The Glorias Review – Gloria Steinem’s Biopic Takes An Unwelcome Route

In The Glorias, the star-studded spend most of their time on the tries their best to make something great, but ultimately fail due to the script’s shortcomings.

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The Broken Hearts Gallery Review: A RomCom without the Enjoyable Parts

The only broken heart is mine after seeing this film’s wasted potential. Read my review for The Broken Hearts Gallery.

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Secret Society of Second-Born Royals Review: A Shining Example of Why Disney Channel Original Movies No Longer Work

If you have Disney+ and preteens at home, Disney Channel’s latest Original Movie, Secret Society of Second-Born Royals provides enough entertainment to keep them occupied for two hours.

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The Artist’s Wife Review: A Half-Painted Picture

In Tom Dolby’s latest, the visuals and score are some of the best parts of the film, but anytime it focuses on anything else, The Artist’s Wife, fails to paint a full picture.

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Kajillionaire Review: A Study in A Life of Crime

With Miranda July’s Kajillionaire, Focus Features gives moviegoers a superb acting showpiece, that falls apart if you think about it too hard.

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Around the Sun Review: The Center of the Universe As A Thesis

In Around the Sun, director Oliver Krimpas tries to rewrite the romantic drama genre but is held back by an overwritten script.

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The New Mutants Review: These Mutants Should’ve Been Left Alone

In the final X-Men film from 20th Century Studios, director Josh Boone delivers a cliche superhero flick not worth your time.

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You Cannot Kill David Arquette Review: Stepping Into the Ring of Addiction, Emotional Trauma and the Huge World of Wrestling

In the stupendous documentary You Cannot Kill David Arquette, David Arquette goes back into the ring to begin to heal.

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Bill & Ted Face the Music Review: A Most Excellent Sequel

Among a world that is not excellent, Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter return to the Bill & Ted franchise to impart some wisdom, and rock on in this fantastic sequel from Orion Pictures.

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Words on Bathroom Walls Review

Words on Bathroom Walls gets serious with it’s mental health discussion and is one of the best acted young adult films of the year.

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The One and Only Ivan Review

In Disney’s The One and Only Ivan, there are some stellar performances, CG and cinematography, but the script and direction holds it back.

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Chemical Hearts Review

“I do not love you as if you were the salt-rose, topaz, or arrow of carnations that propagate fire

I love you as certain dark things are to be loved, in secret, between the shadow and the soul”

These words are also a perfect example of what kind of film you’re signing up for when you go to stream Chemical Hearts on Amazon Prime Video. It’s a story of the definition of love and what happens when your heart is broken.

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