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‘Licorice Pizza’ Review: Paul Thomas Anderson Nostalgically Just Vibes In The Summery Cali ’70s Again

For purists and ride or die fans who like to quibble over such things, there are two Paul Thomas Andersons. One is the...

‘Boiling Point’ Review: Philip Barantini’s Film Is The ‘Uncut Gems’ Of Restaurant Dramas [Review]

When directors decide to journey down the one-take path (either genuinely or edited to appear that way), it’s usually in service of making...

‘Encanto’ Review: Disney’s Latest Animated Fable Is Miraculous

“Encanto,” Walt Disney Animation Studios’ latest computer-generated confection, is the studio’s 60th feature-length production (there’s even a special version of the Steamboat Willie...

‘Encanto’ Review: Disney Animation’s Latest Is a Heartwarming Celebration of Family

Walt Disney Animation Studios (WDAS), like most major animation studios, makes...

‘Cowboy Bebop’ TV Review: The Live-Action Adaptation Of The Legendary Anime Misses The Mark

Netflix’s “Cowboy Bebop” has the herculean task of adapting one of the crown jewels of Japanese animation. Based on the anime series by...

A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks movie review (2021)

The great achievement of John Maggio’s latest HBO documentary, “A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks,” is the depth with which...

Highlights of the 2021 Film Fest 919 Include King Richard, Passing, and More | Festivals & Awards

In covering the festival, a few connections to RogerEbert.com transpired, like when Chris Bergoch recalled his association with Roger Ebert as the...

Cowboy Bebop Fails to Find a Rhythm | TV/Streaming

Fans of the original have already noted an incredible fealty between the anime and the adaptation with some scenes copied beat...

‘Cowboy Bebop’ Review: Netflix’s Live-Action Show Is a Colorless, Soulless Copy of a Landmark Anime Series

Cowboy Bebop is a soulless remake of a landmark anime series,...

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