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Rebel Wilson is fun as an everyday woman whose life is transformed into a Hollywood fantasy.
Mads Mikkelsen is absolutely terrific as a man who must save himself — and a semi-comatose woman.
This tale of a teen cyborg warrior girl is filled with action but isn’t as crazy as it needs to be.
An overabundance of plot strands mutes the funny bits — which include a fun performance by The Boz.
‘Lego Movie 2’ features non-stop jokes and pop-culture send-ups that will put a smile on your face.
“Capernaum” benefits from an extremely charismatic child actor in the lead role.
… “The Rider” would get the love, and mediocrities such as “Bohemian Rhapsody” would not.
‘They Shall Not Grow Old” uses digital wizardry to make the First World War newly vivid.
Gifted actors have replicated some of Laurel and Hardy’s classic routines with great affection.
This film noir set on an island starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway takes a bizzare turn.
A canny use of music helps propel the movie, which would be an Oscar shoo-in if not for “Roma.”
Casting a woman in the cliche troubled-cop role doesn’t make the film any less trite.
The filmmaker’s latest ties together his films “Unbreakable” and “Split,” but it’s mostly boring.
Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart are capable, but setting the film amid lavish wealth was unwise.
The documentary follows Ailes from Nixon aide to Fox News honcho to disgraced sex predator.
The Herald’s movie critic takes a look at some of the biggest celebrities who died last year.
Director Barry Jenkins’ movie favors mood over story, and is full of good actors and explosive color.
It was a very interesting year for the Western — the genre made the Herald movie critic’s top five.
“On the Basis of Sex” is about Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s origin story and one of her most significant cases.
It’s a scattershot look at the life of George W. Bush’s veep played by shape-shifter Christian Bale.