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Review: 'Kate' is Fun, But Hopelessly Confused

Review: 'Kate' is Fun, But Hopelessly Confused

MOVIES | By Derek Deskins | Sep 10
When this film relishes its skills, it's a stylish hyper violent thrill ride bathed in neon lights that's so exhilarating you'll have to fight the urge to shout words of encouragement at the screen.

Review: 'Zack Snyder's Justice League' Gets It Right

Review: 'Zack Snyder's Justice League' Gets It Right

MOVIES | By JC Alvarez | Sep 7
The fans have spoken! After an online campaign no one imagined, HBO Max reboots the DC Cinematic Universe, setting things right with the ultimate DC heroes!

Review: 'He's All That' a Shallow, Soulless Retread

Review: 'He's All That' a Shallow, Soulless Retread

MOVIES | By Padraic Maroney | Aug 27
"He's All That" may lead to you craving something due to its overt product placements, but it won't be to finish their shallow, soulless retread.

Review: Academia, English, Ageism, and Alcoholism in Amanda Peet's 'The Chair'

Review: Academia, English, Ageism, and Alcoholism in Amanda Peet's 'The Chair'

TELEVISION | By Karin McKie | Aug 20
Sandra Oh takes charge of Pembroke University's English department.

Review: 'CODA' Welcomes Us into a Family We May Never Forget

Review: 'CODA' Welcomes Us into a Family We May Never Forget

MOVIES | By Jocelyn Noveck | Aug 17
If there's a flaw to "CODA," it may be that it wears its brimming heart on its sleeve and sometimes verges on the formulaic. But then again, so what?

Review: 'Homeroom' a Vital Cinéma-Vérité Document

Review: 'Homeroom' a Vital Cinéma-Vérité Document

MOVIES | By Karin McKie | Aug 12
Peter Nick's third cinéma-vérité Oakland documentary skillfully captures the promise and pain of high school students navigating Black Lives Matter, COVID, and graduation.

Review: 'Star Trek: Lower Decks' Goes Boldly, and Brashly, into Season Two

Review: 'Star Trek: Lower Decks' Goes Boldly, and Brashly, into Season Two

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | Aug 12
Madcap, warp-speed fun in in store with the show's sophomore season, which continues on the same frenetic adult comedy trajectory charted by Season One.

Review: His Name is 'Luca,' and He's a Charmer

Review: His Name is 'Luca,' and He's a Charmer

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Aug 3
"Luca" is undeniably the gayest movie Disney has ever made, even if they don't come out and say it - and that's a good thing.

Review: 'McCartney 3,2,1' Focusses On The Songs

Review: 'McCartney 3,2,1' Focusses On The Songs

TELEVISION | By Rob Lester | Aug 1
An informal, informative Q and A session with topics cued by snippets of legendary recordings.

Review: 'Schmigadoon!' - For the Lovers and Haters of Musicals

Review: 'Schmigadoon!' - For the Lovers and Haters of Musicals

TELEVISION | By Rob Lester | Jul 30
With tongue very much in cheek, the limited series from Apple TV+ is all about an alternate universe wherein daily life and communication takes more than a page from Broadway musicals.

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