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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.
Film Review: Atomic Blonde
Charlize Theron is a Stoli-swilling superspy extraordinaire in David Leitch’s worthy follow-up to 'John Wick.'
Film Review: Girls Trip
One over-the-top Trip.
Film Review: Dunkirk
Christopher Nolan's ghostly and taut war story is his best film in years.
Film Review: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
Soldiers search a spaceship colony for dangerous rebels in Luc Besson's defiantly loopy sci-fi adventure.
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