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Like soccer with a jetpack

Like soccer with a jetpack

Cosmoball is crazy fun for the whole family, but doesn't treat women with respect.
The horrors of genocide dramatized brilliantly

The horrors of genocide dramatized brilliantly

There's nothing pleasant about genocide but studying it and remembering it happened means that lives are not taken in vain. Jasmila Žbanić's film Quo Vadis, Aida? should be required viewing.
One cut with all the swords

One cut with all the swords

It's a bloody battle royale in Crazy Samurai: 400 vs. 1, but it's barely one worth repeat viewings.
A very promising debut

A very promising debut

There are lots of reasons why Promising Young Woman is a great movie, but you have to watch it to see for yourself.
Save the art, save the culture, stop the Nazis

Save the art, save the culture, stop the Nazis

The Last Vermeer beats The Monuments Men handily with its hands down, hands tied behind its back, and its eyes blindfolded. Need I say more?
It's The Croods 2, doods!

It's The Croods 2, doods!

Yes, I enjoyed the Croods, but don't tell anybody.
The best Korean swordfighting movie you'll ever see

The best Korean swordfighting movie you'll ever see

REVIEW The Swordsman Stars: 4.
Save me, Max Cloud!

Save me, Max Cloud!

Never fear? Max Cloud is here? This new comedy/sci-fi adventure has this Gazette critic wondering if this was meant as Ready Player Two meets Matthew McConaughey's Serenity. Perhaps. Perhaps not.
The future of Chinese animation lies in its mythological past

The future of Chinese animation lies in its mythological past

Like Chinese Animation? The Gazette's film critic is pretty sure that if you don't now, then you soon will as tales like Jiang Ziya become more and more prevalent even in North America.
Black history on film for one and all

Black history on film for one and all

Black History Month adds an extra focus on Black film, especially for non-Black audiences. You could live your life watching