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The Trial of the Chicago 7 (R)

Aaron Sorkin mixes a courtroom drama with the politics of the late 1960s in The Trial of the Chicago 7, […]

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The 40-Year-Old Version (R)

The 40-Year-Old Version (R) A nearly 40-year-old playwright feels stuck in her career and is facing life turmoil in The […]

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Ava (R) & Vampires vs. the Bronx (PG-13)

Ava (R) A lady assassin dealing with personal issues must keep herself from becoming the next target in Ava, a […]

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Enola Holmes (PG-13)

Enola Holmes (PG-13) The 16-year-old little sister to Mycroft and Sherlock Holmes searches for their vanished mother in Enola Holmes, […]

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Antebellum (R) & Unpregnant (PG-13)

Antebellum (R) Janelle Monáe gives a good performance in the murky, underdeveloped Antebellum. I don’t think I can avoid spoiling […]

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Mulan (PG-13)

A young woman becomes a warrior in Mulan, a very pretty, vaguely unsatisfying live-action remake of Disney’s 1998 animated movie. […]

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Tenet (PG-13)

Film Reviews by Amy Diaz John David Washington is exactly the A-list blend of dramatic gravitas and action chops that […]

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Bill & Ted Face the Music (PG-13)

Film Reviews by Amy Diaz Bill S. Preston, Esq., and Ted Theodore Logan are way old, dude, but are still […]

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The New Mutants (PG-13)

Film Reviews by Amy Diaz I got in my car and drove to an actual theater to see The New […]

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Boys State (PG-13)

Film Reviews by Amy Diaz Teenage boys who might be some degree of embarrassed by this movie when they are […]

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