'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' is like a golden circle itself: shiny, yet empty inside.
Darren Aronofsky’s symbolic tale of a young woman besieged by barbarous intruders in her own house is so extreme it makes his 'Black Swan' look like a Merchant Ivory film.
The great comeback of Pennywise the killer clown is scary and surprisingly fun.
Narcissist learns money can't buy happiness, or something like that, in a tepid Ben Stiller vehicle.
Refreshingly honest and down-to-earth portrait of the struggle of Jeff Bauman, who lost his legs in the Boston Marathon bombing.
This tinselly doc about an eminent shoe designer is a very shiny object lacking a substantive core.
An alternately moving and protracted depiction of the Cambodian genocide from Angelina Jolie.
Arty but empty.
The life behind the legend of J.D. Salinger is examined and explained—up to a point.
Survey of National Heritage Fellowship winners shows the breadth of art and its practitioners in America.
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