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Wonder Woman 1984 (Movie Review)

Wonder Woman is now in the colorful, pop-in fused world of 1984 is this equally action-packed sequel that's hurt by a muddled storyline and weak villain.

Netflix Original: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Movie Review)

Director George C. Wolfe does a masterful job in realizing this dialogue-driven story without ever losing its dramatic tension.

Amazon Original: Uncle Frank (Movie Review)

A Southern coming-of-age story for its two main characters, a gay 40-ish New York university professor and his 18-year-old niece that vividly displays the 1970s attitudes of rural Southerners toward homosexuals.

Netflix Original: Hillbilly Elegy (Movie Review)

A young man's cross-generational journey from poor to successful lawyer in a world that his grandparents and parents had never known is successfully realized by a strong cast and deft direction.

The Witches (Movie Review)

A rather lame remake of Roald Dahl's classic fantasy that suffers from a change in location, script and direction subservient to CGI effects, and lack of characterization.

Netflix Original: Rebecca (Movie Review)

While this new version of 'Rebecca' is a fairly faithful adaptation of the du Maurier novel, it conveys very little of the Gothic horror that made the original film so completely chilling.

Apple Original: On the Rocks (Movie Review)

Sofia Coppola has delivered a comedy drama that is long on Bill Murray and pretty short on everything else as a philandering father attempts to convince his married daughter that her husband is also a philanderer.

Netflix Original: The Devil All the Time (Movie Review)

A Southern-Gothic that follows a poor family through a series of tragedies with vibes that recall the darker films of the Coen Brothers and Tarantino.

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