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Spidey Keeps Swinging and Slinging with Spider-Man: No Way Home

Spidey Keeps Swinging and Slinging with Spider-Man: No Way Home

James Jay Edwards reviews Spider-Man: No Way Home, a new Spider-Man superhero film in the MCU, directed by Jon Watts and starring Tom Holland. (Sony Pictures) 

Spielberg Plays It Safe with West Side Story

James Jay Edwards reviews West Side Story, a new film adaptation of the classic stage musical romantic drama; directed by Steven Spielberg. (20th Century Studios)

Paul Thomas Anderson Writes a Love Letter to the Seventies with Licorice Pizza

James Jay Edwards reviews Licorice Pizza, a coming-of-age comedy-drama film written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)  

Ghostbusters: Afterlife Has the Same Spirit As the Original, With More Heart

James Jay Edwards reviews Ghostbusters: Afterlife, a supernatural comedy film directed by Jason Reitman and a sequel to the 1980s Ghostbusters films. (Sony Pictures) 

The Beta Test Tests the Boundaries of Its Own Identity

James Jay Edwards reviews The Beta Test, a dark comedy thriller film written, directed, and starring Jim Cummings and PJ McCabe. (IFC Films) 

Eternals Is a Better Marvel Movie Than It Is a Chloé Zhao Movie

James Jay Edwards reviews Eternals, a new superhero film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe directed by Chloé Zhao. (Marvel Studios, Walt Disney Motion Pictures)

Edgar Wright Creates Beautiful Chaos with Last Night in Soho

James Jay Edwards reviews Last Night in Soho, a psychological horror film directed by Edgar Wright, and starring Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy. (Focus Features) 

Guillermo del Toro and Scott Cooper Team Up for the Horrifying Antlers

James Jay Edwards reviews Antlers, a supernatural horror film directed by Scott Cooper and produced by Guillermo del Toro. (Fox Searchlight Pictures) 

Dune May Be Unfilmable, but Denis Villeneuve Gives It One Heck of a Try

James Jay Edwards reviews Dune, an epic science fiction film directed by Denis Villeneuve, the latest attempt to adapt Frank Herbert’s novel. (Warner Bros. Pictures)