Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Dakota Johnson Enters the Marvel Universe with Madame Web, a Frustrating Addition to the Spider-Man Franchise

Unlike some (many?), I haven’t grown weary of superhero films as a genre. What I have grown exhausted by are specifically Sony-made Spider-Verse movies that try to walk the line […]

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Film, Film & TV, Review

Dispatch: Sundance Film Festival Allows Filmmakers Space to Take Big Swings, For Better or Worse

As our coverage of the 2024 Sundance Film Festival continues, our critics encountered a few of the event’s less remarkable, or at least less memorable, offerings. Krazy House They can’t […]

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Fashion, Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Stunning Locations and Beautiful People Aside, Anyone But You Is a Rom-Com Without Much of Either

The characters in the new romantic-comedy Anyone But You spend a great deal of time walking away from each other when their feelings get hurt rather than sticking around and […]

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Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: In Reality, Sidney Sweeney Brings a Real-Life Interrogation to Captivating, Suspenseful Film Experience

Coming into the new HBO production Reality, I had virtually no idea what this tense little slice of reality was about, or that it was essentially a re-creation of one […]

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Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Third, Fourth Films in Blumhouse Horror Series, Evil Eye and Nocturne, Don’t Exactly Thrill

Evil Eye

During the month of October, Amazon Prime Video is releasing a quartet of films from Blumhouse Television and Amazon Studios. They’re being promoted as horror films, but by my assessment […]

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Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Clementine is Part Psychological Thriller, Part Drama, Part Something Else Entirely

Clementine

More of an alluring curiosity than a proper coming-of-age story, Clementine, the feature debut from writer/director Lara Jean Gallagher, features two captivating lead performances trapped in a story that is […]

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Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Pete Davidson Channels Star Potential in Big Time Adolescence

[Editors Note: Starting this week, Third Coast’s film coverage will shift to streaming options in order to continue to deliver critical takes on the latest films until cinemas re-open. We’ll […]

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