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Film Review: Every Day
A topical love story that doesn’t burden its romance with its politics.
Film Review: Annihilation
Kubrickian coolness underscores a journey by five women into the heart, brain, liver and spleen of darkness in this harrowing sci-fi horror film that tangles with the idea of identity.
Film Review: Game Night
A quiet game with friends turns into a fight with felons in this Jason Bateman comedy.
Film Review: Red Sparrow
Jennifer Lawrence smolders as a deceptive bird of prey in this erotic spy thriller.
Film Review: Black Panther
'Black Panther' succeeds where other superhero movies fail.
Film Review: Early Man
The very, very B.C. 'Early Man' welcomes you to a wonderfully ditzy world of sports as played in the Neo-Pleistocene era by plasticine figures.
Film Review: Samson
Where's Cecil B. DeMille when you need him?
Film Review: Fifty Shades Freed
A saga of sadomasochistic romance reaches its end, in a well-produced, poorly acted and thoroughly unnecessary installment.
Film Review: The 15:17 to Paris
Three friends help prevent a terrorist attack on a train. No-frills account from director Clint Eastwood with the real-life heroes as stars.
Film Review: Peter Rabbit
The charm of Beatrix Potter’s beloved bunny is buried in a cacophonous movie.
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