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‘ALLIED’: TRUE-BLUE HOLLYWOOD STORYTELLING

I wish there was another way to say “old-fashioned” and not make it seem like a putdown. I faced…
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ARRIVAL: A PUZZLE WORTH…

A movie doesn’t have to spell everything out for me if I get a sense that the filmmaker is…
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THE LESS-THAN-MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

If you’ve never seen a Western before, Hollywood’s latest effort to revive the genre may divert and even entertain…
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OLIVER STONE’S SNOWDEN: TOO…

Does the world still need a primer on Edward Snowden? If the answer is yes, then Oliver Stone has…
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BRIDGET JONES’S BABY: JUST…

How is the new Bridget Jones movie? Just good enough to satisfy its target audience. Fifteen years after the…
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A MUSICAL LIKE NO…

You may have read about the early success of a new musical on the festival circuit called La La…
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LILY RABE SCORES TOP…

Miss Stevens is a small-scale but entertaining film that’s worth seeing for an incandescent performance by its star, Lily…
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THE RIGHT MAN FOR…

All I knew about Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger is that he safely landed a plane in the Hudson River and…
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‘THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS’…

Based on M.L. Stedman’s best-selling novel, The Light Between Oceans is mesmerizing, at first. It is a physically beautiful…
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FOR FAMILIES AND FANBOYS:…

Kubo and the Two Strings is one of the most original animated films to come along in a while.…
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