The Photograph is an enjoyable enough love story, and sweet enough to indulge in during a holiday dedicated to candy hearts.
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Predictions for the craziest Oscars in years.
While it does remind one of the fun mechanics of the 2018 release in this series, it too often pales in comparison, feeling like an echo of greatness more than greatness itself.
The newest on Blu-ray and DVD, including Bohemian Rhapsody, A Star is Born, and Overlord.
You may have forgotten how hysterically funny this spoof of film documentaries from Bill Hader, Fred Armisen, and Seth Meyers can be. It won’t be long before you remember.
A tribute to Bruno Ganz.
For now, the jury is still out, and it doesn’t look good.
A review of the long-anticipated Disney video game, Kingdom Hearts III.
A review of DC Universe's newest superhero show.
A review of TBS' comedy Miracle Workers, starring Steve Buscemi and Daniel Radcliffe.
The latest on Blu-ray and DVD, including Boy Erased, Suspiria, The Sisters Brothers, Widows, and a Criterion edition of In the Heat of the Night.