Tagged: Movie Review

Movie Review: ‘The Belko Experiment’

Hiko Mitsuzuka reviews the workplace horror-satire "The Belko Experiment" and discovers a grisly good time.

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Movie Review: ‘Hidden Figures’

Hiko Mitsuzuka discovers the "Hidden Figures" in this exciting tribute to the unsung heroines behind NASA's historic launch of the 1960s.

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Movie Review: ‘Office Christmas Party’

Hiko Mitsuzuka crashes the R-rated "Office Christmas Party" with a review of the yuletide work-com.

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Movie Review: ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’

Hiko Mitsuzuka takes a magical journey to 1926 New York to review "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them."

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Movie Review: ‘Trolls’

Hiko Mitsuzuka has a hard time finding his happy place while reviewing the colorful and persistently cheerful "Trolls."

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Movie Review: ‘Moonlight’

Hiko Mitsuzuka takes on the haunting and heart-wrenching coming-of-age drama "Moonlight" from writer-director Barry Jenkins.

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Movie Review: ‘The Magnificent Seven’

Hiko Mitsuzuka sits through Antoine Fuqua's "Magnificent Seven," a retelling of an American classic but finds it anything but magnificent.

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Movie Review: ‘The Hollars’

Hiko Mitsuzuka reviews John Krasinki's family dramedy "The Hollars" that feels a bit too familiar.

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Movie Review: ‘Star Trek Beyond’

What Justin Lin & Co. have created with "Star Trek Beyond" is a serviceable, back-to-basics chapter that reminds audiences why "Star Trek" existed in the first place. Hiko Mitsuzuka reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘Lights Out’

Hiko Mitsuzuka ventures into the darkness to solve the mystery behind "Lights Out," a potential new horror franchise.

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Movie Review: ‘Keanu’

Hiko Mitsuzuka enjoyed Key & Peele's kitten rescue comedy but thinks the plot itself could've used some rescuing.

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Movie Review: ‘London Has Fallen’

Hiko Mitsuzuka wonders why Gerard Butler is channelling his inner 80s action hero in "London Has Fallen," a genre that doesn't need to rehash such tiresome tropes.

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Movie Review: ‘Youth’

'Youth' is a vibrant, and moving film that's not to be missed for lovers of great cinema. Scott Youngbauer reviews the Paolo Sorrentino masterpiece.

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Movie Review: ‘Carol’

Hiko Mitsuzuka gets mesmerized by the exquisite performances and directorial choices in 'Carol,' one of the best films of 2015.

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Movie Review: ‘Miss You Already’

'Beaches' it ain't. Hiko Mitsuzuka discusses the dramedy-weepie starring Toni Collette and Drew Barrymore.

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