Nick Schager

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‘A Cops and Robbers Story’ Review: A Skin-Deep Police Officer Profile

Corey Pegues grew up dealing drugs for Queens’ notorious Supreme Team gang during the 1980s, but he turned his life around by enlisting in the army and, afterwards, by joining the New...

‘Last Words’ Review: A Lethargic Sci-Fi Celebration of Cinema

If you could find only one other person at the end of time, Nick Nolte would be a near-optimal individual to encounter, especially if he ran Earth’s last movie theater. Alas, while...

‘Betrayed’ Review: A Treacherous Holocaust Tragedy

“Betrayed” doesn’t depict anything that hasn’t been seen many times before, but that’s less a knock on its lack of originality than a sad reflection of the fact that millions suffered similar...

‘Isaac’ Review: A Striking, Surreal Film About WWII Horrors

Cinema is a vehicle for investigating historical scars in “Isaac,” a starkly beautiful drama about a filmmaker who returns to his native Lithuania in 1964 to make a movie about a WWII...

‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City’ Review: A Z-Grade Reboot

Popular genre franchises never truly die; they’re always primed to rise from the grave in mutated modernized forms. Thus, following six feature films headlined by Milla Jovovich (and often spearheaded by director...

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