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Film Review: Wonderstruck
Two deaf children, separated by half a century, go on concurrent quests to find their NYC parents in this whimsy-overloaded children’s fable.
Film Review: The Snowman
Sorry, Scandinavian mystery geeks: The first adaptation of Jo Nesbø's popular Harry Hole detective novels is a bumbling mess that makes David Fincher’s 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' look like 'Chinatown.'
Film Review: Only the Brave
Knockout work from Josh Brolin and Miles Teller sturdily anchors this sometimes-wobbly firefighter saga based on the 2013 Yarnall Hill disaster.
Film Review: The Foreigner
Grieving Chinese special-forces op takes on the IRA in a politically muddled but still satisfying Jackie Chan vehicle.
Film Review: Breathe
Mo-cap master Andy Serkis directs this handsomely produced, mildly affecting biopic of Robin Cavendish, polio-stricken advocate for the disabled.
Film Review: Marshall
This is the Thurgood Marshall story that most of us never knew. Or some of it, anyway.
Film Review: Professor Marston and the Wonder Women
Wonder Woman gets a real-life origin story in the bold, compassionate, sexy 'Professor Marston and the Wonder Women.'
Film Review: Happy Death Day
Predictably disposable entertainment.
Film Review: Goodbye Christopher Robin
Simon Curtis’ biopic of AA Milne, author of the Winnie the Pooh children’s books, depicts a man haunted by his service in the Great War.
Film Review: The Mountain Between Us
Plane crash unites two strangers in a struggle for survival. Romance competes with wilderness adventure in a lackluster star vehicle.
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