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Review: ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’Sacha Baron Cohen's Funny, Reheated Sequel Is A Welcome Hit On...

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For more than two decades Sacha Baron Cohen has been pushing the boundaries of good taste as a variety of fake journalist characters, pulling...

Review: ‘Ernest & Celestine: A Trip To Gibberitia’The Bear And Mouse Duo Fight The...

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The sweet and unexpected relationship at the heart of Ernest & Celestine: A Trip to Gibberitia holds firm in the face of authoritarian rule. More than...

Sundance Review: ‘Fighting With My Family’, A Crowd-Pleasing Piledriver Of A WWE Drama

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When WWE superstar Paige had to announce her retirement from professional wrestling due to injury, I was heartbroken. Always one of my favorite women...

Review: ‘Luxor’Andrea Riseborough Explores Egypt's Ruins And Her Own Past In Thoughtful PTSD Drama

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How does one get over tragedy when surrounded by constant reminders of what was lost? It's a question at the heart of Zeina Durra's...

Review: ‘Bullet Train’Brad Pitt, Bad Bunny, And More Kill It In An Exhilarating, Fast-Paced...

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I've watched my favorite genre, the hitman/assassin thriller, basically tell the exact same story for about 40 years. That extends all the way up...

Review: ‘The School For Good & Evil’School Is In Session But Paul Feig's Harry...

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It's hard to make a global phenomenon on the par of Harry Potter. While there have been many copycats over the years, few have connected...

Review: ‘Fast X’Jason Momoa Goes Wild As The Franchise's All-Time Best Villain In Jam-Packed...

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While delighting in Fast X like a kid with a giant bucket of popcorn and Milk Duds, I remarked to my friend and colleague Jen Chaney...
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Review: ‘The Boys In The Boat’George Clooney Steers A Workmanlike Story Of Depression Era...

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George Clooney is often regarded as a classic movie star, and his roles tend to reflect that. But so do many of the films...

Review: ‘Kindred’Race And Women's Rights Converge In Joe Marcantonio's Tense Gaslighting Horror

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In the grim, stony English manor in which Joe Marcantonio's Kindred mostly takes place, the walls are lined with portraits of white colonialists, men...

Review: ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’Eliza Hittman Returns With Another Sobering, Intimate Look At Sexual...

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When we first meet Autumn (Sidney Flanigan) in Eliza Hittman's stirring, intimate, and infuriating Never Rarely Sometimes Always, she's singing a melancholy tune at...