Alia Knight
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Aladdin

May 30, 2019
Disney live-action remakes are many things. Some are everything that is wonderful about childhood adapted for a more mature audience. Others
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Brightburn

May 30, 2019
If you think Brightburn sounds like Superman fan fiction, you’re mostly right. There are unapologetic parallels to a DC or Marvel
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The Biggest Little Farm

May 11, 2019
The Biggest Little Farm is a modern day rendition of a James Herriot story that speaks to the realities of sustainable
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Tolkien

May 9, 2019
Portraying the early years of one of the most famous writers in human history is a tall order, but Tolkien actually
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Review: Long Shot

May 5, 2019
Long Shot is one of those special films that makes a social or political statement in a delightfully charming and humorous
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Review: Happy Cleaners

May 1, 2019
Happy Cleaners seems to be an ironic name for this film. It depicts the experience of the Choi family, a Korean
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Review: Carmine Street Guitars

May 1, 2019
Carmine Street Guitars is a rare dose of feel-good in the modern theater. It brings you to a small oasis of
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The Curse of La Llorona: Review

April 21, 2019
The Curse of La Llorona is based on an authentic Latin folktale that has frightened children for generations. La Llorona (the
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Review: Shazam

April 15, 2019

Shazam has been searching for centuries for a pure-hearted champion to transfer his power to, but now that the Eye of Sin has been stolen, he has run out of time. He gives his powers to Billy, thereby allowing him to transform from a kid into an adult superhero by pronouncing the name "Shazam."

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Review: The Wandering Earth

February 7, 2019
The Wandering Earth is perhaps the most highly anticipated Sci-Fi film in Chinese cinema history. It stars Wu Jing, who was