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Critic Spotlight

  • Robert Daniels
    Robert Daniels

    Robert Daniels is the writer and editor at 812filmreviews.com, and a member of the CIFCC and OFTA. Find Robert @812filmreviews

  • Pamela Hutchinson
    Pamela Hutchinson

    Pamela Hutchinson is a freelance writer, critic, and film historian who contributes regularly to Sight & Sound, the Guardian, and Radio 4. Find Pamela @pamhutch

  • Mad About Movies
    Mad About Movies

    Mad About Movies is your go-to podcast for all things cinema, hosted by Kent Garrison, Brian Gill, and Richard Bardon. Find Mad About Movies @MadAboutMovies

  • Li Lai
    Li Lai

    Li Lai is the founder of Mediaversity Reviews, a site that scores film and TV on gender, racial, and LGBTQ inclusion. Find Li @MediaversityRev

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Latest Reviews

MOVIES

The Remarkable Life of John Weld

It certainly makes for an interesting life, but the interviews and presentation don't elevate Weld as truly remarkable.

Valerie Kalfrin, Film Racket

Isn't It Romantic

While I didn't get a whole lot of big out-loud laughs, I got plenty of chuckles all the way through it.

Martin Thomas, Double Toasted

Anandi Gopal

Sameer Vidwans's Anandi Gopal isn't the cracking portrait of a proto-feminist that it needed to have been, but it is always absorbing.

Nandini Ramnath, Scroll.in

DVD/STREAMING

Pokémon 4Ever

There's no point to prolonging the inevitable, except to pad the movie out to its barely feature-length run time.

Tasha Robinson, AV Club

Suburbia

An essential entry in early-'80s independent American cinema, Suburbia receives a radical Blu-ray upgrade from Shout! Factory, along with a pair of commentaries worth hearing in full.

Clayton Dillard, Slant Magazine

10 Things I Hate About You

Based to a great degree on William Shakespeare's much-filmed Taming of the Shrew, 10 Things I Hate About You is without question the teen movie to watch with your best girl or yarn carrying grandma.

IGN Staff, IGN Movies

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