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Peninsula (2020) Review

Peninsula is a wacky standalone sequel that doesn’t quite manage to marry camp and drama in a meaningful way.

The Rental (2020) Review

Dave Franco has a decent career ahead of him based on his horror-fest directorial debut of The Rental.

My Spy (2020) Review

My Spy is both sappy and occasionally clever, led by two charismatic and likable leads.

Palm Springs (2020) Review

Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti bring gravitas to a silly-but-totally-works premise in Palm Spring.

Greyhound (2020) Review

Tom Hanks is as enigmatic as ever in Greyhound, amid a sometimes tepid and generic script.

Hamilton (Disney+) (2020) Review

Hamilton as a production may have flaws, but this adaptation is a great way to experience it, and I hope more plays follow suit.

The Vast of Night (2019) Review

More than just a sci-fi romp, The Vast of Night transports you to a believable world.

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020) Review

There aren’t enough laughs to last a full two hours, but Eurovision Song Contest has heart.

Shirley (2020) Review

Moss is mesmerizing as usual, but quite a bit of Shirley is much ado about nothing when she’s not on screen.

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