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The movies that are playing in Pittsburgh –– and, more importantly, whether or not they’re worth your time.

Movie Review: Missing

This computer-screen thriller makes good use of its gimmick and provides a twisty, enjoyable mystery.

Movie Review: The Drop

Hulu's dark comedy starts with a baby fumble, but quickly explores the quirks of middle-aged Millennials.

The Top 10 Films of 2022

It was a year of creativity and surprises at the cinema, but one movie took the throne early and held it all year long.

Movie Review: The Whale

Brendan Fraser is remarkable, but director Darren Aronofsky holds “The Whale” back from greatness.

Movie Review: Nanny

Those in search of a streaming pick should seek out the effective, haunting directorial debut from Nikyatu Jusu.

Movie Review: Violent Night

For those who like their holiday movies a little more “Die Hard,” there’s an entertaining (if bloody) new yuletide action flick starring David Harbour as Santa Claus.

Movie Review: The Menu

Foodies beware — a sinister evening is in store for Ralph Fiennes’ guests in this darkly comic thriller.

Movie Review: Amsterdam

Filmmaker David O. Russell returns to the multiplex with a star-studded movie that's just kind of there.

Movie Review: Blonde

Marilyn Monroe deserved a filmmaker who understood (or at least respected) her, not this misfire of a biopic.

Movie Review: Pearl

The near-instant sequel to the slasher film “X” is an intriguing, fresh origin story.

About This Blog

PM Film Editor and movie critic Sean Collier reviews the latest, clues you in on local film happenings and more.

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