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SN&R Vol 30 Issue 41
Time’s up to recognize the cinematic achievements of women who aren’t three Kathryn Bigelows stacked on top of each other wearing a trench coat.
By Rachel Mayfield
This article was published on 01.17.19
SN&R Vol 30 Issue 40
Julia Roberts delivers a moving performance as the mother of a son struggling with addiction.
By Jim Lane
This article was published on 01.10.19
Despite a lackluster script with a questionable plot twist, Jennifer Lopez and company make this comedy at least watchable.
The only mystery surrounding this movie: Why does it exist?
The absence of drama in this Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic would cause anyone to fall asleep at the bench.
By Daniel Barnes
SN&R Vol 30 Issue 39
Travis Knight takes a tired robot formula and transforms it into something that humans can actually enjoy.
This article was published on 01.03.19
The jury’s out on this one—oh wait, no, they just delivered their verdict: It’s bad.
Barry Jenkins’ latest feature doesn’t quite rise up to the expectations set by his Oscar-winning Moonlight.
SN&R Vol 30 Issue 38
DC Comics casts a line, landing an epic splash of a movie.
This article was published on 12.27.18
Mary Poppins comes back—and is as flawlessly charming and delightful as ever.
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