Jordan Hoffman

I am a freelance writer & member of the NY Film Critics Circle. I tweet about Star Trek, jam bands, jazz, Jews, dried fruit and backgammon.

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How It Ends review – the end of the world is a bore in dull Netflix thriller
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How It Ends review – the end of the world is a bore in dull Netflix thriller
July, 13 2018
Mad hair. Russian owners. Is Jurassic World 2’s meanest dinosaur really Donald Trump?
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Mad hair. Russian owners. Is Jurassic World 2’s meanest dinosaur really Donald Trump?
June, 13 2018
How 3D printers became Hollywood's favorite gimmick
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How 3D printers became Hollywood's favorite gimmick
June, 11 2018
Adrift review – shipshape Shailene Woodley keeps survival drama buoyant
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Adrift review – shipshape Shailene Woodley keeps survival drama buoyant
May, 31 2018
The Seagull review – all-star cast brings out the comedy in Chekhov
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The Seagull review – all-star cast brings out the comedy in Chekhov
April, 24 2018
Al Pacino on Scarface 35 years later: ‘Bombast was what we were trying to say’
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Al Pacino on Scarface 35 years later: ‘Bombast was what we were trying to say’
April, 20 2018
God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness review – preposterous threequel
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God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness review – preposterous threequel
March, 29 2018
The Catcher Was a Spy review – Paul Rudd goes from baseball to Bond in engaging thriller
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The Catcher Was a Spy review – Paul Rudd goes from baseball to Bond in engaging thriller
January, 25 2018
Sorry to Bother You review – weirdo workplace satire may become a cult classic
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Sorry to Bother You review – weirdo workplace satire may become a cult classic
January, 25 2018
Burden review – Ku Klux Klan drama is as subtle as a sledgehammer
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Burden review – Ku Klux Klan drama is as subtle as a sledgehammer
January, 24 2018
Beirut review – Jon Hamm impresses in intelligent 80s-set spy thriller
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Beirut review – Jon Hamm impresses in intelligent 80s-set spy thriller
January, 23 2018
Ophelia review – Daisy Ridley stranded in disastrous Hamlet reimagining
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Ophelia review – Daisy Ridley stranded in disastrous Hamlet reimagining
January, 23 2018
The Miseducation of Cameron Post review – prayers answered with conversion therapy drama
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The Miseducation of Cameron Post review – prayers answered with conversion therapy drama
January, 23 2018
Yardie review – Idris Elba's directorial debut is an uneven disappointment
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Yardie review – Idris Elba's directorial debut is an uneven disappointment
January, 22 2018
Carey Mulligan plays flirtatious under big skies in Paul Dano's directorial debut
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Carey Mulligan plays flirtatious under big skies in Paul Dano's directorial debut
January, 22 2018
Come Sunday review – not enough meat for Chiwetel Ejiofor to save film about born-again Christian pastor
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Come Sunday review – not enough meat for Chiwetel Ejiofor to save film about born-again Christian pastor
January, 22 2018
Colette review – Keira Knightley is on top form in exhilarating literary biopic
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Colette review – Keira Knightley is on top form in exhilarating literary biopic
January, 22 2018
The Tale review – stunning sexual abuse drama is the mother of all #MeToo movies
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The Tale review – stunning sexual abuse drama is the mother of all #MeToo movies
January, 21 2018
Lizzie review – juicy role for Chloe Sevigny in gruesome lesbian axe-murder yarn
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Lizzie review – juicy role for Chloe Sevigny in gruesome lesbian axe-murder yarn
January, 21 2018
brilliantly observed ethical pretzel about a poetically gifted kid
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brilliantly observed ethical pretzel about a poetically gifted kid
January, 20 2018
Rose Byrne's superb turn can't stop Nick Hornby tale falling flat
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Rose Byrne's superb turn can't stop Nick Hornby tale falling flat
January, 20 2018
Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot review – Van Sant's disability drama misses the mark
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Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot review – Van Sant's disability drama misses the mark
January, 20 2018
Insidious: The Last Key review – horror prequel fails to unlock scares
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Insidious: The Last Key review – horror prequel fails to unlock scares
January, 5 2018
Black Mirror's meditation on Star Trek: reinforcing Trekker stereotypes?
