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Bo Burnham: Inside (2021)

Such a tragedy provokes a tangled thicket of emotions, and Burnham spends 87 minutes hacking through them all, searching for something funny.

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Army of the Dead (2021)

Brace yourselves for a back-handed compliment, my friends: Zack Snyder’s shambling opus is actually kinda watchable.

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Cinemavino — Batman the Animated Series

Hey, everyone! Welcome to the fifth installment of our limited series taking a new look…

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Chaos Walking (2021)

I can’t tell if Chaos Walking is a good movie trapped in the body of…

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Cinemavino — Always

Fun, laid-back, and sweetly sentimental, I’ve always put Always in the underrated department. Sure, it has flaws. No one will put it on the same level as E.T. or Lincoln. Still, Always is not without its own quirky charm. We rewatch and discuss!

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Cruella (2021)

To paraphrase Patton Oswalt: I don’t need to know where Cruella comes from. I just love to hate the characters I hate to love.

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Stowaway (2021)

This is a talky, cerebral little film, and a showcase for good actors. It just happens to be set in space. Think of Stowaway on those terms, and you’re much less likely to be disappointed.

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The Woman in the Window (2021)
Two and Half Stars

Two very different movies lurk within The Woman in the Window, and neither is very…

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Cinemavino — Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow

Welcome back! This is Week 3 of our limited series, in which we take at…

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Georgetown (2019)

Some audiences may find this film to be too mannered and deliberate, but I enjoyed watching Christoph Waltz’s character spin the webs that will eventually ensnare him.

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