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"BlacKkKlansman," Spike Lee's latest masterpiece, is the true story of how Ron Stallworth, an African-American police officer in Colorado, infiltrated the Klu Klux Klan. Posing as a white supremacist over the phone using his "white voice," he convinced David Duke and other Klan members that he wanted to join them in the mission to keep whites separate from blacks.   Read More >>
Imagine if you took "Muppets Take Manhattan" and smushed it together with "Goodfellas" and "Deadpool." All are great films, but when put together, it doesn't stand a chance. Just because you like spaghetti and ice cream, that doesn't mean you should try them together.   Read More >>
In John M Chu's "Crazy Rich Asians," Constance Wu plays Rachel Wu, a young woman who has fallen in love with the famous Nick Young (Henry Golding). Young's family in Singapore is, as the title suggests, rich beyond belief.   Read More >>
It's only tradition that every summer there needs to be the release of a ridiculous shark movie. Ever since Steven Spielberg's masterpiece, "Jaws," production companies beg filmmakers to make action thrillers starring a shark as the main villain.   Read More >>
Comedian and now writer/ director Bo Burnham has created one of the most real and most relatable films of the year so far. His directorial debut, "Eighth Grade," is an outstanding achievement, ranking it up with the levels of Barry Jenkins's "Moonlight" and Greta Gerwig's "Lady Bird.   Read More >>
In this bizarrely entertaining indie film, an African American telemarketer finds the key to success through using a "white voice" to make sales, propelling him into higher job responsibilities and toward being a "power caller.   Read More >>
In the 1930s, Hawaiian hotel ballrooms were full of dancers doing the lindy and jitterbug to island swing bands. Hawaiian orchestras took the swing of Glenn Miller, added the Hawaiian ukulele and steel guitar, and created an infectious sound that became popular across America. Like in the mainland, the Hawaiian big bands disappeared as tastes changed.   Read More >>
After the drug cartels on the U.S-Mexico border begin trafficking terrorists, the CIA gives agent Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) permission to use extreme measures to infiltrate those trafficking terrorist bombers in the action-thriller "Sicario: Day of the Soldado.   Read More >>
It looks as though the "Jurassic Park" franchise will grow to be as large and unnecessary as the "Transformers" or "Fast and Furious" movies. While it's always fun to watch dinos run around causing chaos, if it continues for too long, there's no doubt it will get old after a while.   Read More >>
Written and directed by Drew Pearce, "Hotel Artemis" focuses on a secretly run hospital in the middle of war-torn Los Angeles in the year 2028. The constant violence and riots in the streets leave many wounded, only you need to have a membership to get into the hospital.   Read More >>


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