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Film Review: The Commuter
Businessman is blackmailed into killing a passenger aboard a runaway train in a solid Liam Neeson vehicle.
Film Review: Paddington 2
A charmingly triumphant sequel to 2014’s successful 'Paddington.'
Film Review: Proud Mary
A dud crime flick that barely even tries to muster the Blaxploitation cool its title sequence evokes.
Film Review: Insidious: The Last Key
A last gasp.
Film Review: Father Figures
An embarrassing effort from first-time director Lawrence Sher.
Film Review: Downsizing
Experimental process leaves occupational therapist Paul Safranek five inches tall in a gentle sci-fi satire from director Alexander Payne.
Film Review: The Greatest Showman
Eager-to-please musical about the struggles of pioneering impresario P.T. Barnum will have devotees and detractors.
Film Review: Pitch Perfect 3
The Bellas become action stars (of sorts) in a sequel that fails to hit the high notes of the first movie, but which nonetheless delivers laughs.
Film Review: All the Money in the World
Gripping account of the John Paul Getty kidnapping in the 1970s opens a window into a world of unimaginable wealth.
Film Review: Star Wars: The Last Jedi
With Rian Johnson, the keys to the 'Star Wars' franchise are in the right hands.
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