9

Jojo Rabbit

Written and Directed by Taika Waititi

Basically: Jojo Rabbit is the anti-hate satire the world needs right now. Jojo Betzler isn’t the Nazi he’s so keen to be, he’s just a 10-year-old boy who likes dressing up in a funny uniform and wants to be part of a club. His nationalist ideals and anti-Semitic leanings are challenged when Jojo finds that […]

7

Living With Yourself [mini-review]

Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris

If, like us, you’re of the opinion that you can never have too much Paul Rudd, then Living with Yourself is for you.

9

Zombieland: Double Tap

Ruben Fleischer

Welcome back to Zombieland, where our intrepid foursome have survived long enough to start growing apart. 

6

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

Joachim Rønning

Maleficent returns to stir up a cauldron of mayhem, mischief, and magic.

7

The Addams Family

Greg Tiernan, Conrad Vernon

A new version of the Addams Family for a new generation.

6

Gemini Man

Ang Lee

Will Smith has to face his younger self for Call of Duty: Fresh Prince Warfare.

8

Pain and Glory

Pedro Almodóvar

It’s Almódovar’s mirror and that makes for a fascinating self-portrait.

4

Joker

Todd Phillips

I get it, if you’re just watching it for the spectacle or you’re purely enamored with how different it is from other superhero movies then…nuh uh…still NO.

8

Joker

Todd Phillips

This is a film about how a supervillain becomes one with no superhero involved. Oh yeah, it’s R rated.

8

Looking For Alaska

Various. Created by Josh Schwartz

Miles Halter joins Culver Creek Academy to find his “Great Perhaps” and is taken on a journey of love, loss, pranks, and most importantly friendship.