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Film Review: Looking Glass
A couple who buy an out-of-the-way motel get caught up in a dangerous web of small-town creepiness in this modest but sometimes suspenseful thriller.
Film Review: Bomb City
Teenage rivalries escalate into searing violence in this powerful, fact-based drama about class, money and identity run amok in 1990s Amarillo, Texas.
Film Review: Braven
This sharply directed, back-against-the-wall thriller features strong performances and stunning winter location photography.
Film Review: Like Me
A Millennial spin on toxic teenage angst, this visually thrilling film takes a jaundiced view of social-media obsession.
Film Review: Desolation
Well-done, if not particularly original.
Film Review: Den of Thieves
Cops and criminals who are more alike than they might want to admit face off in this elaborate heist movie that owes a significant debt to Michael Mann's 'Heat.'
Film Review: Mom and Dad
Parents turn on their kids in this silly horror comedy about grownups gone wild.
Film Review: Delirium
A dare involving a supposedly haunted house turns into a night of terror for a group of friends in this formulaic horror tale.
Film Review: Maze Runner: The Death Cure
The third and final installment in the popular young-adult novel-to-film series is purely for the fans.
Film Review: Stratton
A serviceable action thriller pitting a crack M16 against a Russian terrorist, 'Stratton' lacks the overpowering wow factor needed to compete against bigger-budget films in theatrical markets.
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