Movie Review: X
X.
My first thought to myself - alert, energized and to be sure alive, me - as I exited the theater after a watch of the new slasher film, X, was: Is horror having a moment right now, in 2022?
Movie Review: The Batman
The Batman.
What could the filmmakers possibly do with this pop culture icon that hasn’t already been done (at least to some degree)?
     


 
 
Movie Review: Moonfall
Moonfall
I sort of adore this movie, like few before it.
Review: Matrix Resurrections
The Matrix Resurrections
Does Neo control the Matrix or is it the Matrix that controls Neo?
Movie Reviews: Scream
Scream
Our staff had a lot of feelings about Scream...

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November Forecast
November is a simple, if now historic, month: it begins with what's turned out to be the greatest Marvel Cinematic Universe film ever.
The #1 Movie in America
Sahara
“Sahara,” the 2005 action-adventure flick starring Matthew McConaughey and Penelope Cruz, made $68.6 million. It was the 35th top-grossing film of that year.
The Many Saints of Newark
The Many Saints of Newark
“The Many Saints of Newark" is a solid albeit not exactly electrifying crime film.
The #1 Movie in America
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
It’s tough to imagine a time when “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and “Pretty Woman” were locked in an extended battle for multiplex supremacy.
October Forecast
October Forecast
At this point in the game, it may or may not seem unusual that possibly the biggest, baddest, most blockbustery month of 2021 shall be... October.
Review: Vacation Friends
Vacation Friends
“Vacation Friends” is a happy, harmless, “everyone involved looks like they’re having a good time” ensemble comedy.
#1 Movie in America
Enchanted
There’s a very plausible alternate universe where perennial Oscar bridesmaid Amy Adams has a Best Actress trophy.
September Forecast
Malignant
A kinder, gentler, quieter, September 2021 is what we get, a breather from the upstart and colorful August behind us.
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July 5, 2022
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  1889:

Jean Cocteau, seminal French avant-garde director, is born in Maisons-Lafitte, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France.

1941:

Warner's cartoon The Heckling Hare, starring Bugs Bunny, is released. The last cartoon completed by Tex Avery at Warner Bros, it had the infamous "Here we go again!" unresolved ending that got Avery fired by the series producer, Leon Schlesinger (and the end of the cartoon cut).


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