The Guilty Review: Fuqua's 2021 Remake Doesn’t Hold A Candle To The Original

Without offering anything particularly interesting or nuanced, The Guilty still has enough to keep audiences engaged and on the edge of their seats.

TIFF Review: I'm Your Man Is Smart, Charming & Deceptively Deep

Heartwarming, elegant, and often profound in its exploration of loneliness and human connection, I’m Your Man is exquisitely charming and smart.

The Auschwitz Report Review: A Deeply Effective & Intense Historical Drama

The film, directed by Peter Bebjak from a screenplay he co-wrote with Jozef Pastéka and Tomás Bombík, is urgent, effective, and also deeply painful.

Birds Of Paradise Review: Not Quite Black Swan, But Seductively Entertaining

While Birds of Paradise stumbles in some areas, it then pirouettes into something darkly intriguing that will have viewers waiting on the next step.

TIFF Review: I'm Your Man Is Smart, Charming & Deceptively Deep

Heartwarming, elegant, and often profound in its exploration of loneliness and human connection, I’m Your Man is exquisitely charming and smart.

Dear Evan Hansen Review: A Messy Premise Can't Be Saved In Film Adaptation

Dear Evan Hansen goes for sincerity but it lacks awareness about its central character and has nothing interesting or deep to say about mental health.

No Time To Die Review: Daniel Craig's Bond Era Ends Personal & Explosive

Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing as Bond is replete with fantastic action sequences and an emotional center despite the final act being shaky.

Birds Of Paradise Review: Not Quite Black Swan, But Seductively Entertaining

While Birds of Paradise stumbles in some areas, it then pirouettes into something darkly intriguing that will have viewers waiting on the next step.

The Guilty Review: Fuqua's 2021 Remake Doesn’t Hold A Candle To The Original

Without offering anything particularly interesting or nuanced, The Guilty still has enough to keep audiences engaged and on the edge of their seats.

Dear Evan Hansen Review: A Messy Premise Can't Be Saved In Film Adaptation

Dear Evan Hansen goes for sincerity but it lacks awareness about its central character and has nothing interesting or deep to say about mental health.

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