Tag: movie review
Spielberg’s West Side Story Doubles Down on Tragedy of Prejudice
Free Guy is Light-Hearted Take on Heavy Tech Issues
In The Heights Celebrates First-Gen Americans
Black Widow’s Performances and Familial Intimacy Lift Marvel Action Movie
Nomadland’s Humanity Drives Cinematic Brilliance
A Well-Crafted Action Movie, Run Hide Fight Contributes to Larger Discussion of School Violence
Revenge Thriller Promising Young Woman Challenges Thinking About Sexual Assault
Wonder Woman 1984 Lassoed by Sprawling Plot and Confused History
Mr. Jones Makes Compelling Case for Scrappy, Robust Journalism
Mulan’s Subtle Subversion Withstands Beijing’s Censors
Supreme Court Ruckus Got You Down? Queue Up These Movies
Antiwar Message of The Dawn Patrol Still Resonates 82 Years Later
Personal Freedom and Liberty Anchor Brave New World
Lessons from Wilford Brimley’s Best Performance
Created Equal Provides Long Overdue Balance to Clarence Thomas’s Narrative
Just Mercy Provides Stark Warning About Death Penalty Injustice
The Stand at Paxton County Puts Leftist Activism at Center of Corruption Drama
Waco Demonstrates the Real Dangers of Militarizing Law Enforcement
Queen and Slim’s Cynicism Should Prompt Serious Discourse on Race and Criminal Justice
Harriet Breathes Life into Call for Liberty
Parasite Makes Worthy Run for Best Picture Academy Award
Jojo Rabbit’s Humanism Lifts Parody of Nazi Germany
Cinematic Excellence Gives 1917 the Brutal Realism of War
Bombshell Bombs With Too Much Hollywood, Too Little Real Life
Little Women Shows Timelessness of “Coming of Age”

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