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  • Mid90s

    Mid90s

    ★★★½

    Jonah Hill offers up an honest coming-of-age story about a few extremely flawed characters in "Mid90s." It gives what we think is a realistic look into the street skating subculture that was prominent in the mid-90's, as well as the "what, me worry?" attitude of late Gen-Xers and early Millennials of an era populated by latchkey kids who were often left without supervision.

    Full Review > www.lololovesfilms.com/2018/11/movie-review-mid90s-2018.html

  • First Man

    First Man

    ★★½

    ...it's a huge problem when your movie peaks in the first ten minutes... When it comes down to it, the biggest problem for "First Man" is that it is a bit dull with only fleeting moments of excitement and inspiration. We absolutely love movies about space and space exploration, but this was a massive disappointment for us. It is overlong and poorly paced. Every minute feels like three. What's sad is because of the talent involved here, this movie has almost been preordained to be nominated for an Academy Award...

    Full Review > www.lololovesfilms.com/2018/10/movie-review-first-man-2018.html

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  • The Nice Guys

    The Nice Guys

    ★★★★½

    Writer and director Shane Black is no stranger to neo-noir dark comedies featuring a rag-tag duo. In fact, it seems to be his niche. His film "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" garnered a strong cult following and hefty critical praise, and now, Black presents his latest crime comedy, "The Nice Guys," in the hopes that it will receive the same acclaim with a little more commercial success. So far, it has! Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe star as private investigator Holland…

  • Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

    Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

    ★★★★

    Directed by Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer, and written by the two of them along with their The Lonely Island co-star Andy Sandberg, "Pop Star: Never Stop Never Stopping" is a mockumentary in the tradition of "This is Spinal Tap." It follows the life and career of Conner, aka Conner4Real played by Andy Sandberg. Conner4Real's first solo album set cultural and musical benchmarks and was a massive financial and critical success. Hoping to recapture that same glory, his second solo…