It’s the start of horror movie season, and “Smile” is a good way to start your annual fix.
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“On The Come Up” may have the characters and plot points, but like many book adaptations, it lacks the source material’s soul.
While many films romanticize having long-lasting friendships, “The Razing” reminds you of the trouble that comes from people knowing the worst about you.
“Pearl” is an origin story more geared towards being a streaming release than a theatrical one.
“Goodbye, Don Glees!” is a coming-of-age story that takes longer than it should to hook you, but once it has you, you’re attentive.
While “Margaux” has visual effects not up to the grade you might be used to, the cast and story will keep you around until the end.
“Who Invited Them” reminds you of the dangers of having a house party where anyone could step into the place you call home.
As long as you start “The Harbinger” recognizing it is an indie movie, not a big-budget production, you can forgive its flaws and enjoy what is given.
“Into The Deep” lacks the level of mystery needed to make its small cast flourish.
In “Jane,” we’re reminded of the desperation high school seniors have to get into the right school, get the right job and have the lives they desire.