Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Adam Sandler Continues a Trend of Surprisingly Heartwarming, Family-Business Films with Leo

Much like other recent Adam Sandler outings, such as his family comedy You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah and his sports drama Hustle, his newest animated work, […]

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Review: Adam Sandler and Family Star in Watchable Teen Comedy You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah

For the most part, I’ve fallen off the Adam Sandler train. Since moving most of his newest films to Netflix, I’ve stopping feeling the need to check them out (with […]

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Review: Adam Sandler Produces a Lackluster, Overly Broad Heist Comedy in The Out-Laws

I don’t want to spoil anything up front about how I feel about the new Adam Sandler-produced Netflix comedy The Out-Laws, but it stinks to high heaven. Your reaction may […]

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Review: Adam Sandler’s Genuine Love of Basketball Shines Through in Hustle

Adam Sandler is not above surprising us every so often. He did it not too long ago in the hyper-real world of Uncut Gems, much as he pulled together a […]

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2019 in Review: Best Narrative Films of the Year

Parasite

Call me old fashioned, but I’m a firm believer in not posting a Best Of the Year list until the year is actually over. I’m often able to squeeze in […]

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Review: A Cinematic Pressure Cooker Boils Over in Uncut Gems

Uncut Gems

Every once in a while—and it isn’t very often, I assure you—I ask a very simple favor of anyone who takes the time to read what I have to write […]

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Review: Monsters Return in Hotel Transylvania 3, and It’s Good for A Giggle

The latest chapter in the apparently popular Hotel Transylvania series, Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation, begins as many film sequels do these days—with a flashback. In a franchise built on good […]

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