Review: Playmobil – The Movie

“Playmobil: The Movie” is a featherweight imitation of “The Lego Movie."

Review: Galaxy of Terror

“Galaxy of Terror” doesn’t aim for the stars, but it does leave an impression.

Review: The Vast of Night

Think of it as “The X-Files” by way of Archie Comics.

Review: The Secret Life of Pets 2

Perhaps it’s enough that "The Secret Life of Pets 2" will succeed in amusing children without annoying their parents.

Review: Marriage Story

Here’s something rare: a film that shows wit without glibness, precision without contrivance and warmth without sentimentality.

Review: Farinelli

The music is silky, yet forceful — the film, merely a gaudy spectacle.

Review: The Cat o’ Nine Tails

When “The Cat o’ Nine Tails” was released on Blu-ray in 2012, Argento remarked that it was his worst film. Perhaps he was right, but "The Cat o' Nine Tails" will still satisfy any viewer with a craving for Hitchcock al giallo.

Must coronavirus mean the end of movie night?

Netflix Party allows multiple viewers to watch a movie at the same time. The main drawback of this, of course, is that you’re limited to watching selections from Netflix’s hit-or-miss catalog of movies.
Mathieu Amalric and Julia Roy in "Never Ever."

Review: Never Ever

By now, movies about people gradually losing their minds should qualify for their own subgenre. But what does “Never Ever” bring to the table?

Review: M

Eerie and threatening, “M” is a film less about individuals than about systems.



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