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The newest Netflix original film, "Cargo," is a dramatic thriller taking place in a diseased Australia. To start, the film shows us the seemingly healthy family, intercut with shots of a young girl feeding raw meat to something in a hole.   Read More >>
Charlize Theron's previous few roles have consisted of being a crime-fighting spy, a rugged rebellious woman in the desert and a prostitute-turned-serial killer. Here, in Jason Reitman's "Tully," she's at first a struggling mother of two and then of three.   Read More >>
If you're one of the few on this Earth who hasn't seen "Avengers: Infinity War" (well, it did gross more than $1.2 billion in its first two weekends), it's Marvel's biggest film yet. "Infinity War" steps up the game in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.   Read More >>
Adam Sandler and Chris Rock star in the new Netflix original comedy film "The Week of." Sandler plays Kenny Lustig, a father scrambling to make sure his daughter's upcoming wedding is the best it can be.   Read More >>
The new comedy "I Feel Pretty" stars Amy Schumer as Renee Bennet, a woman who is highly insecure of her looks and her body. Renee joins a spinning class, where a head injury occurs, causing her to believe that she is drop-dead gorgeous.   Read More >>
The new psychological dark thriller "You Were Never Really Here," starring Joaquin Phoenix, is already one of the best films of the year. Directed by Lynne Ramsay ("We Need to Talk About Kevin"), the film is about a traumatized veteran, Joe, who tracks down lost girls.   Read More >>
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John Krasinski, the actor most known for playing the unamused Jim in the hit TV sitcom, "The Office," has just made a new horror/thriller film. In "A Quiet Place," civilization has been rapidly decreasing with the existence of monsters who prey on sound.   Read More >>
"Love, Simon" is another high-school romantic comedy, but one that pushes the genre further than most. Simon is a closeted homosexual high-school student with a group of very pleasant friends and a loving family.   Read More >>
The meticulous director most famous for his recent films "Moonrise Kingdom" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" just released his newest artsy comedy, "Isle of Dogs." For those unfamiliar with the great Wes Anderson, his films have a very distinct visual and emotional style that resonates throughout each of his films.   Read More >>
In "Thoroughbreds," a sleek and stylish revenge story, a young teenage girl named Lily lives in a wealthy, upscale home in Connecticut with her carefree mother and absurdly angry stepfather. As she's living her life in acceptance of her terrible stepfather, she rekindles a friendship with Amanda, a strange, emotionless girl she knew in middle school.   Read More >>


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