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  • Malcolm & Marie

    Malcolm & Marie


    Unable to push the absurd premise beyond that as much of it reminds you of one of those more mediocre titles at student film festivals, except this time itโ€™s filled with a lot of meaningless American, Hollywood mumbo jumbo.

    Smileys: Editing and Zendaya are mostly great

    Frowneys: Screenplay, dialogue, runtime, cinematography

    That budget has to be fake right?

    full review: www.aftermisery.com/post/malcolm-and-marie-review

  • One Night in Miami...

    One Night in Miami...


    Outstanding portrayals, confident leadership of Regina King and razor-sharp dialogue cut very deep in a showcase that you canโ€™t look away from. A real knock-out of an adaptation.

    Smileys: Whole cast's performances, directing, dialogue, soundtrack

    Frowneys: Minor issues with structure

    full review: www.aftermisery.com/post/one-night-in-miami-review

Popular reviews

  • Antebellum



    Antebellum might very well be the most perplexing piece of work to come out in last few years as how a viewer would approach discussing it in any way. Janelle Monรกe stars as both Eden and Veronica and; Eden is a slave at a 19th century plantation looking for a chance to escape while Veronica is an author and a speaker on black peopleโ€™s issues in modern time, the movie structuring itself changing between these two timelines. We might asโ€ฆ

  • Soul



    It once again reminds you how these films can affect even adults and even surprise you to an extent. Finds ways to take the path less travelled, mixes genre elements and has a gorgeous original score as well.

    Smileys: Screenplay, score, tone, Jamie Foxx, originality

    Frowneys: Nothing too bad here

    The pizza looked great as well, am I right?

    full review: www.aftermisery.com/post/soul-review