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Past articles by Dan:

The Film Buffa at the Movies: Why Lady Gaga as a singing Harley Quinn is perfect

Lady Gaga as a singing Harley Quinn is perfect, according to Dan Buffa. Read more about the project and other films and shows this week. → Read More

Movie fans get a 'Ticket to Paradise' this October with George Clooney and Julia Roberts reunion

The stars and real life friends return to the screen together for the fifth time, sparring as exes in this romantic comedy. → Read More

The Film Buffa at the Movies: Is Jon Bernthal back as The Punisher?

Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe, Spielberg's latest, Cruise rules and the idea of Frank Castle making a return in the MCU. → Read More

The Film Buffa at the Movies: Let the 'John Wick: Chapter 4' hype commence

A fresh look at the next Keanu Reeves adventure, as well as a film recommendation and what I'm watching this weekend. → Read More

Commentary: To Soto or Not Soto? That's the question for the Cardinals

Think about this. You can replace the players needed to acquire Soto, but you can't replace a guy like Soto. → Read More

Review | 'Jurassic World Dominion': The thrill has gone far away from here

Steven Spielberg's 1993 original will still live on as the real deal of this entire franchise. The Chris Pratt-led series has gotten very long in the tooth. → Read More

Review: 'Top Gun: Maverick,' Tom Cruise has still got it, but is it better than the original?

A genuine crowd pleaser, the first summer blockbuster that should take some tragedy of the real world out of your mind for 2 hours. A little Cruise goes a long way. → Read More

'On the Count of Three' Review: Jerrod Carmichael's debut is the epitome of an indie darling

If there's one thing that I loved about Carmichael's directorial debut, it's the lived-in feel and big-time personality it showed in just 76 minutes of movie time. → Read More

Commentary: How Marvel finally unleashed Elizabeth Olsen's deadly versatility

The spellbinding and grieving avenger has been blazing a trail up to her show-stopping performance in "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness." Here's how. → Read More

Commentary: Do people actually read movie reviews these days?

People may flock to the theater to see "The Batman" before even reading a review on it. But the smaller movies require more pre-theater research. → Read More

Winning 'Father Stu' carried by Wahlberg, but stolen by Mel Gibson and Jacki Weaver

Mark Wahlberg does a lot of heavy lifting in this winning biopic, but it's his co-stars who steal the show as Stuart Long's embattled parents. → Read More

'Everything Everywhere All at Once' Review: Come for the Michelle Yeoh showcase, stay for the creative storytelling

"Everything Everywhere" delivers a unique thrill in that you never quite know what's happening, yet your eyes refuse to look away. → Read More

'The Adam Project' Review: Ryan Reynolds adventure film aims for the heart and hits

Imagine accidentally traveling back in time 32 years for a chance encounter with your dad, and asking him to help you save the world. → Read More

Commentary | Why Ryan Reynolds doesn't have to change

If Hollywood has taught us that comedy is harder than drama, then let the "Deadpool" star continue to make us laugh. → Read More

Review | 'Studio 666' is proof that the Foo Fighters should stick to music

Don’t waste your time here. Just find one of their great rock albums, and listen to that instead. → Read More

The power of the 'Dog' makes this heartwarming Channing Tatum tale a winner

More than anything (topless Channing!), “Dog” tells the much-needed story of Army Ranger dogs, and their affliction. → Read More

'Blacklight' Review: Please stop doing these movies, Liam Neeson

Once an accomplished actor and action star, Liam Neeson now stars in direct-to-DVD garbage like this on a regular basis. → Read More

'Marry Me' Review: Hit the theaters or Redbox date for Jennifer Lopez's latest?

This rom-com would have played very well about 15-20 years ago. What about today? → Read More

10 Reactions: The good, bad, and ugly of the 94th Academy Award nominations

The Oscar nominations are officially out, and here are some instant reactions from our film critic, Dan Buffa. → Read More

Review: 'Sundown' marks one of Tim Roth's finest performances

A very unconventional drama. Some will take refuge in its wandering plotline, while others could be put off by its realism. → Read More