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BLAME: A Tour De Force From Quinn Shepherd

Quinn Shephard's Blame is an admirable debut feature, utilizing the

THE 15:17 TO PARIS: A Messy, Bizarre and Formalistically Daring Masterpiece

Clint Eastwood's The 15:17 to Paris has been largely trashed


While nowhere near the best picture of 2018, Fifty Shades Freed does prove itself to be a tantalizing, sultry, and seductive conclusion to the

The Boy Downstairs might be much more adept at comedy than romance, yet first-time writer-director Sophie Brooks tells her story with appealing simplicity, and

The story of Braven may sound all-too-familiar, yet its wintry setting, inventive action sequences, and a strong presence by Jason Momoa and supporting cast help

Although The Penguin Counters showcases a sense of wonderment for its central research expedition, it fails to fully capture the importance of this mission

If viewed out of the context of recent events, Rebels on Pointe is an enjoyable and inspirational look inside the world of a unique

The Golden Bear winning, Oscar nominated On Body and Soul is one of the most bizarre love stories in recent memory. It's a treat

Permission manages to explore the intricacies of open relationships in a non-judgemental way, portraying a realistic relationship as far from classic romcom tropes as

Maze Runner: The Death Cure wraps up the series nicely, and despite any plotholes, it doesn’t completely fall apart. With this genre producing so many