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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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Review: Avengers: Infinity War

Despite my familiarity with the MCU, the sheer breadth of Infinity War makes it impossible to get emotionally invested in the story.

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Review: Isle of Dogs

Isle of Dogs bares all the traits of Anderson’s typical work: youth activism, traumatic childhoods, paternal responsibility, etc. You could say it’s the most “Wes Anderson film” to date.

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Review: Annihilation

Annihilation is both dreamy and nightmarish, complex yet universal, fascinating yet terrifying. It’s like a crossbreed between Aronofsky, Villeneuve and Cronenberg.

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Review: I, Tonya

I, Tonya develops a questionable narrative around a controversial figure and suggests that we should look at her as a role model.

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Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Despite receiving numerous accolades, including seven Oscar nominations, Three Billboards has found itself immersed in controversy, drawing both best-of-the-year claims and accusations of racism.

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