CINECITY REVIEW: ‘Waves (2019)’ Stands Alone As a Tremendous Piece of Film-making

Trey Edward Shults (It Comes at Night, Krisha) has made his name by exploring complicated family dynamics in the past, but none have been so powerful as his latest work, Waves.

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REVIEW: In Trippy Sci-Fi Thriller ‘The Fare’, Destination Takes A Back Seat To Destiny

Sometimes the journeys we’re destined to take together are more significant than the destination itself.

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The Top 10 Dance Scenes in Musical Films

Each is jaw-droppingly good, demonstrating years of training and hours of painstaking rehearsal to achieve the celebration of movement and technical expertise that still wows audiences today

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REVIEW: With ‘Parasite’, Bong Joon-Ho Fashions a Genuine Jaw Dropper

“[Bong Joon-Ho has] crafted an indelible soul-whipper, a tale primed to have a profound cultural resonance. “ Right off the bat, let me say that Bong Joon-Ho’s Parasite is an absolute supernova; an explosion of talent and brilliance and incisive commentary that we don’t get very often. It’s worth seeing, and is probably best first viewed without…

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‘Joker’ (2019): Exploring the Controversies Behind the Joaquin Phoenix Feature

Critics who have dared to discuss their dislike of the film have been subject to online slander from those who brand it a masterpiece.

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REVIEW: ‘Red Letter Day’ Delivers Paranoia and Gore But the Rest Gets Lost in the Mail

As it was, Red Letter Day was fine.

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