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Jamie Lee Curtis — 19 years old in the original — stars in this sequel to the Michael Myers movie.
Steve Carell plays a frustrated father and Timothee Chalamet plays his son addicted to drugs.
This drama is played out in a damp town that could be anywhere in Western Washington.
This Tarantino-esque offers a good cast and some effective surprises, but it’s a tad overlong.
“La La Land” director Damien Chazelle’s space biopic is about the first human to step on the moon.
This stupefyingly boring Marvel film wastes a talented cast led by Tom Hardy and Michelle Williams.
The film sparkles when she’s on screen. But director and co-star Bradley Cooper does it no favors.
There’s also a funny supporting cast, but some ill-advised slapstick works against the film.
Ethan Hawke co-wrote and directs the film with with heart, soul and sensitivity.
The movie sympathetically treats Lizzie Borden as a victim of an oppressive culture.
“The House with a Clock in Its Walls” starring Jack Black fails to deliver the magic it’s after.
It takes place in the same storytelling universe, with jokes that would have sounded moldy back then.
The famously eccentric actor taps into his maniacal best in this acid-trip fantasy revenge film.
Melissa McCarthy is already getting awards buzz for her serious role in “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”
With Emily Mortimer miscast in the lead role, the movie’s center shifts to the great Bill Nighy.
You can admire director Aneesh Chaganty’s ingenuity, but the gimmick wears thin after a while.
Don’t be fooled by the Hooters-esque facade. This Regina Hall-led film is warm, funny and communal.
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.