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In-jokes and deadpan drollery by the likes of Bill Murray abound in this enjoyably shaggy outing.
It’s agreeable enough, with nice rapport between stars Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth.
Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling are fun to watch, but the plot takes an unwelcome conventional turn.
Clunky dialogue and phoned-in performances make this feeble outing unworthy of any timeline.
This good-natured sequel’s a welcome change from the hyperactivity of most kids’ movies.
Elton’s songs are as catchy as ever and Taron Egerton’s performance is spot-on.
His fights with monsters such as Mothra are pretty cool. But then the humans start talking.
The film, about a young woman dallying with a sketchy older man, is challenging and hard to shake.
With two engaging lead performances, this joins films like “Dazed and Confused” in the pantheon.
Still, we should be glad that Terry Gilliam’s shambolic picture finally made it past the gatekeepers.
The words-challenged star and a lively supporting cast make mayhem galore in “John Wick: Chapter 3.”
Our movie critic’s rundown on films worth seeing — and a few that should be avoided.
This remake of the 1988 Steve Martin-Michael Caine wastes stars Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson.
The film sketches J.R.R. Tolkien’s early life, and how his experiences gave birth to the novels.
People interested in the Pokemon “universe” will probably enjoy this; others will find it tedious.
Now that “Avengers: Endgame” is out, we can look forward to stuff like a new Quentin Tarantino film.
Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen have chemistry, but the lame satire and gross-out gags are clumsy.
A stylish but dopey young couple is menaced by a scenery-chewing Dennis Quaid in this silly flick.
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.”