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<i>The Miseducation of Cameron Post</i> tackles conversation therapy in a solid but uneven teen dramedy

The Miseducation of Cameron Post tackles conversation therapy in a solid but uneven teen dramedy

The movie falls somewhere between a John Hughes and a Girl, Interrupted

Eighth Grade tackles social media, anxiety, and viscerally awkward embarrassment

Director Bo Burnham captures eternal awkwardness of early-teenage time before high school.

Alcoholism and disability dramedy Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot misses mark

Joaquin Phoenix-vehicle feels like a young adult “illness” movie in which rag-tag misfits help a protagonist confront reality

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again exists outside of space and time. It doesn't know sense or logic; only joy, love, and ABBA.

If you are wondering if the film is good, then you're already asking the wrong question

Modern Western Damsel fails to twist helpless woman trope

There is only so much a Western written by men can do to rectify the wrongs of other Westerns written by men

Box office struggles, fan remakes and oversaturation: The state of Star Wars

When did Star Wars stop being fun?

Documentary about Whitney Houston is an emotional rollercoaster on her life and death

Despite the money and adoration, being a pop star still sometimes seems like one of the most exhausting jobs in the world, especially when you’re someone like Whitney Houston

Hearts Beat Loud isn’t the movie it wants to be

It's a movie that likes the idea of itself – the aesthetics, the description – but doesn't go deeper than that

A new documentary explores the day-to-day life of Weird Paul

"[Paul] can come across as weird or goofy, but there’s a really deep person in there"

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