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Spoiler Free Movie Reviews

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Image from the Indian film 'The Man Who Feels No Pain'
3.5

The Man Who Feels No Pain

The old adage goes, “no pain, no gain,” but that can be a problem when it’s impossible for you to feel any sort of pain even after getting hurt. Vasan Bala’s Hindi action comedy is blatant in its title, as it follows protagonist Surya who has a rare condition which prohibits him from feeling physical pain.
Image from film Cake (2018)
3.5

Cake

The personal developments and discoveries of one family as three grown siblings unite after their parents become ill.
Image from Murder Party (2007)
3.5

Murder Party

A lonely loser stumbles across an invitation to a murder party.
Image from the 2018 film 'Searching'
5.0

Searching

The internet, while a vast and important instrument of endless possibility, can also be very scary. Searching manages to tread familiar waters with a sharp sense of urgency, depth, and innovation.
Image from The Great Gatsby - Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan
2.0

The Great Gatsby

Baz Luhrmann’s movie adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel, The Great Gatsby, was held in much anticipation among the likes of literature junkies, DiCaprio fanatics, and box office skeptics.
Image of Evangeline Lilly - Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) Film Review
2.5

Ant-Man and the Wasp

The sequel to the well crafted and fun Ant-Man in which Paul Rudd solidified his ability to be a fan favorite.
Still from the film Wont You Be My Neighbor (2018) Film Review
5.0

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

Millions of children, including myself grew up watching “Mister Rogers' Neighborhood” and watched him put on a sweater and change shoes as he entered his house. But who was the real Fred Rogers? That's the question asked by director Morgan Neville.
Dylan McDermott in The Clovehitch Killer (2018)
3.5

The Clovehitch Killer

A teenage boy (Charlie Plummer) suspects his father is the serial killer who stalked the town ten years prior.
Keira Knightley in Colette (2018)
1.0

Colette

Colette is yet another period drama starring Keira Knightley. If that sentence doesn’t sum up my feelings about this film, I don’t know what will.
Image of Cobie Smulders from Alright Now (Songbird)
3.0

Alright Now

Cobie Smulders plays 90s Brit icon Joanne Sky as she drunkenly applies to university when her band falls apart.
Image from the New Zealand comedy-romance film "The Breaker Upperers"
2.5

The Breaker Upperers

The slacker comedy about the trials, tribulations, and hijinks of two hopelessly lonely women who run a break-up on-demand agency.
Screenshot of horror film, 'Unfriended'
2.5

Unfriended

Teenager Blaire and her friends find themselves terrorized and tormented by what seems to be the ghost of a girl they cyberbullied into committing suicide.
2.0

Killer Kate!

The film centers on estranged sisters catching up over a weekend bachelorette getaway set at a remote house targeted by a family of amateur killers.
Olga Kurylenko in sleep paralysis focused horror film 'Mara'
3.0

Mara

In his supernaturally-charged psychological thriller, director Clive Tonge centers his story on the case of a psychologist named Kate Fuller who is involved in an investigation where a mother is guilty of killing her husband in his sleep.
Bella Thorne in Ride (2018)
3.5

Ride

Ride follows an Uber driver who gets caught up with a manipulative passenger and ends up going on the opposite of a relaxing night drive.