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Disney's photorealistic remake leaves the new cast with nothing to play with, no meat on the bone.
This film about late-night talk-show hosts lacks the most basic familiarity with its own world.
For Palin to frankly say that immigration is a public good is practically a revolutionary act.
The director of the Oscar-winning Son of Saul is unable to maintain suspense in this pre-war Budapest picture.
The Phantom Memoir.
With John and his husband on board as producers, it's not surprise that the script hits all the standard, expected beats.
Booksmart freshens up hyper-masculine cinematic motifs, insisting that the brash American party movie can be both silly and smart.
Maya Rudolph and Rachel Dratch stand out in this uneven comedy.
This film leads its audience somewhere previously unexplored by cinema: into the dream lives of drug lords.
The real motivation is the emotional buy-in. The film brings together at least 25 much-loved characters from all corners of the Marvel universe, each demanding a fitting character arc.
The big thing to know about The Karate Kid is there’s not much karate in it. There’s even less karate in Karate Kid II.