Category Archives: Entropy

Stooges sling sillies in solid ‘Stuber’

8/10 Stuber is so heavily composed of tropes that it would be barley intelligible outside the context of its genre, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. In this case, the movie needles its strict buddy comedy confines while also … Continue reading

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Low-rent ‘Crawl’ doesn’t live up to spectacular story

6/10 Despite a ton of talent behind and in front of the camera, Crawl ends up not being worthy of its wonderful story. As a category five hurricane prepares to march straight up the middle of Florida, University of Florida … Continue reading

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‘Midsommar’ a top-level work, disturbing in several ways

9/10 Midsommar is such a strong example of film craft, is so viscerally affecting and executes its ideas with such commitment that it can only be seen as a masterpiece, but that isn’t to say it’s perfect. Near the summer … Continue reading

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‘Far From Home’ puts Spider-Man front and center of MCU

7/10 Is Spider-Man: Far From Home good as an individual, stand-alone movie? Eh, who cares. After going toe-to-toe with Captain America, being shot into outer space and turned into dust by a weirdly hot wannabe-nihilist with a scrotum on his … Continue reading

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‘Yesterday’ not the Beatles movie you were looking for, still quite thoughtful

7/10 If you came in looking for a Beatles party, Yesterday will disappoint, but do stick around for the movie’s thoughtful story and a menacing performance from Kate McKinnon. In Yesterday, struggling musician Jack Malik (Himesh Patel) is about to go back to teaching … Continue reading

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