Pokémon Anime Movies Ranked

Pokémon Anime Movies Ranked

All 24 entries from the franchise of Pokémon anime films ranked from terrible to great, including ‘Mewtwo Strikes Back’, ‘4Ever’, ‘The Rise of Darkrai’ and more. List by George Taylor.

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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (2022) Review

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (2022) Review

Rian Johnson returns to the universe of ‘Knives Out’ for 2022 Netflix murder mystery ‘Glass Onion’, a funny sequel starring Daniel Craig at the head of an all-star cast. Review by Christopher Connor.

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All Quiet on the Western Front (2022) Review

All Quiet on the Western Front (2022) Review

Director Edward Berger and Netflix present ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ (2022), an adaptation of a powerful anti-war novel that hits like a Howitzer. Review by Sam Sewell-Peterson.

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The Curse of Bridge Hollow (2022) Review

The Curse of Bridge Hollow (2022) Review

Marlon Wayans and ‘Stranger Things’ star Priah Ferguson lead Netlix Halloween movie ‘The Curse of Bridge Hollow’ (2022), which is at times fun. Review by Kieran Judge.

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Blonde (2022) Review

Blonde (2022) Review

Ana de Armas gives the performance of a lifetime as Marilyn Monroe in Andrew Dominik’s Netflix biopic ‘Blonde’ (2022), a film that wastes her potential. Review by Kieran Judge.

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre Movies Ranked

Texas Chainsaw Massacre Movies Ranked

All 9 movies from the ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ franchise, from Tobe Hooper’s ‘The Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ (1974) to the 2022 Netflix film via ‘Leatherface’, ranked from worst to best. List by Luke Hinton.

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The Gray Man (2022) Review

The Gray Man (2022) Review

Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans star in Netflix summer action film the “utterly lifeless” ‘The Gray Man’, from ‘Avengers: Endgame’ directors the Russo Brothers. Review by Joseph Wade.

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In Defense of the Happy Ending: Alice Wu and LGBTQ+ Movies

In Defense of the Happy Ending: Alice Wu and LGBTQ+ Movies

For so long, Hollywood has made it seem like only white, cisgender, non-disabled, heterosexual people fall in love. The films of Alice Wu offer condolence for those outside of that box. Essay by Tina Kakadelis.

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