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This three-hour-long cog in the Disney-Marvel money machine should please fans of the genre.
Ethan Hawke shines in this film about the bank heist behind the expression “Stockholm Syndrome.”
Elle Fanning plays a sullen teen who pursues her dream of winning a TV singing competition.
This stirring film, about a social-reform struggle in 1819 England, eschews cheap emotional tugs.
The “Hellboy” reboot has more gore and profanity than the original, but that doesn’t make it better.
The film is sincere but could use more zip — and Joaquin Phoenix makes for a low-energy Jesus.
The former heartthrob plays an astronaut in Claire Denis’ peculiar but compelling sci-fi outing.
The new one is distinguished only by its dour determination and a better-than-necessary cast.
A put-upon orphan becomes an adult superhero by uttering the title phrase in this DC Comics lark.
The story’s origins are in WWII, but it clearly takes place in the present day.
Corporate profit-taking dictated that this so-so live-action version must be made.
But this superficial movie fails to create an interesting world around its attractive stars.
Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn play rogue cops turned crooks in this stylish, violent flick.
She plays a lonely woman navigating middle age in a busy, indifferent world.
Jordan Peele spins an occasionally baffling tale of a family terrorized by their exact doubles.
‘Five Feet Apart’ starts strong, but goes off the rails with melodrama and dumb plotting.
It has some good moments and aims for Pixar-style intensity, but is ultimately an odd ride.
A strong cast and a real feel for the genre partially overcomes terrible music and other flaws.
A hyper-masculine cast takes on a drug lord in this action pic that also deals with moral decisions.
The superhero’s origin story is smaller in scope than its kin, and mercifully shorter.