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Black Mirror's meditation on Star Trek: reinforcing Trekker stereotypes?
January, 4 2018
Star Wars: The Last Jedi in-depth fan review: 'I finally got to see my dreams come true'
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi in-depth fan review: 'I finally got to see my dreams come true'
December, 14 2017
Only the Brave review – Jeff Bridges firefighter drama only just heats up
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Only the Brave review – Jeff Bridges firefighter drama only just heats up
October, 11 2017
'It's not a concert, it's a show': first reactions to Springsteen on Broadway
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'It's not a concert, it's a show': first reactions to Springsteen on Broadway
October, 4 2017
Have we reached peak Hans Zimmer?
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Have we reached peak Hans Zimmer?
September, 18 2017
Jim and Andy: The Great Beyond review – a delirious peek behind the Carrey-Kaufman curtain
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Jim and Andy: The Great Beyond review – a delirious peek behind the Carrey-Kaufman curtain
September, 13 2017
Chappaquiddick review – tragedy and trauma reign in Ted Kennedy biopic
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Chappaquiddick review – tragedy and trauma reign in Ted Kennedy biopic
September, 11 2017
The Upside review – Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart get the most of out of cheesy, queasy remake of French hit Untouchable
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The Upside review – Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart get the most of out of cheesy, queasy remake of French hit Untouchable
September, 9 2017
Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House review -
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Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House review -
September, 8 2017
Ex Libris: New York Public Library review – the restless mind of the city
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Ex Libris: New York Public Library review – the restless mind of the city
September, 3 2017
Tulip Fever review – long-delayed period drama fails to bloom
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Tulip Fever review – long-delayed period drama fails to bloom
September, 1 2017
Human Flow review – Ai Weiwei's urgent look at the scale of the refugee crisis
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Human Flow review – Ai Weiwei's urgent look at the scale of the refugee crisis
August, 31 2017
Logan Lucky review – Soderbergh roars back with a riotous heist caper
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Logan Lucky review – Soderbergh roars back with a riotous heist caper
July, 24 2017
Psychedelia, clubbing and Muppets: inside the world of Jim Henson
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Psychedelia, clubbing and Muppets: inside the world of Jim Henson
July, 20 2017
Christopher Nolan's 70mm screenings: format folly or cinema's Dunkirk spirit?
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Christopher Nolan's 70mm screenings: format folly or cinema's Dunkirk spirit?
July, 11 2017
The Merciless review – so unpredictable it forgets to be interesting
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The Merciless review – so unpredictable it forgets to be interesting
May, 25 2017
The Florida Project review – poverty and joy in the shadow of the Magic Kingdom
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The Florida Project review – poverty and joy in the shadow of the Magic Kingdom
May, 22 2017
a wild ride through doomed America in Elvis Presley's car
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a wild ride through doomed America in Elvis Presley's car
May, 20 2017
Visages, Villages review – Agnès Varda, people person, creates a self-referential marvel
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Visages, Villages review – Agnès Varda, people person, creates a self-referential marvel
May, 19 2017
Blade of the Immortal review – Takashi Miike's samurai bloodbath shows signs of life
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Blade of the Immortal review – Takashi Miike's samurai bloodbath shows signs of life
May, 18 2017
Why post-credits scenes are slowly ruining blockbusters
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Why post-credits scenes are slowly ruining blockbusters
May, 9 2017
Annie Hall at 40: ranking the film's funniest moments
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Annie Hall at 40: ranking the film's funniest moments
April, 20 2017
Sandy Wexler review – Adam Sandler's 90s-set comedy is strange yet strangely likable
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Sandy Wexler review – Adam Sandler's 90s-set comedy is strange yet strangely likable
April, 14 2017
The 10 greatest second world war films you haven't seen
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The 10 greatest second world war films you haven't seen
March, 29 2017
The Zookeeper's Wife review – Jessica Chastain drama is wildly inconsistent
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The Zookeeper's Wife review – Jessica Chastain drama is wildly inconsistent
March, 20 2017
The Most Hated Woman in America review – Melissa Leo lifts messy biopic
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The Most Hated Woman in America review – Melissa Leo lifts messy biopic
March, 14 2017
Song to Song review – Terrence Malick returns to form with lyrical love triangle
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Song to Song review – Terrence Malick returns to form with lyrical love triangle
March, 11 2017
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