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  • This is a non-spoiler review of “Searching” starring John Cho, Debra Messing, Michelle La, and more!

    Movie Review: “Searching”

    Movie Review: “Searching”

    by Bryan Ouellette1

  • It's a great film, so it's only fitting to look for something similar when you are done watching it. Are you looking for movies like Inception? I have got you covered with a list.

    12 Mind-Bending Movies Like

    12 Mind-Bending Movies Like "Inception"

    by Rahul Parashar39

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  • Nerve isn't terribly original or especially exciting, but the charisma of the leads keeps it from feeling like a complete waste of time.

    Random Review: Nerve

    Random Review: Nerve

    by Gracchus Gruad0

  • Between Worlds is the first film from Fantastic Fest 2018 that I watched and is one of the worst. Nic Cage sleazes up every frame of this thing while Franka Potente and Penelope Mitchell look on in dumbfounded disbelief.

    Fantastic Fest Review: 'Between Worlds' (2018)

    Fantastic Fest Review: 'Between Worlds' (2018)

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Hitchcock's 1958 film Vertigo features a man driven to obsession over his lost love. Scottie attempts to reconstruct a woman to fit his idea of beauty and perfection, but this new woman is merely an illusion that will not hold up in reality.

    Hitchcock's "Vertigo:" Recreating a Ghost of Beauty

    Hitchcock's "Vertigo:" Recreating a Ghost of Beauty

    by Brittany Rowland12

  • Lizzie blends historical fact with an intriguing and plausible theory of what actually happened the day the Bordens were murdered. Was it Lizzie? Was it the housemaid that left town during the trial? We may never know, but I certainly love this theory. I give the film a 4 out of 4.

    Lizzie Movie Review

    Lizzie Movie Review

    by Alec Zander0

  • Hitchcock's mastery of suspense is put to full effect in this pre-war spy thriller. Benjamin Cox looks back at the first film that nailed the fugitive drama for generations to follow.

    Should I Watch..? 'The 39 Steps' (1935)

    Should I Watch..? 'The 39 Steps' (1935)

    by Benjamin Cox0

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  • Ignoring the dreary title, Benjamin Cox fancied something dumb and action-packed for a rainy day. But this film surprised him in a pleasant way, even if it feels like he has seen it before...

    Should I Watch..? 'The Commuter'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Commuter'

    by Benjamin Cox0

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