Yehuda Siegel

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Magic Mike XXL: The America That Could Be (Review)

Magic Mike XXL is a cathartic redemptive response to its more cynical-minded predecessor, and a joyous, optimistic look to the future.

Gunpowder Milkshake: A Fizzling Flare-Up Of Phosphorescent Femininity (Review)

Gunpowder Milkshake’s title suggests a sugar rush with a bang, but, while the film has its moments of fun, it is mostly an empty experience.

Jennifer’s Body: Unfortunately Ahead Of Its Time (Review)

Jennifer’s Body is a horror comedy that provides a laser-sharp look into femininity within the cut-throat culture of high school.

Park Chan-wook ‘s Thirst: The Humanity of the Inhumane (Review)

Park Chan-wook’s Thirst is an unforgettable and unflinchingly human exploration of the dichotomous emotional responses that come with sinful behavior filtered through vampiric lore.