Review: ‘The People We Hate At The Wedding’Kristen Bell, Allison Janney and Ben Platt...

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Weddings and holidays bring out the worst in people, so it makes perfect sense that Amazon Studios’ latest release for the Christmas season follows...

Review: ‘Disenchanted’Amy Adams Returns For A Fairy Tale Loser Of A Sequel

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This will come as a shock to you, but "Happily Ever After", the dream that drives many a great fairy tale and Disney's 2007...
Limitless With Chris Hemsworth

Review: ‘Limitless With Chris Hemsworth’Docuseries On Aging Pushes Hemsworth To The Physical Limits

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Chris Hemsworth frequently maintains top physical shape due to his role as one of the Avengers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The actor is...

Review: ‘Bardo, False Chronicle Of A Handful Of Truths’Alejandro Iñárritu's Curious Work Of Immense...

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In the comical opening moments of Alejandro G. Iñárritu's first film in seven years, Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths, renowned documentary filmmaker...

Review: ‘Slumberland’Jason Momoa Gets Silly In Netflix's Beautiful But Limited 'Little Nemo' Adventure

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Making fantasy movies for kids is difficult. I don't begrudge any filmmaker who wants to make a special one because it's hard to predict...

Review: ‘Weird: The Al Yankovic Story’Daniel Radcliffe Goes For Broke In Ridiculously Absurd "Biopic"...

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What's cool about "Weird" Al Yankovic is that he exists as a sort of walking parody. His mega-success in the '80s and '90s saw...

Review: ‘Good Night Oppy’A Documentary Love Letter To NASA And The Mars Mission

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America's (and humanity's) interest in and commitment to exploring beyond our planet through the space program has always been thrilling and inspiring, even though...

Review: ‘Causeway’Jennifer Lawrence And Brian Tyree Henry Shine Together In Somber, Hopeful Story Of...

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Lynsey (Jennifer Lawrence) already made it out of her hometown once. Now back in New Orleans after a stint in the military that ended...

Review: ‘The Wonder’Florence Pugh Examines A Miracle In Sebastián Lelio's Eerie, Confounding Misstep

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Logic vs faith. It’s a dance as old as time, and has often made for compelling cinematic entertainment. Sebastián Lelio’s austere but gripping film The...

Review: ‘Enola Holmes 2’Millie Bobby Brown Is Still Delightful In A Bigger And Less...

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It's only been a couple of years, but let's not forget just how much of a joy Enola Holmes was. And not just that, but it...