Brad Gullickson

Brad Gullickson is a Weekly Columnist for Film School Rejects and Senior Curator for One Perfect Shot. When not rambling about movies here, he's rambling about comics as the co-host of Comic Book Couples Counseling. Hunt him down on Twitter: @MouthDork. (He/Him)
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Where Does ‘Star Wars’ Go After ‘The Book of Boba Fett’?

By Brad Gullickson 

Well, the end-credits scene sure is handsome. We certainly want more of that.

Dakota Johnson Madame Web

Dakota Johnson as Madame Web is as Weird as it Sounds

By Brad Gullickson 

Spider-Man comics are filled with strange creations and Madame Web is one of the strangest.

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Meet the Spaghetti Western Killer in ‘The Book of Boba Fett’

By Brad Gullickson 

How dare he gun down the most handsome cowboy in the galaxy far, far away!?

Am I Ok Sundance Review

‘Am I OK?’ Celebrates Coming of Age at Any Age

By Brad Gullickson 

Directors Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allynne provide a personal stamp to this warm, giddy tale of female friendship.

Alice Movie Sundance Review

‘Alice’ is an Uneasy But Bold Reckoning with America’s Grotesque “History”

By Brad Gullickson 

The less you know about it, the better, but it’s probably already too late for you.

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‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Takes a Step Backward Before Its Showdown

By Brad Gullickson 

The Chapter 5 sidequest brings an old friend back into the fold, and it’s as satisfying as it is frustrating.

Honk For Jesus Save Your Soul

‘Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.’ is Two Movies When It Should Be One

By Brad Gullickson 

But you can’t be too mad about its structural sin when you have Sterling K. Brown and Regina Hall quietly waging war with each other.

We Need To Talk About Cosby

‘We Need to Talk About Cosby’ Reckons with the Two Bill Cosbys

By Brad Gullickson 

This Showtime docuseries from W. Kamau Bell is an invitation to discuss a painful betrayal beyond its headlines and tweets.

When You Finish Saving The World Sundance

‘When You Finish Saving the World’ Wants You Out of Your Head

By Brad Gullickson 

Jesse Eisenberg’s feature directorial debut is an exhausting bout between mother and son, sold by Julianne Moore and Finn Wolfhard’s captivating anti-chemistry.