carmichael, Kathryn Hunter, Vicki Pepperdine, Margaret Qualley, Hanna Schygulla, Keeley Forsyth Running Time: 142 min. Rating: R ★★★ ½ (out of ★★★★) It's hard to pinpoint the exact moment Yorgos Lanthimos's Poor Things pivots from an extremely weird, Frankenstein-inspired horror fantasy into something really special, but you'll know when it gets there. An oddly acquired taste that only grows stronger with each wacky, sensational development, in some ways it stylist ..read more
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