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Google launches crowdsourced TV show and movie reviews, but only in India

Google has added a new feature that allows web users to contribute their own movie and television reviews right within Google search results – a step towards the possible implementation of Google’s own Rotten Tomatoes or IMDB-like reviews service. But before you get too excited about this, be aware that the feature is currently only available in India....

Movie Review: ‘Painkillers’ – RedCarpetCrash.com

Review by Caitlin Zeigler John Clarke (Adam Huss) is a surgeon hanging out with his son, Brian (Tate Birchmore), when he gets called back into work. On the way, John crashes his car and loses his son. When he awakens in the hospital, his wife Chloe (Madeline Zima), tells him they lost their son and John is having an uncontrollable...

Movie Review: “Painkillers” | Movie Nation

All modern vampire tales are variations on an “addiction” allegory. The “victim” needs her or his “fix.” Even in the “Twilight” movies, that was what played out — Kristen Stewart was addicted to Robert Pattinson’s pale (literal) sparkle. “Painkillers” is novel in that it removes the subtlety of that allegory. A victim, not bitten (but infected, via transfusions or something)...

The Kid Who Would Be King | Movie Review

Movies of the last decade have been full of modern, universally known heroes; Superman, Batman, Spider-Man, the Avengers, and many other brightly-clad defenders of good against evil. There have been less successful attempts to bring back the tales of heroes from the more distant past, such as Robin Hood, Hercules, Perseus (Clash of the Titans and Wrath of the...

Movie Review: ‘Stan & Ollie’ | KMUW

1:44 In 1953, the comedy duo Laurel and Hardy set out on their final tour, a series of theatre performances in the U.K., a decade or two removed from the height of their popularity. This is where we find ourselves in Stan & Ollie, and it’s certainly clear that this is their last...

Movie Review: South Mill District (2018) – horrorfuel.com

Movie Review: South Mill District (2018) A few days ago…or longer if you are reading this from the far flung future, or next week (I’m a regular Criswell!) I reviewed one of my fav flicks I’ve laid eerie eyeballs on in a damn sight; namely Joe Meredith’s Teratomorph (which you can read my wicked words concerning said picture right...

Serenity | Movie Review

Most movies are fairly straightforward. Sometimes you can guess how things are going to end, and other times an ending may throw you off completely. Then there are the films with huge twists that you simply don’t see coming. Serenity is one of those movies, and while we won’t spoil the twist in our review, it turns a compelling...

Movie Review: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs | HistoryNet

By HistoryNet Staff 1/24/2019 • Wild West Magazine The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Annapurna Pictures, distributed by Netflix, 133 minutes, 2018, R The Coen brothers explore...

Movie Review: ‘Reign Of The Supermen’ – RedCarpetCrash.com

The latest DC and Warner Bros. animated movie is Reign of the Supermen. This is a sequel to the 2018 movie The Death of Superman. It’s been six months now since the events of the last movie where Superman gave his life to defeat Doomsday and save mankind. And Superman’s body is missing. Now four new versions of Superman...