Screening: Daddy’s Home 2

This November the holidays come early with the release of Paramount Pictures’ DADDY’S HOME 2, the sequel to the 2015 comedy. Joining Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are John Lithgow and Mel Gibson who play their respective fathers who have come home for the holidays. Screening this Thursday in the Paramo...
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Thor: Ragnarok Review

Guardians of Asgard   Thor: Ragnarok is easily the best Thor movie, as the film gracefully borrows the comedy and music that has turned the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise into a huge success. Marvel studios understands that the Thor franchise has struggled to connect with the wider Marvel Cinema...
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The Snowmen Review

By: David Caneppa The Snowman is a crime thriller that may not live up to the hype of its literary counterpart. Based on the 2007 book by Norwegian author Jo Nesbo, the film centers on a serial killer that murders people with paternity issues. Detective Harry Hole leads the investigation to find Norway’...
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Happy Death Day Review

By: David Caneppa Happy Death Day is Scream crossed with Groundhog Day and Mean Girls. On her birthday, sorority girl Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) wakes up in the dorm room of Carter Davis (Israel Broussard), with whom she has presumably had a one-night stand. Tree comes off as the typical sorority sist...
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Super Dark Times Review

Review by Kaylee Ruiz Through playful banter and intense moments, a familiar plot gets a refreshing upgrade in Kevin Phillips’ Super Dark Times, where the director skillfully demonstrates how a single mistake can amplify the everyday struggles faced by teenagers. Set in the 1990’s, the film is filled wi...
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The Florida Project (NYFF Review)

The Florida Project – New York Film Festival Review By Adam Yuster “Celebrate good times, come on!” The opening credits of Sean Baker’s The Florida Project are set to “Celebration” by Kool and the Gang. A fitting choice – not, as one might think, because The Florida Project unfolds on the outskirts of W...
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American Made

It’s Not a Felony if Tom Cruise is the Lead. American Made reunites Director Doug Liman and International Star Tom Cruise in a scandalous, government affair highlighted by innovative and quirky filmmaking that captures the essence of the Reaganomics Era. While the narrative and overall pacing is excepti...
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