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  • What Lies Ahead

    Our critics get fired up over their most anticipated 2019 films.
      Here are our most anticipated titles coming to theaters and major streaming services:
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  • Yule Be Watching

    Our critics share their holiday-viewing comfort food.
      Settle in with a cup of eggnog, and share with us what stories make your season shiny and bright.
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  • World Gore II

    Overlord commits to bloody battles with Nazis, zombies and zombie Nazis.
      It's hard to imagine what could have given filmmakers in 2018 the idea that moviegoers want to see Nazis get killed—but hey, we'll take 'em.
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  • The Fright Stuff

    Tales of the scary movie moments our critics will never forget.
      I doubt that I have ever jumped so high, so fast, in a manner that probably looked like a cartoon character.
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  • Giant Leap

    Neil Armstrong's private world drives the biopic First Man.
      Ryan Gosling is a handsome man, but it's his profile that's most aesthetically pleasing.
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  • Playing for Keeps

    Game Night finds the fun in people who don't know the game is real.
      The very funny Game Night belongs to the comedy sub-genre of People Think They're Pretending But It's Actually Real.
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  • Skate Expectations

    The sympathetic portrait in I, Tonya defies assumptions.
      This is the story of I, Tonya, not I, Eric, but let me begin with a relevant personal detail.
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  • Parallel Lives

    Todd Haynes' Wonderstruck unites two tales of youthful discovery.
      A recurring theme through most of Todd Haynes' films is breaking loose from convention to be true to oneself.
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  • Paint by Numbers

    Maudie is more gentle romance than portrait of a tortured artist.
      Folk-art buffs and extremely patriotic Canadians might already know the story of Maud Lewis.
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Paint by Numbers Paint by Numbers Maudie is more gentle romance than portrait of a tortured artist. July 19, 2017
Movie Reviews: Hellboy, Little, Mary Magdalene, Missing Link Movie Reviews: Hellboy, Little, Mary Magdalene, Missing Link Plus 'Transit,' 'The Wind' & 'Diane' April 12, 2019

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