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Disney's Aladdin remake feels weirdly unfinished
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Jakob Dylan and 'Echo in the Canyon' recall the mid-1960s Harmonic Invasion
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'Aladdin' is colorful, clumsy and charming
'Booksmart' is hilarious and truly endearing
Cannes 2019: Parasite review
O'Rourke hits the campaign trail in documentary 'Running With Beto'
Gore-splattered 'Brightburn' asks what if Superman were a psychopath?
Cannes 2019: Tarantino's Latest Film 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'
Film Review: Aladdin Has the Animated Classic's Songs, But Less of Its Personality
'Oh Mercy!' Review: Leá Seydoux Is Totally Wasted in Arnaud Desplechin's Flat Procedural
Allison Williams is darkly divine in 'The Perfection'
Booksmart intelligently redefines nerds for an era of mainstream nerd culture
Film Review: Brightburn Turns the Superman Legend Into a Gruesome Free-For-All
Halston Defined an Era, But New Doc Doesn't Give the Fashion Icon His Due
Weekend movies: Is 'Aladdin' the live-action remake we wished for?
'Parasite' Review: Director Bong Joon-ho is Back With a Bloody, Twisted and Hilarious Morality Tale
'Aladdin': Will Smith Is the Live-Action Movie's Best Special Effect
'Matthias & Maxime' Review: Xavier Dolan's Romantic but Unfocused Return to Form
Aladdin Review: Guy Ritchie & Will Smith Capture the Magic Carpet Ride
'Brightburn' Review: Superman Is Mighty Scary as a Slasher Villain
'Aladdin' Review: A Well-Meaning But Hollow Remake of a Classic
'Brightburn' Review: This Gory Superhero Horror Film is 'Man of Steel' Meets Rob Zombie's 'Halloween'
'Brightburn' Review: Gruesome Superman Revisionist History Never Quite Takes Off
'Aladdin' Review: Will Smith Steals the Show in Guy Ritchie's Unexpectedly Fun Remake
'Aladdin' Review: A Live-Action Remake That Can't Hold a Lamp to the Original
Cannes 2019: Frankie review
Werner Herzog's Strangest Movie in Years Is Japanese Drama 'Family Romance, LLC' - Cannes
Cannes 2019: Bong Joon-ho's Brilliant Dark Comedy 'Parasite' Rules
Blythe Danner and John Lithgow make an offbeat pair in 'The Tomorrow Man'
'Parasite' Review: Bong Joon-ho Delivers a Brilliant and Devastating Electric Shock of Economic Anxiety
'The Whistlers' Review: A Quirky Crime Drama That Echoes Alfred Hitchcock and Guy Ritchie
'The Climb' Review: One Part Bro Comedy, One Part 'Touch of Evil,' All Hilarious
'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Review: Quentin Tarantino's Weirdest Movie Gets Lost in History - Cannes
Film Review: The Perfection Is an Unnerving, Unmissable Grindhouse Psychodrama
'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Review: Quentin Tarantino Has Made a Profound, Silly, and Sublime Masterwork
The Tomorrow Man
'The Lighthouse' Review: Robert Pattinson and the Director of 'The Witch' Explore Maritime Madness and Mayhem
'Booksmart' Review: The Revenge-of-the-Femi-Nerds Comedy We Deserve
'Tommaso' Review: Willem Dafoe Stars in Abel Ferrara's Microbudget 'Birdman' - Cannes
Film Review: Yesterday Features Lots of Beatles Music, But Too Little of Their Genuine Joy
'Bull' Review: Annie Silverstein is an American Indie Filmmaker to Watch
The Perfection Review
'A Hidden Life' Review: Terrence Malick's New Movie is Beautiful, Confounding, and Way Too Long
Rocketman Review: Taron Egerton Astonishes in Glitzy Elton John Musical
Film Review: Teen Comedy Booksmart is a Raunchy, Winning Directorial Debut for Olivia Wilde
Cannes 2019: Malick's Overlong Austrian WWII Drama 'A Hidden Life'
Game of Thrones Season 8 Review: Its Problems Were Years in the Making
Good Omens Review: Terry Pratchett Convinced Neil Gaiman to Bring This to the Screen and We’re All Better for It
John Wick 3 4DX Review: A Fun Yet Extremely Brutal Cinematic Experience
Cannes 2019: Jérémy Clapin's Beautiful Animated Film 'I Lost My Body'
Classic Film Review: The Star Wars Saga Will Never See a Chapter Like The Phantom Menace Again
Cannes 2019: Robert Eggers' 'The Lighthouse' is a Mad Masterpiece
I Am Human is a tech doc with a refreshing focus on people
Cannes 2019: 'Vivarium' is Minimal, Twisted, Smart Sci-Fi Done Right
Film Review: John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
Cannes 2019: Jessica Hausner's 'Little Joe' is a Clever Little Fairytale
Batman Vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review: A Bodaciously Fun Adventure
'John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum' Review: A Masterclass in Action Filmmaking
'All is True' - 3 Stars
Reviews for 'Maria,' 'The Meanest Man in Texas' and more
A Violent Separation Review: A Poorly Acted, Boring Backwoods Melodrama
'Rocketman' Review: Taron Egerton Soars as Elton John
'John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum' is a High-Octane Blast to the Cerebellum
'See You Yesterday' Review: The Time Travel Romp Takes on a Timely Twist
