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Film Review: The Hitman's Bodyguard
An above-average, obscenity-laden buddy comedy that mostly excels due to the brilliant comic pairing of Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson.
Film Review: The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature
A thoroughly unentertaining animated feature about animals discovering their environmentally friendly roots while battling a corrupt mayor’s plan to destroy their natural habitat.
Film Review: Annabelle: Creation
Another evil-doll spinoff of 'The Conjuring' defined by tepid, formulaic jump-scare tactics.
Film Review: The Glass Castle
Good memoirs don’t necessarily make good movies—but good characters do, and if those characters are brought to life by brilliant actors—well, this is why 'The Glass Castle' is one of the best memoir-to-movie efforts we’ve seen in a long while.
Film Review: Wind River
Game tracker and rookie FBI agent search the mountains of Wyoming for the killer of a Native American student. Slow, derivative, exploitive thriller.
Film Review: The Dark Tower
This campy, stripped-down summary of or sequel to (it’s confusing) Stephen King’s cross-dimensional fantasy western is a late-summer bummer.
Film Review: Kidnap
Halle Berry delivers in an entertaining actioner.
Film Review: Detroit
Kathryn Bigelow’s latest nerve-scraper is another journalistic war film, only this time set not in the Middle East but the race-riot-shattered streets of America, circa 1967.
Film Review: The Emoji Movie
Inspired work by an enthusiastic group of name actors isn’t enough to carry this otherwise under-inspired animated popcorn movie.
Film Review: An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power
Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk check in with climate crusader Al Gore in this effective, if too loosely structured, doc.
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