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Into-the-forest-movie A Nice, Quiet Apocalypse

More apocalypse films like Into the Forest, please!

I enjoy the nitro-boosted chaos of the Mad Max series and the zombie hordes of “The Walking Dead” TV series. Even the never-ending series of Hollywood films about aliens arriving to ruin humanity’s fun occasionally offer some cheap thrills. But every now and then, it’s nice to see a quiet take on the apocalypse. Directed by Patricia Rozema, Into the Forest is...


Bourne Still-Bourne Action

Like passionless martial coitus or a zombie doing Zumba, Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass simply go through the motions with Jason Bourne, a film without purpose beyond profit. The titular character, although that’s not even his real name, has a personality that could comfortably fit inside a thimble and has allegedly impressive fighting abilities that are constantly filmed by a camera inside a dryer on the...


Absolutely-fabulous Dubiously Inferior

I had absolutely no idea what Absolutely Fabulous was before I saw the trailer a few weeks ago. The trailer was nothing special but, after some light research on the ever-reliable Wikipedia, it was fascinating to discover that Absolutely Fabulous was a “cult classic” BBC sitcom with a hardcore fan base. As a fairly eclectic film and television nerd, I was excited by the opportunity to watch a film like Absolutely...


22star-trek-beyond22-july-22 Squad Goals

Both the original “Star Trek” and “Star Trek: The Next Generation” got to warm up on the small screen before being called up to the big (screen) league. This not only gave their cinematic endeavors a heightened sense of importance, it fleshed out the depth of the crews’ overall mission and provided the real-life casts more frequent opportunities to congeal. In its third go-round, the rebooted, sexier (fine, Shatner...


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Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World

A classically "Herzog-ian" documentary about the Internet.

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B+

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Hell or High Water

Two brothers take to bank robbing, as an old lawman chases them down.

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Don't Think Twice

A comedy about comedians, this is just barely entertaining enough!

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B-

Kubo and the Two Strings

Another stop-motion animated gem from Laika that is simply gorgeous.

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A-

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The Nice Guys

The pulp noir gleeful misadventures of two jerks who unravel a conspiracy involving porn and climate change in the 1970s.

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A-

Indignation

A slow-burn movie about sexual awakening that never catches fire.

GRADE
D+

Under the Sun

A stealth documentary about North Korea that's among the year's best.

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A

Sausage Party

Sentient food do really gross things in this potent satire.

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A

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