set aside a couple hours in the screaming and the chaos that is surrounding us now and watch The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot
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This is not a super hero movie. There is nobody in a spandex costume. Nobody has super powers. There are minimal special effects.
A (fairly) recent movie asks if God can forgive us for what we’ve done to His creation.
The movie is disturbing. You find yourself sympathetic to her and rooting for her; then you are horrified to realize where Lisa’s desperation has led her.
Even if your arms aren’t full of parental baggage, Noah Baumbach’s “The Meyerowitz Stories” is a must see.
The excellent “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse” accomplishes something that few superhero movies can manage: it makes us care.
Warning: glitter farts may occur within.
One of the best films of the first half of the year, a sci-fi/horror mashup, is now available on streaming and disc.
The Giant Mechanical Man tackles a subject that Hollywood pretends to care about but actually ignores: falling in love.
I really wanted Man of Steel to be fun movie. And at times, it was. It was worth the matinee price. [Continued at NaPP]