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“The Holdovers” (2024) review: Holding Oscar nominations

“The Holdovers,” directed by Alexander Payne, is a surprisingly upbeat and touching film that explores depression and loss.

‘Saltburn’ takes a shallow dive into obsession. A deeper review

"Saltburn" builds a universe of vapidity, the depraved, and the beautiful. And like its characters, the movie is gorgeous but shallow.

Notes by Nadia: TV is ruined

I miss the days when I could turn the TV on and watch reruns of my favorite childhood shows. Now, they’re all blocked behind a paywall. 

Netflix’s “Choose Love” is a great choice for movie night

The movie isn’t trying to win an Oscar. “Choose Love” is the kind of film you put on the night before a test to try to turn your brain off.

Oppenheimer: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the IMAX

I'd also like to make a bet here. I will not see a movie this year that is better than this fantastic story that Nolan was able to tell.

Thank you Barbenheimer

I was delighted when we exited the theater for “Oppenheimer” and nearly the entire crowd walked straight towards “Barbie.”

My Oscars 2023 reactions

Many films were nominated for various awards this year — some won, certain ones were snubbed, and others were deservedly recognized.

If I picked the winners: Oscars 2023

Instead of only talking about the possibly fortunate and unfortunate predictions of the ceremony, I decided to talk about my votes.

‘Men’: A Very Hollow Comedy

There is nothing really to say about this movie. It has a short runtime, but it seems to go on forever.

Ambulance: Is Michael Bay having fun again?

I would really despise this film if it tried to be deeper than it really is. But Bay made an engaging film that doesn’t let go of you until the final piece of tension breaks.