Movie Reviews Editor's Picks tagged Comedy and Crime

  • Logan Lucky Review

    Logan Lucky is about a group of criminals that seem dumb on the surface, but turn out to be smarter than they appear. Likewise, the film itself is much smarter than the ads might have you think.

    Logan Lucky is about a group of criminals that seem dumb on the surface, but turn out to be smarter than they appear. Likewise, the film itself is much smarter than the ads might have you think.
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Movie Reviews tagged Comedy and Crime

  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Review

    Whether Glass Onion leaves you feeling like a master detective or an amateur sleuth, the ride is always fun.

    Whether Glass Onion leaves you feeling like a master detective or an amateur sleuth, the ride is always fun.
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  • Amsterdam Review

    Amsterdam wants to be a murder mystery, a conspiracy caper, a buddy comedy, a war picture, an alternate history movie, and a commentary on political corruption. While its ambition is admirable, the execution isn’t especially fresh or fun.

    Amsterdam wants to be a murder mystery, a conspiracy caper, a buddy comedy, a war picture, an alternate history movie, and a commentary on political corruption. While its ambition is admirable, the execution isn’t especially fresh or fun.
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  • See How They Run Review

    Like Knives Out, See How They Run plays with the conventions of the murder mystery genre, but it takes a more meta approach.

    Like Knives Out, See How They Run plays with the conventions of the murder mystery genre, but it takes a more meta approach.
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  • Bullet Train Review

    While not as game-changing as John Wick or as consistently hilarious as Deadpool 2, Bullet Train beams with the kinetic energy and sly personality we’ve come to anticipate from Leitch.

    While not as game-changing as John Wick or as consistently hilarious as Deadpool 2, Bullet Train beams with the kinetic energy and sly personality we’ve come to anticipate from Leitch.
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