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  • Tom & Jerry

    Tom & Jerry

    Full Review at In Review Online

    "It seems nearly impossible that there’s anyone in the world who isn’t familiar with Tom and Jerry — or, at least, doesn’t recognize them. In fact, the beloved cartoon cat and mouse may be the most famous slapstick act this side of Laurel & Hardy, and their only animated counterparts, arguably, would be Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera’s first Tom and Jerry short was released by MGM in…

  • Raya and the Last Dragon

    Raya and the Last Dragon

    <a href="https://inreviewonline.com/2021/03/01/raya-and-the-last-dragon/"Full Review at In Review Online

    "Much remains the same in Disney’s latest animated project, Raya and the Last Dragon. In the film, the studio continues their recent trend toward warrior women — here, in its most literal application since Mulan — with a character, the eponymous princess, who is an expert in martial arts and swordplay and who spends the majority of her time in the company of an oddball fantasy critter: specifically, Tuk Tuk, a creature described…

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  • R#J


    Full Review at In Review Online, part of Sundance Film Festival 2021 — Dispatch 6

    "At this point, it should go without saying that any Timur Bekmambetov production that features a plot 'told entirely through social media and smartphone screens' should be high-priority viewing for anyone who cares about the future of cinema. Of course, these are all signifiers of what the Kazakh-Russian mega-producer refers to as 'Screenlife'; not quite a genre, but more an approach to filmmaking made possible…

  • Artists and Models

    Artists and Models

    Full Review at In Review Online, part of Kicking the Canon | The Film Canon

    "A whopping 13 features deep into their cinematic partnership, Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin were reaching a new apex of open acrimony in their relationship when they worked under the direction of Frank Tashlin on 1955’s Artists and Models, their penultimate film as a duo act. A miraculous confection of ludicrous sight-gags, innuendo, aw-shucks flirtations, and Dino-led musical numbers, the film papers over this latent…