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‘Jungle Cruise’ Combines Metallica, Werner Herzog References, And Pro Wrestling To Surprisingly Good Effect
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‘Roadrunner’ Sees Anthony Bourdain Chasing An Illusion, While We In Turn Chase The Illusion Of Anthony Bourdain
Attack Of The Killer Cicadas!: ‘Alien’ Meets ‘Armageddon’ In The Big, Dumb, Beautiful ‘The Tomorrow War’
Steven Soderbergh’s ‘No Sudden Move’ Is A Stylish Nothing Burger About Men In Hats
‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Brings Back Old School Suspense One Leaf Crunch At A Time
Hulu’s ‘Plan B’ Combines ‘Raunchy Teen Sex Comedy’ With The ‘Very Special Episode’
It’s Time To Talk About ‘Those Who Wish Me Dead,’ The Angelina Jolie Smokejumper Movie
Mikey Alfred’s Gorgeous Debut ‘North Hollywood’ Gives Gen Z LA Skaters The ‘American Graffiti’ Treatment
Billy Crystal And Tiffany Haddish Star In ‘Here Today,’ A Middling Attempt At A Woody Allen-Lite Rom-Com
‘Wrath Of Man’ Reteams Jason Statham And Guy Ritchie In A Compellingly Weird Clash Of Styles
Tom Clancy And Taylor Sheridan Collide In Whatever ‘Without Remorse’ Is Supposed To Be
With The 2021 Oscars, 2020 Finally Died An Overdue Drawn Out Death
‘Mortal Kombat’ Is Pointless, Idiotic, Gross, And Fun
Netflix’s ‘Stowaway’ Is A Nerve-Wracking ‘Sophie’s Choice’ In Space
‘Kid Candidate’ Is An Offbeat, Heartwarming Documentary About Our Inexorably Broken Political System
The Space Teens Are Dangerously Horny In Neil Burger’s Scattered, Lord Of The Flies-Esque ‘Voyagers’