Movie Reviews Editor's Picks tagged Romance

  • Yesterday Review

    With Yesterday, Boyle and Curtis deliver on a gripping storyline full of unexpected twists and shouts.

    With Yesterday, Boyle and Curtis deliver on a gripping storyline full of unexpected twists and shouts.
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  • Phantom Thread Review

    Phantom Thread is a confusing, odd, dark, sharply funny and gorgeous 130-minute ride. Fans of Anderson will not be disappointed.

    Phantom Thread is a confusing, odd, dark, sharply funny and gorgeous 130-minute ride. Fans of Anderson will not be disappointed.
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Movie Reviews tagged Romance

  • Bros Review

    When it comes to across-the-board representation, few mainstream LGBTQ+ movies have gotten it right like Bros.

    When it comes to across-the-board representation, few mainstream LGBTQ+ movies have gotten it right like Bros.
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  • Blonde Review

    At nearly three hours, Blonde can be familiar, but de Armas’ performance is one of a kind.

    At nearly three hours, Blonde can be familiar, but de Armas’ performance is one of a kind.
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  • Three Thousand Years of Longing Review

    Three Thousand Years of Longing is an admirable effort, but the premise doesn’t quite reach its potential.

    Three Thousand Years of Longing is an admirable effort, but the premise doesn’t quite reach its potential.
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  • Downton Abbey: A New Era Review

    The first Downton Abbey had its charms, but it lacked genuine stakes. Granted, the Downton Abbey series wasn’t always conflict-heavy, but it did explore the Titanic’s sinking, World War I, and death. And what was the main conflict in the…

    The first Downton Abbey had its charms, but it lacked genuine stakes. Granted, the Downton Abbey series wasn’t always conflict-heavy, but it did explore the Titanic’s sinking, World War I, and death. And what was the main conflict in the movie? Will the servants get to wait on the King and Queen? There was a simplistic appeal, but the premise just as easily could’ve worked as a TV episode. Downton Abbey: A New Era feels worthier of cinema. That’s partly because it’s about…
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