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True-life account of sniper Chris Kyle's four tours of duty in Iraq is a powerful meditation on the effects of war. More »
Saying this underbaked Chronicle knockoff is meant for teenagers is an insult to the intelligence of teenagers everywhere. More »
Kevin Costner continues a quietly incremental comeback with this child-custody drama. It could have been his Kramer vs. Kramer–but doesn’t even come close. More »
Security expert fights a Las Vegas thug in a pointless remake of the 1986 Burt Reynolds vehicle Heat. More »
J-Lo's latest histrionic effort provides some fitful low-grade diversion but is not the gloriously juicy trash one might have hoped for. More »
A potentially intriguing interracial love story between an ex-soldier and Middle Eastern lass feels much too forced and contrived. More »
The latest classical-music legend to have his life trashed–again—by a cheaply sensationalistic movie, this famed fiddler deserved way better. More »
The ’90s boy band dusts itself off for a self-congratulatory, and not especially revelatory, career retrospective on the occasion of their 20th anniversary tour. More »
The long shadow and in-your-face reality of mortality shadows nearly all the entries in this year’s powerful, draining Oscar-nominated documentary short films program. More »
This year’s program of Oscar-nominated live-action short films is longer on character and short on cute. More »
Valmir Fernandes, president of Cinemark International, will receive the Global Achievement Award in Exhibition at CinemaCon More »
The fifth annual CinemaCon will return to Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on April 20-23 More »
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