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John Krasinski, as actor and director, tackles the most clichéd genre in the movie business — the dysfunctional...

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This is some weird, twisted shit. Don’t groan when I say Don’t Breathe is...

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Boxing movies — the classic Raging Bull excepted — tend to punch the same way: Underdog hits it big, then blows it...

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Here’s the date movie of the year. Southside With You is also about a...

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About two-thirds of the way into Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World, Werner Herzog...

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The last of the summer’s movie epics is a digitalized eyesore hobbled in every department by staggering...

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This film is Natalie Portman’s passion project, a kind of movie so rare in formula-obsessed Hollywood that at...

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“If you must blink,” a voice says over the soundtrack, “do it now.” Consider this...

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Jonah Hill and Miles Teller fire up big-time laughs, but don’t ignore the crazy-ass political absurdity that burns through...

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Tall, dark, and brooding, Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts is the man you go to when you...

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Love hurts, and it’s not just the Nazareth song that echoes the...

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Of all the World War II movies about the plots to kill the architects of...

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In case you’re thinking the new Pete’s Dragon is another one of those Disney schmaltz-fests that...

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Meryl Streep has a ball giving her all to the title role of Florence Foster Jenkins, the Ed Wood of...

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Chris Pine proves he can act. Ben Foster, well, he always could. And Jeff Bridges shows them both how...

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You leave the fucked-up funhouse of Sausage Party thinking: Did I see this movie or hallucinate it? I mean that...

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Hard to believe, but there is a worse movie prowling the multiplex these days than...

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Want to see two young actors give breakthrough performances? Then watch in Little Men, an intimate gem of a film directed...

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The anticipated savior of a bummer summer turns out to be a grabbag of what’s been off and...

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You’re not looking at the funniest comedy ever made, or...