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Artemis Fowl (2020)

It was like watching Wile E. Coyote climb into one of his homemade catapults, where feelings of disaster and dread are just part of the experience.

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Escape Room (2019)

As long as you can just power off your brain, relax, and surrender to this film’s powerful sense of goofiness, you might find yourself in a junk food coma, as well.

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Gettysburg (1993)

No movie could truly capture the Shakespearean scope of those few days, but Gettysburg does much to bottle the mind-boggling fury for public consumption.

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Irresistible (2020)

Irresistible ends up being decent fun, but I was hoping for so much more.

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Glory (1989)
Five Stars

No movie has ever captured the awkward, undulating terror of a pitched Civil War battle with the precision this one does

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You Should Have Left (2020)
Two and Half Stars

f I had to pick one movie genre to cast onto the ice floes, it…

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The King of Staten Island (2020)

The movie takes Pete Davidson and moves him into an alternate reality, one where a tragedy has rendered him physically and spiritually inert.

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Malcolm X (1992)
Five Stars

Malcolm X is as ambitious in scope as any biopic ever made, ranking alongside the likes of Gandhi and Lawrence of Arabia.

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The High Note (2020)

The High Note hums with real chemistry between the romantic leads and an infectious affection for good music that really put the hook in me.

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The Assistant (2020)

“Of course I’m respectable.  I’m old.  Politicians, ugly buildings, and whores all get respectable if…

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