Tag Archives: T.J. Miller

Film Review: “Underwater” Nearly Drowns in Clichés, but Stays Afloat Long Enough to Somewhat Entertain

Underwater (William Eubank, 2020) 2 out of 4 stars. An action thriller that almost drowns in its soaked clichés, Underwater nevertheless manages to hold viewer interest for a good portion of its blessedly taut 95-minute length, largely thanks to competent performances from the … Continue reading

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ONCE UPON A DEADPOOL Proves Itself Clever, If Not Wanting

Once Upon a Deadpool (David Leitch) 2 out of 4 stars I suspect that it is the perpetually worsening feeling of political and social dread that has allowed the superhero to become our new and improved God. I myself have … Continue reading

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Ho, Ho, Ho: “Office Christmas Party” Delivers Just Enough Laughs to Justify Its Existence

Office Christmas Party (Josh Gordon/Will Speck, 2016) 2 out of 4 stars There is something both comfortably and distressingly familiar about Office Christmas Party, a simultaneously laid-back and frenetic comedy about underdogs who triumph over adversity of their own making. Filled … Continue reading

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