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Robin Holabird's Film Review

A poster for the series “Midnight Mass.” There are several people standing in a dark, open space holding candles. In the background are faint silhouettes of houses, trees and utility poles. A subheadline is included that says, “be not afraid.”
Netflix

For this week’s Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at a spooky TV series just in time for Halloween.

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at a new film that hopes to help everyone fall in love — with opera.

For this week’s Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at a new film that explores the rise and fall of a famous televangelist.

For this week’s Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at a film inspired by a true story of a family trying to succeed in a new country — and culture.

A movie poster for the film “The Card Counter.” A headshot of Oscar Isaac. He is looking toward the camera with a stern expression. Silhouettes of playing card suits are layered over the image.
Focus Features

For this week’s Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at the latest project from the screenwriter behind Taxi Driver.

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at a new film that explores being a teenager to deaf parents.

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR Entertainment Reviewer Robin Holabird looks at the new film that takes viewers on a strange and erratic trip through Hollywood.

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at a film that showcases the life and legacy of a soul legend.

A movie poster for the film “Annette.” Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard are dancing together while dressed in nautical attire. They are positioned on a roaring wave at sea with stormy skies above them.
Amazon Studios

For this week’s Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at a film that premiered at Cannes Film Festival and has something for everyone to like — and dislike.

A movie poster for the film “Nine Days.” Headshots from the film of Winston Duke, Zazie Beetz, Benedict Wong and Bill Skarsgard are placed side by side. There are also four stills of desert-like landscapes included below the headshots.
Sony Pictures

For this week’s Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at a film that explores deep questions about existence.

This week, KUNR entertainment review Robin Holabird looks at a new summer flick based on a true story of a man on a mission to end bullying.

A movie poster for the film “Playing With Sharks.” Valerie Taylor is wearing a swimsuit and an oxygen tank on her back. She is looking toward the camera and smiling. There is an open body of water in the background with visible, inbound waves.
Disney+

For this week’s Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at a summer film that tells us all it’s ok to go into the water.

A movie poster for I Carry You With Me. A portrait of two men closing their eyes with their foreheads touching while one man holds the other’s face. Above the portrait is an image of a residential street and below is a large city with skyscrapers.
Sony Pictures

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at a movie inspired by the real-life love story of two men from Mexico.

A movie poster for the film “Zola.” Headshots of Taylour Paige and Riley Keough are included. Both women are wearing glamorous makeup and looking away from the camera. “Y’all wanna hear a story?” is included at the top of the poster.
A24

For this week’s Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at a new film inspired by a viral social media moment.

A movie poster for the film “Black Widow.” Scarlett Johansson is looking over her shoulder toward the camera with an indifferent expression.
Marvel Studios

For this week’s Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

For this week’s Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at the Broadway hit turned feature film, In The Heights.

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at a new documentary about one of Hollywood's most accomplished actresses.

For this week’s Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird takes a look at a new feel-good movie starring Toni Collette and Damian Lewis.

A movie poster for the film Army of the Dead. A man is dressed in combat gear and looking toward the foreground, where zombie-like hands are reaching toward him. There are neon lights and casino icons, like cards and chips, overlaid in the background.
Netflix

For this week’s Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at the new zombie movie Army of the Dead, which is set in the Silver State.

Movie poster for the film Cruella. A headshot of Emma Stone dressed as Cruella De Vil. She is looking toward the camera with an indifferent expression.
Disney

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird reviews the 101 Dalmatians prequel, which opened Friday in theaters, and streams exclusively on Disney+.

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