Maxance Vincent

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Cinderella: An Unnecessary Readaptation (Review)

Kay Cannon’s Cinderella fails to assess its relevance, as a timeless story is readapted yet again for the modern era.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch – “Kamino Lost” (Episode 16 Review)

A disappointing finale for an overall disappointing series, “Kamino Lost” bookends the first season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch in underwhelming territory. 

Vivo (Review): A Spectacular Animated Musical

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Alex Lacamoire deliver yet another musical masterpiece with memorable songs and colorful animated characters in Vivo.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch – “Return to Kamino” (Episode 15 Review)

Star Wars: The Bad Batch ’s penultimate episode brings some genuine thrills as the Clones return to Kamino and confront Crosshair, but that feels too little too late. 

Star Wars: The Bad Batch – “War-Mantle” (Ep. 14 Review)

Star Wars: The Bad Batch is going in a standard direction with “War-Mantle”, setting up a clash between the Empire and Clone Force 99 for its final two episodes. 

Star Wars: The Bad Batch – “Infested” (Ep. 13 Review)

Star Wars: The Bad Batch continues its middling weekly episodes, and “Infested” is another forgettable one that barely moves the story forward. 

Star Wars: The Bad Batch – “Rescue on Ryloth” (Ep. 12 Review)

While “Rescue on Ryloth” feels like another detour for Star Wars: The Bad Batch, it at least gives us a clear glimpse of where the series’ last four episodes will go.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch – “Devil’s Deal” (Ep. 11 Review)

The latest episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, “Devil’s Deal”, subverts the initial beats of the previous ten episodes for an origin story of a fan-favorite character we didn’t know we wanted.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch – “Common Ground” (Ep. 10 Review)

“Common Ground” retracts previous character development in favor of a dull side-quest that has nothing to do with what The Bad Batch ‘s last two episodes have established.

No Sudden Move: Classic Soderbergh (Review)

In No Sudden Move, Steven Soderbergh unleashes his classic aesthetics for a fun crime-caper featuring a star-studded cast.