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Author: Nick Kush

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‘Luce’ Dives Head First Into Some of Our Most Perplexing Racial Ideals

Whether we’re conscious of it or not, we all abide by certain societal expectations. Some are harmless, some are exactly the opposite. Luce understands this idea...

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The Worst Movies of July 2019

Praise the heavens! July was actually a solid month for film. With Quentin Tarantino debuting a new work and plenty of smaller releases which resulted...

The Best Movies of July 2019

These best/worst of the month articles are always an opportunity to express my exaggerated concerns with the industry as a whole. However, July was actually...

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Film Review – Share (2019)

I can picture the more standard, Hollywood version of Share in my head: it’s full of long diatribes, tearful wishes, and happy resolutions. A24’s Share, however, is far...

The Best Movies of June 2019

June was…rough. We saw a slew of high-profile blockbusters flop hard; most notably, Dark Phoenix will lose Fox (Disney) around $100 million. Other films like...

The Best Movies of May 2019

Sorry, but UglyDolls will not be making an appearance on this list of the best movies of May 2019. Let’s all take a moment of...

Film Review – Rocketman (2019)

We have now found the new trend for studios without access to comic book IP: high-toned biopics. Or, better yet, musical biopics. It’s especially important...

Film Review – Booksmart (2019)

I find Annapurna to be such a fascinating distributor and producer. They’re single-handedly responsible for some of the most interesting films of the decade (produced...