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Ani Bundel is a TV Writer for Elite Daily and WETA and contributes regularly to NBC News THINK and Culturess.
LaToya Ferguson has reviewed for Entertainment Weekly, The Guardian, Paste, and is a regular contributor to the A.V. Club.
Remezcla publishes reviews and other articles geared toward a modern Latinx audience.
Steeped in the NOLA film scene, Bill Arceneaux is a freelancer of 8 years who currently writes for Big Easy Magazine.
Uneven midlife-crisis dramedy has drinking, language.
‐ Sandie Angulo Chen,
Common Sense Media
Touchdown for faith-based fans; underage drinking.
‐ Tara McNamara,
Common Sense Media
Told with humor and compassion, but a bit too niche to win widespread appeal. What the documentary does very well is spotlight deserving, hard-working chefs who don't ordinarily get much attention.
‐ Daniel Eagan,
There's no point to prolonging the inevitable, except to pad the movie out to its barely feature-length run time.
‐ Tasha Robinson,
An essential entry in early-'80s independent American cinema, Suburbia receives a radical Blu-ray upgrade from Shout! Factory, along with a pair of commentaries worth hearing in full.
‐ Clayton Dillard,
Based to a great degree on William Shakespeare's much-filmed Taming of the Shrew, 10 Things I Hate About You is without question the teen movie to watch with your best girl or yarn carrying grandma.
‐ IGN Staff,