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A rancidly unfunny yet pointlessly complex comedy with Ed Gein-level humor, rampant misogyny and homophobia, and a cast of 34-year-old college kids.
‐ Daniel Barnes, Dare DanielThe Oath
The toothless satire might be less noticeable if the comedy wasn't so similarly gummy, but most of The Oath is rambling and uninspired, mostly amounting to one-note stereotypes shouting at each other.
‐ Daniel Barnes, Sacramento News & ReviewThe House with a Clock in Its Walls
It's all a bit too mundane to be as magical as it aspires to be. For all of its potential, The House with a Clock in Its Walls seems like a major missed opportunity.
‐ Matt Hudson, What I Watched Tonight
AT HOMEL'eau froide (Cold Water)
Criterion has sensitively restored Cold Water, allowing Americans to finally savor the film's simultaneously dreamy and docudramatic vitality.Ant-Man and the Wasp
One of the finest, most distinctive Marvel productions yet gets an expectedly sterling home-video release.Ant-Man and the Wasp
With Ant-Man and the Wasp, Peyton Reed gives us a sequel that delivers everything you would want from a follow-up to the original, including plenty of exciting action sequences, stunning visual effects, and a marvelous cast to bring it all to life.