‘Scoob!’ Review – What’s New, Scooby-Doo?

The latest animated Scooby-Doo venture, 'Scoob!' will definitely draw in a young crowd, but at the expense of alienating others of all ages.

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‘The Way Back’ Review – A Raw and Cathartic Redemption Story For Ben Affleck

Director Gavin O’Connor’s (The Accountant) The Way Back is the kind of sports movie that becomes a genre-defining classic. It is not one that abides by too many typical genre tropes. The film opts to deliver an authentic, vulnerable character study that leaves theatrics at the door. The Way Back follows an alcoholic construction worker…

‘Birds of Prey’ Review – An Action-Packed, Colorful, and Energetic Story of Emancipation

Last Wednesday, I and our lead film editor Ben Rolph arrived at the Birds of Prey World Premiere at the BFI IMAX in London. Despite being disappointed by Suicide Squad, I had been eagerly awaiting the return of my favorite character from the franchise, Harley Quinn, ever since test footage was released in early 2019.…

‘Richard Jewell’ Review – Clint Eastwood’s Kind Tale is Engrossing, Understated, and Moving

July 27th, 1996, a bomb exploded at Centennial Park in midst of the Summer Olympics. Two people died. A tragedy that has been largely forgotten, whether it be the mistreatment of Jewell or the bombing. Clint Eastwood's film is fantastically well-made, moving, and full of heart. Starring Paul Walter Hauser (I, Tonya, BlacKkKlansman), Kathy Bates,…