Actor and comedian Randall Park (“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”) makes his cinematic directorial debut with a film reminiscent of early Woody Allen films. “Shortcomings,” which debuted at Sundance, stars Justin H. Min (“After Yang”) as a complicated man-child drafting his own specific set of problems. More sarcastic than laugh-out-loud funny, the film is adapted […]

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Asteroid City

Wes Anderson’s latest cinematic creation, “Asteroid City,” takes audiences on a whimsical and visually captivating journey unlike anything seen before. Known for his distinctive style and unique storytelling, Anderson once again delivers a movie filled with his trademark quirkiness, impeccable attention to detail, and a delightful ensemble cast. Set in a fictional 1950s town in

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My Policeman

Director Michael Grandage’s interpretation of Bethan Roberts’s “My Policeman” is an old fashion “looking back” film. Reminiscent of those stories within story structures prevalent in the ’90s like “Bridges of Madison County,” “The Notebook,” etc. The script sticks to the romance element of the story, only briefly touching on the laws and constraints of the

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Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe


Netflix has its first fall movie season blunder on its hands. The controversial and fictionalized account of bombshell Marilyn Monroe is worlds apart from the 2011 “My Week with Marilyn,” which earned Michelle Williams an Oscar nomination. Director Andrew Dominik has a particular style of making films that worked well on his eerie western “The

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A Love Song

Short, sweet, and visually poetic, “A Love Song” is a slice of “Nomadland” with Wes Anderson’s aesthetic. Writer/director Max Walker-Silverman graduates with honors from short films to this, his first full-length feature. Longtime character actress Dale Dickey (“Hell or High Water” and “Winter’s Bone”) finally receives the space for a complete performance. Walker-Silverman leans heavily

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