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“Knives Out” isn’t what it claims to be, so don’t be disappointed when it’s different from what you expected.

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The film offers both the delectably gritty genre work that Scorsese’s audience has come to expect from him as well as a tender self-reflection on the filmmaker’s own oeuvre.

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In truth, there wasn’t anything wrong with “Frozen 2.” But it didn’t wow, a standard that all Disney sequels are (with good reason) expected to meet.

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The movie follows Vogel because we, the audience, are Vogel. We are learning what kindness is just like he is. We are in awe of Mister Rogers just like he is. We, at the end of the film, will be just as transformed as he is.

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I can’t promise one will like every film, but each one is memorable in their own unique ways. Every movie offered by the Criterion Channel will challenge, touch, or inspire viewers. Also, watching these classics pays off in the most unexpected ways.

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“The Knight Before Christmas” is a wholesome reminder that the holiday season is around the corner and maybe that is all that it needs to be.

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Halloween has come and gone, and Thanksgiving is on the horizon. And with Thanksgiving comes the holiday movie season, specifically the Hallmark Christmas movie season.

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Much of “The Report” revolves around the never-ending barriers to entry that exist within the government itself. With so many layers of authority, the truth and morality both become problematically subjective.

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While “Charlie’s Angels” can and should be enjoyed by everyone — men and women alike — it is, first and foremost, a movie meant to empower women. This movie strengthens women’s beliefs in themselves and gives them the opportunity to find what makes them Angels.

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It is rare to find a movie where everyone involved is on the top of their game.