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“Borat 2” review: A satire the world needs

“Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan,” also known as “Borat 2,” is...

“Tenet” review: Nolan should go back in time and make a better movie

“Tenet” is a bad movie, and not just by its director Christopher Nolan’s (one of Hollywood’s most bankable directors) standards. It is genuinely, for...

Why must the Dark Knight be so dark

The first trailer for the much anticipated “The Batman” has finally emerged from the shadows.  Matt Reeves (director of “Dawn of the Planet of the...

Op-ed: The American spirit is sick

“Listen to me. If we break quarantine, we could all die.” These lines are spoken by Ellen Ripley in the film “Alien” after a fellow...

What’s closed in Kansas City due to coronavirus

With the US now in an official state of emergency due to COVID 19 outbreak, everything from concerts to sporting events to film releases,...

‘The Invisible Man’ is worth seeing

The golden nugget any good horror story needs is a monster that reflects some broader human fear. “The Invisible Man”, despite ultimately becoming more...

Birds of Prey is for the birds

When Margot Robbie made her debut as the insane clown criminal Harley Quinn in 2016’s “Suicide Squad”, it seemed like a match made in...

What you should be watching instead of the Oscar’s

Movies are an American invention, but film is a universal language. From the artform’s most adolescent moments, people from around the world have been...

The Royal Subjects of Chief’s Kingdom

The Kansas City Chiefs are a big deal right now, what, with securing their first Super Bowl game in 50 years (but you probably knew that)....

Little Women, Big Feels

Movies like “Little Women” do not come around all that often. Based on the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott, it’s a masterful fusion of filmmaking,...
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