Monthly Archives: July 2018

Review: Thoroughbreds

Even now, I struggle to classify Thoroughbreds under conventional genres. It has its own sense of tempo and tone, like Ghost World but with a murderous slant.

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Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp

Most of the unique identity from the first movie has been stripped away, leaving behind a bland, generic comedy movie that shares all the same problems of other Hollywood-produced comedies.

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Review: Incredibles 2

Incredibles 2 wasn’t designed to blow away our expectations, but to affirm everything we enjoyed from the first movie. It’s cute, fun and exciting, but it’s also wholly disappointing.

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Short Review: Bao

Bao isn’t particularly deep or provocative, but it does give Western audiences an intimate glimpse at a culture they are likely unfamiliar with.

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