Movie Reviews Editor's Picks tagged Thriller

  • Us Review

    With his follow-up movie, Us, Jordan Peele further proves that he’s the real deal, cementing his place one of modern filmmaking’s finest.

    With his follow-up movie, Us, Jordan Peele further proves that he’s the real deal, cementing his place one of modern filmmaking’s finest.
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  • Happy Death Day 2U Review

    Just when it looks like Happy Death Day 2U may run the risk of literally repeating itself, the screenplay flips the formula on its head and takes us to uncharted territory.

    Just when it looks like Happy Death Day 2U may run the risk of literally repeating itself, the screenplay flips the formula on its head and takes us to uncharted territory.
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  • Terminator 2: Judgement Day 3D Review

    To say Terminator 2: Judgement Day 3D is the best movie released this summer would be doing it down. It’s one of the best movies released all year and still one of the greatest action movies ever made. And they don’t make them like this anymore.

    To say Terminator 2: Judgement Day 3D is the best movie released this summer would be doing it down. It’s one of the best movies released all year and still one of the greatest action movies ever made. And they don’t make them like this anymore.
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Movie Reviews tagged Thriller

  • House of Gucci Review

    Somewhere between the uproarious Wolf of Wall Street and a campy episode of Dynasty, you have House of Gucci.

    Somewhere between the uproarious Wolf of Wall Street and a campy episode of Dynasty, you have House of Gucci.
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  • No Time to Die Review

    From Billie Eilish’s hauntingly beautiful theme to the bittersweet closing shot, No Time to Die doesn’t waste a minute.

    From Billie Eilish’s hauntingly beautiful theme to the bittersweet closing shot, No Time to Die doesn’t waste a minute.
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  • The Card Counter Review

    The Card Counter is richly atmospheric and intense without ever showing its hand.

    The Card Counter is richly atmospheric and intense without ever showing its hand.
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  • The Protégé Review

    While Q once again brings the martial arts and badass glances in The Protégé, we also get to see a side of her that wasn’t showcased in the Mission: Impossible or Die Hard franchises.

    While Q once again brings the martial arts and badass glances in The Protégé, we also get to see a side of her that wasn’t showcased in the Mission: Impossible or Die Hard franchises.
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