by Wil Powell

Golda Review | The Short Version

Well performed, concise, but underwhelming overall, Guy Nattiv’s war drama/biopic Golda succumbs to its own self-imposed limitations.

Strays Review | A Dog’s Lack of Purpose

It’s probably not a good sign to walk out of a raunchy comedy like Strays and being more struck by the level of craft that went into making it than the resonance of any of the jokes.

Back on the Strip Review | It’s No Pony

Overstuffed, shaggy, and only featuring a handful of chuckles, the aging adult dancer comedy Back on the Strip adds little to the lineage of Magic Mikes, Full Montys, and Chocolate Cities that came before it.

Jules Review | Undefined Friendly Object

Jules should go down well with viewers who were too young to appreciate the likes of Ron Howard’s Cocoon back in the 1980s, but are age appropriate for such a tale today.

Barbie Review | Hail to the Weird Queen

Barbie could’ve been just another piece of disposable entertainment, but it has somehow become the most fascinating and sure to be talked about films of the year.

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