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  • Review: Dolittle
  • Review: Dolittle

      It’s impossible to believe that Dolittle can be enjoyed by anyone whose age is measured by double rather than single digits.
  • Review: Bad Boys For Life
  • Review: Bad Boys For Life

      The chemistry between the stars is stronger than ever, and while one expects Smith to play to his strengths as a cool and charming stud, the real surprise is Lawrence.
  • Review: 1917
  • Review: 1917

      1917 is more than just a visual and aural assault on the senses. The story takes the standard “men on a mission” template and infuses it with an idealistic zeal. I
  • Review: Little Women
  • Review: Little Women

      Resplendent in most regards, Little Women is a movie in which each vignette rings with vitality and purpose.
  • Review: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
  • Review: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

      Lifelong Star Wars fans have been more lenient while naysayers have been more critical — those factors come into play with this new picture, which is the least of the three yet still manages to send the series off in a satisfactory manner.
  • Review: Jumanji: The Next Level
  • Review: Jumanji: The Next Level

      The reason that the kids end up back in the game is feeble even by sequel standards, and the usually reliable Dwayne Johnson seems ill-at-ease in some of his impersonations
  • Review: Richard Jewell
  • Review: Richard Jewell

      The film is supposed to be about the championing of an innocent man who was unjustly and irresponsibly maligned. But when the picture repeatedly sets said objective on the backburner while taking equally irresponsible potshots at other targets, then it tends to diminish the points the movie is attempting to make.
  • Review: The Irishman
  • Review: The Irishman

      The Irishman often plays like a “Greatest Hits” compilation of moments from such Scorsese offerings as GoodFellas and Casino.
  • Review: Queen & Slim
  • Review: Queen & Slim

      Just as Thelma & Louise was firmly rooted in Americana, so too is Queen & Slim, offering peeks at various facets of society as the two fugitives travel across different state lines in an attempt to free themselves from this nightmare.
  • Review: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
  • Review: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

      Hanks is excellent as the saintly icon, and whenever he’s off the screen (which is a lot), we miss him fiercely and are forced to resign ourselves to yet another standard drama about a guy with daddy issues.
  • Review: Ford v Ferrari
  • Review: Ford v Ferrari

      The true-life story behind Ford v Ferrari is such a natural for the screen that it’s not surprising Hollywood had been eyeing it for at least a decade.
  • Review: Joker
  • Review: Joker

      Joker is exceedingly well-crafted, but the impressive technical achievements count for little in a movie that’s aimless and unfocused in its trendy nihilism.

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