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Black Panther (2018)

lack Panther connects with a rare one-two punch by featuring one of the friggin’ coolest…

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BlacKkKlansman (2018)

here is no present or future–only the past, happening over and over again–now.”  Eugene O’Neill’s…

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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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Bad Boys for Life (2020)

nybody who’s seen enough sitcoms will be familiar with a clip show:  At some point,…

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Just Mercy (2019)

Mercy flirts with all these flaws, but the filmmakers thankfully show just enough restraint to let the power of its source material shine through.  

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Underwater (2020)

This instantly invokes the openings of Alien and The Abyss, two classic movies that only remind us of everything this one lacks.

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Raiders of the Hidden Donald Trump Fetish Doll

I don’t know if this idea warrants anything more than a few weird minutes, but I am definitely curious to see the angry tweets it generates.  

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Onward (2020)

While it can’t hit and hold the same high notes as its classic predecessors, fans of the genre will find that Onward is still better than just about anything out there.

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Richard Jewell (2019)

Ultimately, Richard Jewell plays like an immense tragedy, the garbage-strewn mess left after a media circus moves its dog-and-pony show somewhere else.

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