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Kelly Macdonald is superb as a housewife with a gift for quickly assembling crossword puzzles.
“The Meg” boasts a few cool action scenes, but an uncertain tone keeps it from scoring.
“The Miseducation of Cameron Post” is a depiction of a gay conversion therapy center for teenagers.
This documentary film is about conspicuous consumption in modern America — of the Kardashian style.
The film explores Kubrick and Leon Vitali’s relationship, while throwing in a lot of film trivia.
The venerable action vehicle for Tom Cruise, 56, should be out of gas. But it’s roaring at 200 mph.
Gus Van Sant’s movie pays tribute to cartoonist John Callahan, played with gusto by Joaquin Phoenix.
The action-movie superstar deftly carries this fun summer blockbuster.
The Brooklyn neighborhood where the movie takes place comes to vivid life.
The documentary strives, not very successfully, to connect the music icon to Trump’s America.
“Sicario: Day of the Soldado” is extremely bleak, but it’s effective enough as a crime film.
Debra Granik’s terrific film shows how a young woman emerges from her parent’s influence.
It’s a bit peppier than the turgid 2015 installment, but that’s about it.
The movie’s pretty much typical indie stuff, but star Mackenzie Davis will be big very soon.
Kubrick’s classic blew minds in 1968, but it might be too slow and enigmatic for today’s audiences.
“Mary Shelley” is hamstrung by characters who are types rather than interesting people.
The indie film “American Animals” could be a breakout hit, thanks to MoviePass.
“How to Talk to Girls at Parties” is undone by square humor and a poor feel for late-1970s London.
The Oscar-nominated actress owns this otherwise uneven adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novella.
It’s no classic, and star Alden Ehrenreich can’t match Harrison Ford (who can?), but the movie is fun.