Romance

Entergalactic

A Kid Cudi animated trip to remember “Entergalactic” is a made-for-Netflix animated film with a similar quality to “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” with its NYC setting and its combination of computer animation and traditional comic book animation, only the main… Read More ›

Bros

A gay romcom to laugh and fall in love with. I may be a straight film critic, but that doesn’t mean I can’t show my respect for gay people. I’ve known some gay people, I’ve met gay actors, and I… Read More ›

Meet Cute

Time Traveling romcom kills too many butterflies. I’ve dealt with two fantasy comedies this year where something magical happens to a woman who goes into a tanning bed. In “Mack & Rita,” Elizabeth Lail transforms into her older self played… Read More ›

Blonde

Some don’t like it hot. Andrew Dominik’s take on Marilyn Monroe in “Blonde” is a miserable bag for me. It’s a movie that looks great, because of the scope and Ana de Armas portraying the actress, but feels unfocused and… Read More ›

Look Both Ways

One side is better than the other. Here’s the concept of Netflix’s new romcom “Look Both Ways.” We meet Natalie (Lili Reinhart from “Hustlers”), who is on the verge of graduating from the University of Austin, and has big dreams… Read More ›

A Love Song

A nice, short movie about a long overdue reunion. I was in Colorado last Spring with my family and friends, and we really loved the scenery and life the state has to offer. It’s higher than my normal Jersey oxygen… Read More ›

Persuasion

A Jane Austen movie with a modern spin and a charming lead. Jane Austen’s “Persuasion” is given a modern-day atmosphere on Netflix. It’s still a period piece with the mannerisms and styles of the modern age. An example. Anne Elliot… Read More ›

Thor: Love & Thunder

Guns n Roses songs, terminal illnesses, and god killers levitate MCU sequel. The key to an entertaining “Thor” sequel in the MCU is to make sure there’s a balance between fun and responsibility. “Thor: The Dark World” was too dull… Read More ›

Mr. Malcolm’s List

A diverse period piece with a delightful vibe. After the success of the diverse casting in such period entertainments as the movie “The Personal History of David Copperfield,” the play “Hamilton,” and the hit show “Bridgerton,” we have another movie… Read More ›

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