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Kevin Jagernauth

Kevin Jagernauth

This weekend, we don’t blame you for buying a ticket to for “Black Panther.” Marvel‘s mega-movie event is going to be a huge game-changer, and not only that, it’s a pretty terrific film. That said, it’s President&#82…

A show the unreservedly deserves the titles One The Best TV Shows Of All Time, “The Wire” was an extraordinary blend of sharp writing, terrific performances, and outstanding casting that alchemically combined into something utterly singular…

“The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” by Robert Louis Stevenson has inspired countless adaptations on the big and small screen. However, it’s likely none fall on quite the same wavelength as the sci-fi comedy (you read that righ…

It was the movie release heard round the world. On Super Bowl Sunday (or, Sunday, as it was called in the rest of the world), Netflix dropped a short teaser for “The Cloverfield Paradox” during the game, and then put the whole damn movie on…

If you don’t know the name Theodore Witcher, don’t feel too badly. In 1997, the filmmaker released the cult romantic comedy “Love Jones” starring Larenz Tate and Nia Long, and the picture returned to the big screen on Valentine&…

More “Tinker Tailor Solider Spy” than “Atomic Blonde,” 20th Century Fox‘s dramatic espionage thriller “Red Sparrow” is likely not the film you’re expecting, or wanting, especially if you’re a fan of the mainstream works of Jennifer Lawrence…

If hindsight is 20/20, looking back at this deal and what could’ve been is blinding. As Marvel celebrates their tenth anniversary, it’s easy to forget that a decade ago, the Marvel Cinematic Universe was a barely formed idea. Heck, superher…

Last fall, “Transparent” star Jeffrey Tambor‘s former assistant Van Barnes accused him of making lewd comments, groping her and threatening to sue if she spoke up about his behavior. A few days later, semi-regular series star Trace Ly…

There are some films that may not make a big noise, but in their own quiet way draw attention. That would be the best way to describe “The Rider,” which has been earning cinephile buzz ever since it premiered at the Cannes Directors’ …

Robert Pattinson has taken a strong post-“Twilight” turn into arthouse films, and it has resulted in arthouse box office. While the films may be acclaimed, the receipts have tended to be small. “Good Time” ($2 million) and &#822…