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Maxance Vincent

Maxance is a film student at the Université de Montréal, with a minor in Video Game Studies and a freelance film/TV and culture critic, focusing on genre cinema and contemporary feature films, while initiating as many people as he can to the incredible chaos of Uncut Gems.

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Infinity Pool (Movie Review): Cronenberg’s Latest is a Hot Mess

While Infinity Pool contains interesting ideas, the narrative is oftentimes jumbled and features silly performances from Alexander Skarsgard and Mia Goth.

You Resemble Me (Review): A Devastating & Spellbinding Character Drama

Dina Amer’s You Resemble Me is not an easy film to watch, but its central performance from Mouna Soualem grips us until the very end.

Missing (Film Review): A Superior Film to Searching

While Missing isn’t necessarily closely related to Searching, the film’s multiple twists and turns will keep the audience on edge from beginning to end.

Kaleidoscope (Review): Netflix’s Latest Gamble Pays Off

Netflix’s Kaleidoscope is an interesting series to explore in any order you want, anchored by great performances from Giancarlo Esposito, Jai Courtney, Paz Vega, and Niousha Noor.

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish Review: Our Favorite Fearless Hero Returns

Puss in Boots returns for The Last Wish, a wild and imaginative animated adventure that ranks high as one of the Shrek franchise’s best films.

Hunt (2022) Review: Lee Jung-jae’s Passable Directorial Debut

Hunt has great action sequences, but its plot is far too convoluted and its characters aren’t as interesting as Jung-jae thinks they are.

Disenchanted (Movie Review): Be Careful What You Wish For

Disenchanted arrives on Disney+ and almost immediately disappoints, fundamentally misunderstanding what made the first one so great in the first place. 

Falling for Christmas (Netflix) Review: It’s Lindsay Lohan’s Time to Shine

Lindsay Lohan returns to the screen with the campiest yet terrifically engrossing Christmas rom-com possible in Netflix ’s Falling for Christmas. 

One Piece Film: RED (Movie Review): The Most Emotional One Piece Film Yet

One Piece Film: RED is the most emotional of the franchise since Episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in Winter, Miracle Sakura, and its most visually stunning yet.

Prey for the Devil (Review): A Ridiculous Exorcist Ripoff

Despite some semi-decent PG-13 body horror, Prey for the Devil unfortunately falls terribly flat on its face with a dull retread of William Friedkin’s The Exorcist.