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Star Alicia Vikander holds this inane but hugely fun action flick together.
The film is about the lethal power-jockeying that followed the demise of the Soviet Union’s dictator.
There’s plenty of zinger lines for the stellar cast, but the film doesn’t mesh.
The actor does a superb turn as a teacher who allows himself to become infatuated with a student.
This Cold War-style thriller boasts a top-drawer cast, but the grim material wears thin.
Here are The Herald’s movie critic’s picks and predictions for the 2018 Oscars.
This black-and-white film is full of lacerating one-liners delivered by a spot-on cast.
Annette Bening plays the movie star in the film based on Peter Turner’s memoir of their relationship.
The movie presents a vision of what central Africa might have looked like without colonialism.
The movie does fall off in the later going by relying on a cliche climax — a big sporting match.
“The 15:17 to Paris” is awkward at times, but casting the real-life heroes as themselves has appeal.
The Oscar-nominated movie involves a stupid encounter that escalates into a national argument.
Thriller set in a real-life tourist trap is more likely to put you to sleep than give you chills.
Diane Kruger’s performance in this film draw you powerfully into the heroine’s perspective.
The suspense sequences are well-handled, and there’s not too much Young Adult nonsense.
Fred Beckey, who died in October at 94, was a fixture in the Pacific Northwest mountaineering scene.
The film based on a novel by Heidi McLaughlin is a well-worn tale of lost love and redemption.
“The Final Year” doesn’t paint the administration in rosy colors, but it isn’t too critical either.
Director Paul Thomas Anderson’s fascinating film may be the great actor’s swan song.
The sequel is as likeable as the first movie, thanks in large part to Hugh Grant’s performance.