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Sweet Street Sweet Street Barry Jenkins’ follow-up to Moonlight is one of 2018’s best January 17, 2019
Bedside Manner Bedside Manner The Big Sick pushes the “in sickness and in health” thing to the limit July 20, 2017
The Good, the Bad and the Crappy The Good, the Bad and the Crappy Our intrepid critic ponders the lineup of films scheduled for 2014 release January 02, 2014
Worthy of the Hype Worthy of the Hype 'The Avengers' may be the best superhero flick ever May 03, 2012
Super Crap Super Crap Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a messy movie with a lame ending March 31, 2016
Wasted Time Wasted Time A beloved sci-fi novel goes sideways in the transition to the big screen March 15, 2018

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  • Sweet Street

    Barry Jenkins’ follow-up to Moonlight is one of 2018’s best
      If Beale Street Could Talk is one of 2018's most beautiful, most well-rounded, most enriching cinematic experiences, and it begs to be seen on a big movie screen.
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  • Troubled Vision

    Despite Sandra Bullock’s fine work, Bird Box is better off unseen
      Sandra Bullock puts her supreme talents in a Netflix sensation movie that is only half-good with Bird Box
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  • Nanny Dearest  1

    Emily Blunt’s Mary Poppins is a practically perfect variation
      Casting Emily Blunt as the iconic title character in Mary Poppins Returns, a sequel 54 years in the making, proves to be a stroke of genius.
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  • A Brush With Insanity

    At Eternity’s Gate is a portrait of the artist as a mad man.
      Who better than director Julian Schnabel and actor Willem Dafoe to present the final days of painter Vincent Van Gogh? This turns out to be the perfect duo to tell one of art history’s strangest stories.
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  • Inescapable Web

    You’ll be stuck to your seat for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
      While Tom Holland’s live action Spider-Man remains in limbo due to that infamous Thanos finger snap, Sony Pictures ups the ante on the Spidey franchise with the eye-popping, all-around-ingenious Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, one of 2018’s greatest cinematic surprises.
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