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The latest reviews of all that’s cinematic, whether it’s big screen releases, films and TV coming to DVD and Blu-ray or *gasp* a book!

Working Woman (2019) Film Review

In the current age of the Me Too Movement and the on-going referendum for the respectable acknowledgment of female empowerment within the workplace of countless industries, director/co-writer Michal Aviad's Israeli sexual harassment drama

Hala (2019) Film Review

There have been countless effective coming-of-age dramas that have shed some sentimental light on the rigors of teenage femininity and all its encompassing ties to angst and the overall passage of life in general. Writer-director Minhal

Frozen 2 (2019) Film Review

In 2013, Disney released their 53rd animated feature, Frozen, which was their take on Hans Christian Andersen’s Snow Queen. The film became a huge hit, inspiring millions of girls to ‘let it go’ and earning more than $1.2 billion at the

21 Bridges (2019) Film Review

There is no doubt that actor Chadwick Boseman has the magic touch when it comes to chewing up the scenery on the big screen. Whether demonstrating such force in revealing biopics such as 42, Get On Up, and Marshall or appearing in

The Good Liar (2019) Film Review

Who says that firepower at the box office is only ignited when dynamic faces under age forty are solely featured? The onscreen pairing of radiant Oscar-winning actress Helen Mirren and the distinguished Ian McKellen will beg to differ as

Aquarela (2018) Film Review

Shot at 96 frames per second, Aquarela is the latest documentary by Russian filmmaker Victor Kossakovsky that explores the power of water with footage ranging from melting glaciers to hurricanes. First of all, Aquarela is very basic.