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David is a film aficionado from Colchester, Connecticut. He enjoys writing, reading, analyzing, and of course, watching movies. His favorite genres are westerns, crime dramas, horror, and sci-fis. He also enjoys binge-watching TV shows on Netflix.

THE DISASTER ARTIST: Almost as Fun as THE ROOM Itself

The Disaster Artist is a painstakingly recreated and, above all, entertaining film about the making of Tommy Wiseau's cult classic The Room.

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JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE: Perfectly Passable Family-Friendly Fun

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is a surprising treat, modernizing the original film while also creating a fun, lively action-adventure.

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WONDER: Uneven, Sappy Drivel

Wonder may have all the trappings of passable family-friendly fare, but it is jumbled, unfocused, and far too unbelievably sappy.

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THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI: Brutal, Hilarious & Morally Complex

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a funny yet brutal film, presenting complex quandaries of grief, violence, and rage.

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THE LURE: The Mermaid Horror Musical You Didn't Know You Wanted

A reworking of The Little Mermaid, Agnieszka Smoczynska's The Lure is quite a unique and often spectacular cinematic treat.

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THE SNOWMAN: A Frigid & Dreary Film-Watching Experience

The Snowman, though with talent behind its production, ended up being an unfortunately jumbled and incoherent mess of a film.

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GERALD'S GAME: Yet Another Exemplary King Adaptation

Mike Flanagan's Gerald's Game, though not quite as dark as its source material, still showcases his talent for immersive horror film-making.

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NYFF 55 Centerpiece: WONDERSTRUCK

At NYFF, the series calls Genre Stories contains a plethora of short films, from sci-fis to horror, and made from a diversity of backgrounds.

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LAST FLAG FLYING: Momentarily Enjoyable, But Ultimately Forgettable

Last Flag Flying is an experience that likely won't stay with you for long, but it is pleasant enough viewing to recommend a watch.

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NYFF 55 Centerpiece: WONDERSTRUCK

David Fontana discusses four foreign films from this year's NYFF, ranging from a historical epic to a German take on the American Western.

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