Parasite
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Parasite (2019)

By the time this cinematic cyclone has effectively devastated us, the only thing we can do with all this sadness and shock is laugh at the perfect symmetry of it all.

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Marriage Story
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Marriage Story (2019)

An even blend of wry and wrenching, this is great film that examines what happens after the story of a marriage ends.  

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1917 (2019)
Five Stars

This film is not for the squeamish, but for those who can withstand its sudden jolts of adrenaline, director Sam Mendes delivers gripping entertainment, and an awe-inspiring cinematic achievement.

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little women
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Little Women (2019)
Five Stars

Ebullient, moving, and exquisitely crafted, writer-director Greta Gerwig delivers the best and brightest Little Women we’ll ever need.

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The Two Popes (2019)

The Two Popes presents a convergence, wherein a man with a crisis of faith intersects…

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Bombshell
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Bombshell (2019)

It may not be perfect, but Bombshell still packs a punch.  A man like Roger Ailes can rationalize, he can obfuscate, but he can’t outrun the white light of truth.

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019)

The Rise of Skywalker knows all the proper ingredients to use.  It just doesn’t know when to stop pouring them into the vat.

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Cats (2019)

I’ll just go ahead and join the cat-cophony:  The decision to slather Cats in creepy CGI hobbles it right out of the gate.

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6 Underground (2019)

Underground continues the eternal battle, wherein Michael Bay pits sound and fury against mind and spirit….

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Jumanji: The Next Level
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Jumanji: The Next Level (2019)

While Jumanji: The Next Level hits a lot of the same high notes as its surprisingly tolerable predecessor, it also feels overlong, mechanical, and contrived.

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