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Robin Holabird's Film Review

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+.

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at the Alfred Hitchcock-inspired film, The Woman in the Window.

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR Entertainment Reviewer Robin Holabird looks at the latest Tom Clancy-based project, Without Remorse.

A film poster for Moon Drops. A man is operating a machine with a light beam projected toward the moon.
Yoram Ever-Hadani

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at some of the projects at this weekend’s Sci-On Film Festival.

A movie poster for the film Four Good Days. Glenn Close and Mila Kunis are sitting next to each other. Close is looking toward Kunis, while Kunis looks away from her with cuts and marks on her face.
Vertical Entertainment

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird looks at the film Four Good Days and says the movie showcases a great performance from a top actress.

A close-up image of wine grapes.
Robin Holabird

The Academy Awards are coming soon, so for this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR Entertainment Reviewer Robin Holabird looks at this year's Best Picture nominees — and pairs them with the perfect wine.

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR Entertainment Reviewer Robin Holabird looks at the movie Voyagers, and says it's a thrilling sci-fi adventure that showcases young talent.

A movie poster for the film "French Exit." Michelle Pfeiffer and Lucas Hedges are sitting in the back of a car with a black cat between them. They are both looking forward with straight faces.
Sony Pictures

KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird says the movie French Exit is a dramatic and comedic adventure buoyed by one of Hollywood's most accomplished actresses.

KUNR Entertainment Reviewer Robin Holabird says the movie Crisis takes a dramatic look at the opioid crisis.

A movie poster for the film “The Courier.” Headshots of Benedict Cumberbatch, Merab Ninidze, Rachel Brosnahan and Jessie Buckley looking away from the camera.
FilmNation Entertainment

KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird says the movie The Courier offers an interesting perspective on a tense time in U.S. history.

KUNR Entertainment Reviewer Robin Holabird says the movie The Father, available in Reno theaters this weekend, showcases magnetic performances from two great performers.

KUNR Entertainment Reviewer Robin Holabird says the film Chaos Walking has thought-provoking themes but lacks the energy of similar titles.

KUNR Entertainment Reviewer Robin Holabird says the new film Judas and the Black Messiah uses strong storytelling to create a powerful drama.

Minari movie poster. A man and a young boy are looking away from the camera. The man is holding a baseball bat in one arm and embracing the young boy with the other.
A24

KUNR entertainment reviewer Robin Holabird finds strong family dynamics in the movie Minari, currently playing in theaters.

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR Entertainment Reviewer Robin Holabird explores the film Land and says it offers strong acting and striking scenery.

The word "Nomadland" is at the center, and spelled out in license plates.
Searchlight Pictures

KUNR Film Critic Robin Holabird says the new movie Nomadland rates as one of the best ever filmed in Nevada.

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR Film Critic Robin Holabird explores today’s theatrical release Supernova and says the film takes a fresh look at Alzheimer's Disease.

The White Tiger movie poster.
Netflix

For this week's Movie Minutes, KUNR Film Critic Robin Holabird explores the movie The White Tiger and says this Indian film offers much more than traditional Bollywood fare.

Kingsley Ben-Adir, Eli Goree, Aldis Hodge and Leslie Odom Jr. are looking at the camera.
Amazon Studios

One Night in Miami theorizes what happened when four famous men got together in a small hotel room after the world heavyweight boxing championship. Instead of partying like crazy, they got into serious discussions about racism in America. One of the men, Cassius Clay, planned to upend expectations by announcing a change of faith and name. Under leadership and guidance by another guy in the room — Malcolm X — Clay aimed towards a different role as Muhammad Ali, the newly crowned heavyweight champion of the world. Malcolm hoped the two other men in the room — football player Jim Brown and singer Sam Cooke — would join the movement and use their influence to forcefully demand racial parity.

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