Review: Teen Titans Go! To the Movies Offers Goofy Superhero Fun

Teen Titans Go!, the cartoon series that spawned Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, is essentially a sketch comedy show. Yes, every episode involves the same five main characters — insecure team leader Robin (Scott Menville), bubbly alien princess Starfire (Hyden Walch), droll half-demon Raven (Tara Strong), robotic party guy Cyborg (Khary Payton), animal-based party…

Review: Leave No Trace is a Subtly Beautiful Anti-War Film

It may mostly take place in the tranquil hills of the pacific northwest, but make no mistake: Leave No Trace is about the cost of war. We see that cost in the actions of Will (Ben Foster), a widower and vet whose PTSD drives him away from anyone other than his teenage daughter Tom (Thomasin…

Review: Unfriended: Dark Web Can’t Sell Its Net-Panic Conceit.

It’s hard to think of a new movie more dated than Unfriended: Dark Web. That’s a surprising thing to say about a film featuring tech-savvy 20-somethings using recent technology like Spotify and Faceboook Live to play Cards Against Humanity. But the movie’s treatment of internet terrorism comes directly from 90s thrillers like The Net. Like…