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Film Review: Uncle Drew
Silly, harmless, sentimental, familiar as a soft drink on a summer’s afternoon, this adaptation of a Pepsi web series is popcorn entertainment at its airiest.
Film Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp
Sequel to the 2015 hit finds Ant-Man and his team on a rescue mission into the Quantum Realm. Bright, vibrant adventure improves on the original.
Film Review: Sicario: Day of the Soldado
This grim, propulsive and Emily Blunt-less sequel has Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro wreaking havoc on the cartels and their own frayed morality.
Film Review: Tag
Five friends carry on a game of tag for decades in a comedy based on a newspaper article.
Film Review: SuperFly
Another reimagining of a vintage movie that still stands perfectly well on its own, 'SuperFly' is slick but not cool and has nothing much to say.
Film Review: Incredibles 2
Fourteen years later, Brad Bird super-sizes the Incredibles, but it’s the charm of the characters he created that really counts.
Film Review: Hereditary
Through a traumatic story of familial grief, debuting director Ari Aster has pulled off a relentless horror film, possibly a new genre classic, with scares for the ages.
Film Review: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Thanks to skilled direction, a flawed script can’t quite hamstring Universal’s latest dino romp.
Film Review: Ocean's 8
Lightly entertaining caper movie brings a welcome female POV to the “Ocean’s” formula.
Film Review: Hotel Artemis
Crooks open battle in a bootleg L.A. hospital while riots erupt outside in a sci-fi thriller with a surprising cast.
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