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Dispatch: Sundance Film Festival Shines in Sharp Comedies, Biographical Documentaries and an Irish Rap Trio

As our Sundance Film Festival coverage draws to a close, our critics reflect on the films that left the best impressions, from a touching documentary about the original Superman to […]

Third Coast Review Staff /
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Review: Shazam! Fury of the Gods Brings Back a Teenage Super-Hero with an Overly Complicated Plot

If you needed me to give you an accurate, detailed summary of the plot for the Shazam! sequel, Fury of the Gods, well I’d probably die of old age and […]

Steve Prokopy /
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Review: Middling Animation Keeps an Otherwise Zippy, Funny Strange World From Being Memorable

After the success of Encanto, Walt Disney Animation is back with something a little less compelling but equally colorful and perhaps even more creative, Strange World, from director Don Hall […]

Steve Prokopy /
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The Unbearable Whiteness of Hollywood: Thoughts on Asian American Representation in Pop Culture

One of the first times I remember seeing myself represented in an American film was in the early 2000s remake of Charlie’s Angels. Lucy Liu’s character Alex Munday was an […]

Pearl Shin /