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Review: 'Star Wars: The Bad Batch' a Compelling New Corner of the Sci-Fi Universe

Review: 'Star Wars: The Bad Batch' a Compelling New Corner of the Sci-Fi Universe

TELEVISION | By JC Alvarez | May 4
The Star Wars saga continues. Following the events of the Clone War, the army that battled for Republic has now turned on the Jedi — but not all of the warriors are on the side of evil.

Review: 'Things Heard & Seen' is Haunted by Shortfalls

Review: 'Things Heard & Seen' is Haunted by Shortfalls

MOVIES | By Megan Kearns | Apr 30
This haunted house film conveys a commendable message about misogyny. Unfortunately, it lacks propulsion, underutilizes its cast, and doesn't tell its story in a compelling way.

Review: 'Shadow And Bone' Translates Nicely to the Screen

Review: 'Shadow And Bone' Translates Nicely to the Screen

TELEVISION | By Kitty Drexel | Apr 23
This Netflix series is a mashup of novels "Shadow and Bone" and "Six of Crows," by Leigh Bardugo.

Review: 'Mortal Kombat' Gives the Video Game Dynamic Movie Treatment

Review: 'Mortal Kombat' Gives the Video Game Dynamic Movie Treatment

MOVIES | By JC Alvarez | Apr 23
The highly anticipated feature film reboot of the revolutionary video game proves that the franchise that's been kicking around for decades still has a lot of fight left in it.

Review: Kate Winslet Excels in New HBO Max Series 'Mare Of Easttown'

Review: Kate Winslet Excels in New HBO Max Series 'Mare Of Easttown'

TELEVISION | By Roger Walker-Dack | Apr 18
In a rare TV appearance, Oscar winner Kate Winslet plays a detective who seemingly has the all the problems of the town to solve.

Review: 'The Banishing' is a Muted, Ghostly Affair

Review: 'The Banishing' is a Muted, Ghostly Affair

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Apr 16
"The Banishing" should have banished half of its ideas in an effort to tell a story that makes a modicum of sense.

Review: 'Exterminate All The Brutes' is Tough, but Essential, Viewing

Review: 'Exterminate All The Brutes' is Tough, but Essential, Viewing

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Apr 7
This four-part docuseries is brilliantly written and produced. It's deeply disturbing, illuminating a painful history of global conquest and intricate systems of self-justification. But it overlooks some essential questions.

Review: 'Shiva Baby' a Witty, Queer Jewish Comedy

Review: 'Shiva Baby' a Witty, Queer Jewish Comedy

MOVIES | By Megan Kearns | Apr 5
Emma Seligman's witty comedy about a bisexual Jewish woman features stellar performances, sharp writing, and emotional depth. It brilliantly utilizes horror elements to heighten awkward tension.

Review: 'Raya And The Last Dragon" Has Its Heart In The Right Place

Review: 'Raya And The Last Dragon" Has Its Heart In The Right Place

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Apr 2
Disney Animation's latest empowerment spectacle beautifully ups their diversity, while still remaining a standard "let's all work together" empowerment flick.

Review: 'WeWork: Or The Making And Breaking Of A $47 Billion Unicorn' is More Entertaining Than Exposing

Review: 'WeWork: Or The Making And Breaking Of A $47 Billion Unicorn' is More Entertaining Than Exposing

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Mar 31
How one megalomaniac created and lost a $47 billion business which cost thousands of people their jobs whilst he got a $100 mill payout.

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