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The Mattachine Family Review: A Heartwarming LGBTQ Indie Film About Chosen Families

Inspiring and filled with emotion, The Mattachine Family stands out for its great premise and powerful cast.

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Pet Sematary Bloodlines Review: A Stephen King Prequel That Should Have Stayed Dead

Pet Sematary: Bloodlines is a disappointing prequel that doesn't offer any scares. It's rushed, overly dramatic, and ends with a lackluster final act.

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The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar Review: Wes Anderson's Roald Dahl Adaptation Will Be an Oscar Favorite

The acclaimed filmmaker returns to peak form with an upbeat, quite literal transformation of Dahl's words from text to screen.

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Household Saints Review: A Generational Drama That Mixes Pinochle With Religious Madness

Using Sicilian culture as a storytelling vehicle, director Nancy Savoca surely knows how to weave in and out of the traumas behind an old family tale.

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The Fall of the House of Usher Review: Mike Flanagan Returns with Another Hit

The Fall of the House of Usher is one of Flanagan's best, boasting haunting imagery, a captivating narrative, and a phenomenal cast.

The Origin Of Evil Review: A Twisted Comedy Thriller You Need to See

It's Succession meets Agatha Christie in The Origin of Evil, a delightful French romp about a dysfunctional family on the brink.

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No One Will Save You Review: Hulu’s New Alien Invasion Film Is A Terrifying Worldless Wonder

Kaitlyn Dever turns in a commanding performance in this smart sci-fi horror film about alien intruders.

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All of Us Strangers Review: A Powerfully Emotional Journey of Acceptance

Adam (Andrew Scott) falls in love with Harry (Paul Mescal) while somehow reuniting with his deceased parents (Jamie Bell, Claire Foy).

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Still Up Review: Prepare to Fall in Love with This Delightful New Comedy

Still Up lays on the charm in a heartwarming series about two people bonded together by their insomnia.

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Sex Education Season 4 Review: A Gut-Busting and Emotional Final Season

Sex Education continues to prove why its among Netflix's best in this hilarious, and emotional final season.

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Expend4bles Review: Statham Takes Charge in By-the-Numbers Return to Hard-R Rating

Stallone, 50 Cent, and Megan Fox also highlight a return to form for the latest installment, though "franchise fatigue" is a bit of a factor here.

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Inspector Sun and the Curse of the Black Widow: A Wildly Creative Arachnid Adventure

Inspector Sun (Ronny Chieng) must find a murderer on a transpacific flight from Shanghai to San Francisco in 1934.

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It Lives Inside Review: A Memorably Creepy Thrill

Director Bishal Dutta mostly avoids typical tropes and delivers a spine-chiller steeped in Hindu mythology.

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The Gold Review: Fascinating Yet Occasionally Weighed Down by Its Complex Story

Engaging but complicated, it's the stellar cast that truly elevates The Gold, which tracks the fallout of the infamous 1983 British gold heist.

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The Critic Review: Sir Ian McKellen's Most Despicable Character Yet [TIFF 2023]

The Critic stars Ian McKellen in the titular role as he teams up with a struggling stage actress, played by Gemma Arterton, to salvage their careers.

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The Continental Review: The World of John Wick Expands

The Continental eases audiences into more stories in the John Wick universe with new takes on fan favorites, even if it lacks the signature style.

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Memory Review: Peter Sarsgaard Shines and Devastates in This Story of Love and Trauma

Memory is a unique love story that sees Jessica Chastain and Peter Sarsgaard playing two people battling different traumas and mental health concerns.

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Barber Review: A Thriller with Compelling Characters but Little Mystery

Barber is an Irish thriller that sports a lackluster mystery, but offers an intriguing character drama with a fantastic performance from Aidan Gillen.

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Cats of Malta Review: Exploring Human Selflessness Through Furry Felines

Director Sarah Jayne's animal-based documentary may have a few storytelling missteps, but the cats are endearing enough to distract.

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The Super Models Review: An Inspiring Look Into the Journeys of Four Iconic Models

Apple TV+'s The Super Models is an inspiring and compelling documentary about the most iconic models in the industry.

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