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Josh Bell

Josh Bell is the film editor for Las Vegas Weekly, where he's been writing movie and TV reviews since 2002. He's also written about movies for The Dissolve, LA Weekly, Film Racket and other outlets. Find more from him at joshbellhateseverything.com.

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  • A&E

    Monday, July 24, 2017

    “Red Sun,” a highlight of the Buckingham/McVie album, sounded nearly as satisfying as one of the Fleetwood Mac classics.

  • Screen

    Thursday, July 20, 2017

    The movie stumbles within the framework of the great-artist biopic, but it can be affecting as a depiction of a troubled, sometimes tender romance.

  • Screen

    Thursday, July 20, 2017

    Jason Bateman plays a Chicago financial planner with a wife and two kids who also happens to be a longtime money-launderer for a Mexican drug cartel.

  • A&E

    Thursday, July 20, 2017

    Luc Besson has shown a great flair for exuberantly nonsensical science fiction in movies like The Fifth Element and Lucy, and this marks the culmination of that style.

  • Screen

    Thursday, July 20, 2017

    In a small Southern town, various supernatural beings coexist in fragile harmony, while nefarious outsiders commit crimes that threaten to upset their quiet way of life.

  • Screen

    Thursday, July 13, 2017

    Protagonists should know better than to make wishes on mysterious ancient artifacts, but teenager Clare ignores the warning signs.

  • Noise

    Thursday, July 13, 2017

    By unironically embracing the lush sounds of ’80s soft-rock and ’90s adult contemporary, the sisters have succeeded at making the uncool cool.

  • Screen

    Thursday, July 13, 2017

    They’re all so unpleasant and treat each other so poorly, it’s hard to imagine they’d want to spend even a few minutes together.

  • Screen

    Thursday, July 13, 2017

    Including Lance Burton’s feature about a birthday-party magician who takes on the mob.

  • A&E

    Monday, July 10, 2017

    Although the heights of their popularity occurred about 20 years apart, the acts proved to be a surprisingly smart co-headlining pair.