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You’d normally be hard-pressed to find a link between color guards – those tween-to-teen troupes who do military-style dance...

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It would be easy to write off Before I Fall as the Groundhog Day of teen weepies – but...

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Is Wolverine getting old? Think of this renegade, genre-defying chapter in the film franchise as...

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If you’re wondering about that movie with the funny title – the...

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A jolt-a-minute horroshow laced with racial tension and stinging satirical wit. How is one movie all that? See...

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Charlie Day owns one of the highest-pitched male squeaks in the business and he puts it to hilarious use...

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Matt Damon has earned his action bona fides with The Martian and the Bourne films; veteran Chinese filmmaker...

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A room full of studio executives sit around a table. Each of them has a small pile of paper scraps and a pen. They...

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Fifty Shades Dumber is more like it. In our shockingly generous one-star review of Fifty Shades of Grey in...

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David Oyelowo, born in England to Nigerian parents, is an actor of blazing talent and rare grace. On screen, he’s...

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Is it possible that every movie would be better with Legos? Suicide Squad, for...

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Remember how the original John Wick snuck up and wowed us in 2014? Now he’s back and better than...

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Space – the final YA-romance frontier. Having already used vampirism, lycanthropy, terminal diseases, time travel, dystopic futures and a televised to-the-death...

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If crap movies carried penalties for inflicting torture on audiences, then Rings would merit a death sentence. This...

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Remember the Nineties? Specifically, that decade’s subgenre of films that proliferated during the A.T. (After...

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“The history of America is the history of the Negro in America. And it’s not...

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Fresh off its Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign-Language film, Asghar Farhadi’s The Salesman is a dazzling, darkly funny,...

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I’m an unshakable dog lover, heart and soul – you wouldn’t have to do much to get me...

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Matthew McConaughey dives into his role as mad-dog prospector Kenny Wells like a starving man sitting down to a feast....

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You won’t meet the title character until almost a quarter of the way in – by which...