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September 23, 2019

Courtesy of the Toronto International Film Festival 

Comitting crimes to feel like you’re doing something good is the impotence to Corey Finely’s wildly entertaining “Bad Education,” which is based on the 2002 embezzlement scandal that rocked Roslyn High School in Long Is...

September 23, 2019

Courtesy of Netflix 

Trying desperately to be “The Big Short,” Steven Soderbergh's “The Laundromat” is a rare miss for both the filmmaker and his entourage of strong performers including Antonio Banderas, Gary Oldman, and even the queen herself, Meryl Streep. 


September 20, 2019

Courtesy of Disney/Fox 

Though disguised in the ruse of a racing picture, James Mangold’s fun, though not necessarily groundbreaking, “Ford V Ferrari” is really a character study on two men, Caroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and Ken Miles (Chrisitan Bale) who effectively steered...

September 17, 2019

Courtesy of A24

Those who say Adam Sandler can’t act shouldn’t look further than “Uncut Gems,” The Safdie Brothers ferocious, mind dizzying, and cocaine-fueled roller coaster trifecta. In the film, Sandler - in what is easily the comedians best performance since probably...

September 16, 2019

Courtesy of Netflix 

As some knew, Rudy Ray Moore was a legendary figure when it came to comedy and producing cult films. I hadn’t known much about the icon prior to seeing his story in the excellent “Dolemite is My Name.” What I found out was that he was more than a blax...

September 14, 2019

Courtesy of Lionsgate

Fresh off the critical and box office success of “The Last Jedi,” Rian Johnson can retroactively get away with murder, which is exactly what he’s doing in his whodunit caper “Knives Out.” Though the filmmaker stacks his cast high and low with the lik...

September 14, 2019

Courtesy of Fox Searchlight  

Not afraid to take a big swing for the fences, writer and director Taika Waiti pulls off the near impossible with his zany satire “Jojo Rabbit” - a Holocaust comedy with the energy of Charlie Chaplin’s “The Great Dictator” and the spirit and...

September 12, 2019

Courtesy of Warner Bros. 

Todd Phillips’ edgy dive into the DC comics realm with his subversive, and sure to be audience-dividing, “Joker” shows signs of a filmmaker and actor touching on the surface of something special. Yet for as wildly ambitious as “Joker” is, it’s an...

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