In honor of President’s Day we’re taking a look at one of our favorite films of the past year featuring the ins and outs of politics and a presidential campaign, Long Shot.
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In honor of Valentine’s Day we’ve got a list of films to watch today no matter what you’re looking for. From classic romantic dramas to films that help ya get through the day alone, we’ve got ya covered.
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The ladies of Poor Man’s Spoiler have put together a perfect list of films to celebrate Galentines Day.
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The Two Popes is about more than the roles of two powerful men within the Catholic Church. It’s about what it means to be a human reaching out to a higher power.
Continue reading “The Two Popes” Review – Do You Hear What I Hear? →
Director Maggie Levin’s entry for Hulu’s Into The Dark is a fun and bloody example of how horror films can mean more than violence and gore.
Continue reading “My Valentine” Review – A Bloody Neon Tale of Reclamation →
Parasite and director Bong Joon Ho broke some major records at last night’s Oscars. Check out our thoughts and the full list of winners here.
Continue reading 92 Academy Awards Winners: Parasite Wins Big! →
Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is officially in theaters! But is it another Suicide Squad or is it a Wonder Woman?
Continue reading “Birds of Prey” Review: A Raucous Roller-coaster of Joy →
Check out our interview with the brilliant writer-director of Hulu’s Into the Dark: My Valentine, Maggie Levin.
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