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Movie Review: ‘Max Rose’

‘Max Rose’ turns out to be an interesting but problematic movie.


LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 05:  Renée Zellweger attends the "Bridget Jones's Baby" world premiere at the Odeon Leicester Square on September 5, 2016 in London, England.  (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Movie Review: ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’

With Hugh Grant’s Daniel Cleaver gone, what Bridget does this time out is become pregnant without being sure who the father-to-be is.


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Movie Review: ‘When the Bough Breaks’

The ridiculously arbitrary narrative gets more preposterous as it goes along.


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Movie Review: ‘Sully’

‘Sully’ is an unapologetically optimistic biodrama based on the uplifting story, dubbed “The Miracle on the Hudson.”


LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 22:  Actors Charlie Day, Ashley Dyke, Margo Martindale, director/actor John Krasinski, actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Co-President of Sony Pictures Classics, Tom Bernard attend a Los Angeles Special Presentation of Sony Pictures Classics' "The Hollars" at Linwood Dunn Theater on August 22, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Movie Review: ‘The Hollars’

The Hollar family doesn’t do all that much hollering. But they find a way to put the funk in dysfunctional anyway.


Condola Rasha, Screenwriter Joshua Marston, Frank De Julio and Rachel Weisz attend the 'Complete Unknown' New York Premiere at Metrograph on August 23, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

Movie Review: ‘Complete UnKnown’

‘Complete Unknown’ has more than enough “unknown” to intrigue from a distance. But would that it were more “complete.”


Natalie Zfat attends 'The Light Between Oceans' New York party at Spyglass Rooftop in New York City. (Photo by Michael Stewart/Getty Images for Natalie Zfat, Inc)

Movie Review: ‘The Light Between Oceans’

‘The Light Between Oceans’ is a good cry and an even better movie.


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Movie Review: ‘Morgan’

‘Morgan’ is a generic smorgasbord – a buffet of science fiction, horror, mystery, and thriller elements.


NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 18:  Natalie Portman attends AOL Build Presents Natalie Portman Discussing Her New Film "A Tale Of Love And Darkness" at AOL HQ on August 18, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images)

Movie Review: ‘A Tale of Love and Darkness’

It’s a lovingly dark drama about the land of milk and honey that launches Natalie Portman’s second career.


MIAMI, FL - AUGUST 23:  Film Director Fede Alvarez attends the "Don't Breathe" Special Screening In Miami at Cinepolis Coconut Grove on August 23, 2016 in Miami, Florida.  (Photo by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images for Allied)

Movie Review: ‘Don’t Breathe’

In its own perverse way, ‘Don’t Breathe’ takes your breath away.


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Movie Review: ‘Hell or High Water’

‘Hell or High Water’ is a crime-spree thriller about a pair of brothers, Toby and Tanner Howard, played respectively by Chris Pine and Ben Foster.


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Movie Review: ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’

‘Florence Foster Jenkins’ hits just about every note just right.


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Movie Review: ‘Indignation’

It’s rare in the modern movie marketplace for the author of the book from a which a film emerges to be the most familiar name connected with the project.


Samsung celebrates the Premiere of "Suicide Squad" at on July 28, 2016 in New York, New York.

Movie Review: ‘Suicide Squad’

But the movie, while not suicidal, is not good either.


NANTUCKET, MA - JUNE 23:  Director Heidi Ewing speaks at Q&A for the screening of 'NORMAN LEAR: JUST ANOTHER VERSION OF YOU' during the 2016 Nantucket Film Festival Day 2 on June 23, 2016 in Nantucket, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for 2016 Nantucket Film Festival)

Movie Review: Norman Lear: Just Another Version Of You

Some might come into the film wondering why the subject deserves all this attention, but the film makes its case: what’s being celebrated here is somebody who absolutely pushed the boundaries of television and changed our culture for the better.


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