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Soylent Green (1973) (Classic Film Review)

Our latest classic film review takes a look at the infamous Charlton Heston vehicle Soylent Green.

Homewrecker (Movie Review)

An engaging and at times shocking spiral into the cynical, hilarious, and even unhinged parts of contemporary obsession.

A Good Woman is Hard to Find (Movie Review)

A powerful, stylish, slow-burning, feminist revenge thriller has Sarah Bolger giving on one of her best performances.

Blow the Man Down (Movie Review)

Death and deceit in a small Maine fishing village wrapped in a murder mystery lace this successful feature-debut dark comedy from Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy.

Klute (1971) (Classic Film Review)

We explore this 1971 crime thriller that earned Jane Fonda a Best Actress award.

The Last Thing He Wanted (Movie Review)

A confusing adaptation of Joan Didion's political thriller

The Gentlemen (Movie Review)

Guy Ritchie at his old-style best with a story of drug world scheming, double-crossing, and plot twists filled with colorful characters.

The Godfather: Part III (1990) (Classic Film Review)

Marialena brings her exploration of Coppola's sprawling crime family saga to a close with the controversial third and final entry in the triptych.

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