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  • Single All the Way

    Single All the Way

    "Holiday films, by and large, operate on a plane of formula and cliché, reducing characters to a few recognizable traits and ingratiating quirks, and that certainly holds true here for protagonist Peter, who hates his job and loves his houseplants. But Single All the Way thankfully never attempts to make Peter’s sexuality one of those 'eccentricities,' nor is it painted as a point of dramatic strife; rather than being his sole defining trait, his sexuality is merely one aspect of the complex fabric of his humanity. Imagine that. "✏️ Steven Warner

    Full Review at In Review Online

  • The Advent Calendar

    The Advent Calendar

    "Break out your horror premise Bingo cards, because if you marked 'evil Christmas trinket,' you just hit paydirt. Belgium import The Advent Calendar concerns the beloved titular item, here presented as a sinister force that will grant you everything you could possibly desire — but at a price. Obviously. Indeed, the film takes the old adage 'Be careful what you wish for' and applies it to as innocuous an item as one could possibly imagine. Aside from providing a few…

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  • One Shot

    One Shot

    Full Review at In Review Online

    "Directed by James Nunn, who’s worked previously with Adkins on Eliminators (2016) and Green Street Hooligans 3: Never Back Down (2013), One Shot is another entry in the once-trendy, now mostly tired single-take films canon, where the entire movie appears to be one unbroken, continuous shot. Of course, that’s not really the case, as modern digital editing programs and special effects have made it easier than ever to hide cuts and suture different scenes…

  • Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time

    Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time

    Full Review at In Review Online

    "Hideaki Anno is doing it all over again. No, not in a literal sense: any longtime Evangelion fan knows full well by now how little the animator ever truly repeats himself, even whilst restating and revising the same story he’s told before. That’s why, with each entry in his Rebuild of Evangelion series, he’s strayed further and further from the original source material’s structure, first starting with the relatively faithful 1.0 You Are (Not)…