REVIEW: The ‘Pieces of a Woman’ (2020) Don’t Add Up

As the film unfolds, “She’s Good” feels symptomatic of Pieces of a Woman’s overall disinterest in the layers of Martha’s emotions, especially her grief.

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REVIEW: ‘Hubie Halloween’ (2020) is Just Another Standard Happy Madison Romp

Obviously, people who already don’t like Adam Sandler are going to hate Hubie Halloween out of principle, but those who love and admire the Sandman are going to enjoy themselves.

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Between the Lines: ScreenplaySubs Creator Talks About the Value of Reading and Watching a Screenplay

I was fortunate enough to have a conversation with Egan Bisma, the person behind ScreenplaySubs, on the conception of the software, how it was made and the benefits of viewing a film in this particular way.

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REVIEW: ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’ (2020) is a Paradox of a Film

I’m Thinking of Ending Things is everything and nothing, meaningless but meaningful.

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How ‘The Good Place’ Ended The Nature versus Nurture Debate

‘The Good Place’ fiercely believes that every human being is capable of improving in the right environment; thus, proving in its own way that nurture prevails nature.

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‘The Half Of It’ (2020): How to Craft Coming-of-Age for LGBTQ+ Youth

For audiences to see themselves beyond every awkward misstep of their own teenage years, and instead be swept into an idealized adolescence is more than refreshing; it is needed.

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REVIEW: Oversaturated Writing is the Weakest Aspect of ‘The Kissing Booth 2’ (2020)

The Kissing Booth 2 is a prime example of a time where the streaming giant should have left a lot more on the cutting room floor.

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REVIEW: ‘Mucho Mucho Amor’ (2020) and the Eternal Magnetism of Walter Mercado

At 87 years old, Mercado exudes the same cosmic magnetism that has endeared Latin American audiences to his shows for decades.

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Netflix’s ‘The Politician’ (2020) and the Problems With Modern Democracy

The Voters is not only the story of mother and daughter, but of two starkly different generations in conversation, each trying to win the other over to their political point of view.

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REVIEW: ‘The Old Guard’ (2020) is a Much Needed Update to Superheroes

Out with the old, in with the new. The Old Guard is a wonderfully refreshing update to the superhero genre.

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