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
The Sun is Also a Star
A Dog's Journey
Trial by Fire
See You Yesterday
'Sun Is Also a Star' is a timely, charming teen romance
'John Wick: Chapter 3' continues the beautiful brutality
Film Review: Searching for Ingmar Bergman
Film Review: Amazing Grace
Walking on Water
'Loving Vincent: The Impossible Dream' tells the story behind the film
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The Dead Don't Die Review
San Quentin inmates rise above the rim in hoops doc 'Q Ball'
'The Souvenir' Review: A Filmmaker Looks Back and Makes a Masterpiece
Karen Gillan takes a stark turn in dark indie 'All Creatures Here Below'
'The Serengeti Rules' is a nature documentary with a hopeful message
Johnny Depp is miscast in the out-of-step comedy-drama 'The Professor'
'Burning Cane' Review: A Hypnotic Southern Fable That Burns Itself Into Your Memory
'We Have Always Lived in the Castle' never comes to life
Film Review: Birds of Passage
'Chasing Portraits' director pursues her great-grandfather's art lost in Holocaust
'A Dog's Journey' Review: It Sure is Ruff to Sit Through This Tearjerker
'Trial by Fire,' starring Laura Dern, details a wrongful execution in Texas
A Dog's Journey Review
'Dog's Journey' is a sad, manipulative movie
Cannes 2019: Ladj Ly's Incredibly Tense French Thriller 'Les Misérables'
Charming 'Photograph' subtly connects lonely hearts in Mumbai
The Sun Is Also a Star Review: Yara Shahidi & Charles Melton Elevate Teen Romance
Film Review: John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum Cements Keanu Reeves as One of the Action Greats
The Sun Is Also A Star Review
'The Sun Is Also a Star' Review: Young-Adult Romance Burns Bright…For a Bit
Saint Bernard Review: Incredibly Bizarre Yet Oddly Compelling
Weekend movies: Keanu Reeves back for thirds in 'John Wick'
'The Unknown Saint' Review: A Searing Dark Comedy That Recalls the Best of the Coen Brothers
Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review
Hulu's 'Into the Dark' Brings Serial Killers to Mother's Day With 'All That We Destroy'
'The Dead Don't Die' Review: Jim Jarmusch's Zombie Comedy Lacks Bite
'John Wick: Chapter 3' Review: He's Back, Bloodier and More Brutal Than Ever
John Wick 3 Review #2: A Tsunami of Gunplay & Mind-Blowing Action
'The Sun is Also a Star' Review: A Well-Meaning But Ultimately Limp and Creepy Romance
The Third Wife
Cannes 2019: Jarmusch's Deadpan Zombie Film 'The Dead Don't Die'
All Creatures Here Below Review: Karen Gillan Shines in Dark Indie Drama
'Goldie' Review: Model Slick Woods Makes a Dynamite Debut in a Scrappy and Stylish New York Drama
Classic Film Review: Crooklyn Tackles Growing Up, the Spike Lee Way
Wine Country Review
DVD Round-up: April 2019 edition
'Tolkien' Review: Biopic Fails To Do Justice To Its Subject
'Charlie Says' Review: The Manson Family Women, Reclaimed
'Long Day's Journey Into Night' - 3.5 Stars
'Roll Red Roll' - 3.5 Stars
'Tolkien' - 2 Stars
'Hail Satan?' - 3 Stars
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum Review
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum Review: Keanu Kills It Yet Again
Detective Pikachu review: an absurdly silly, wonderful ride
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum Review
Film Review: The Hustle Lets Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson Secure the Bag
Pokemon: Detective Pikachu Review — Ryan Reynolds Can’t Catch All of Its Faults
'Tolkien' Review: …And One Biopic to Bore Them All
Pokemon Detective Pikachu Review: Video Game Adaptation Lacks Spark
The Hustle Review: Consistent Humor Masks an Inconsistent Plot
Detective Pikachu Review #2: A Slow Start with A Killer Finish
The Hustle Review
'Pasolini' Review: Portrait of an Artist as Boundary-Pushing Provocateur
See You Yesterday is Back to the Future with sharp social commentary
Film Review: Charlie Says Explores the Deprogramming of the Manson Women
Film Review: Pokémon Detective Pikachu
Weekend movies: Amy Poehler leads us to the 'Wine Country' - but can she make us laugh?
The Latinx superhero film El Chicano is a long Latinos for Trump ad
Film Review: The Ranger Turns a Flashlight on Authority Horror
'Tolkien' Review: Biopic Clichés Are a Hard Hobbit to Break
Tolkien Review: Legendary Lord of the Rings Author Gets Dreadfully Boring Biopic
The Silence of Others
Film Review: Pokémon Detective Pikachu Searches For Its Best Identity
Detective Pikachu Review
Yesterday imagines a world without the Beatles - but can't decide whether they mattered
Detective Pikachu Review: Pokeman Fans Rejoice, Everyone Else Not So Much
Zhang Yimou's action-fantasy Shadow sets gorgeous action in a morally gray world
China's blockbuster The Wandering Earth is gorgeous, goofy, and on Netflix now
'The Intruder' Review: Dennis Quaid Shines in Wild Thriller
'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile' Review: Zac Efron Shines In Forgettable Biopic
Extremely Wicked Shockingly Evil And Vile Review
Movie Review: Lin Shaye in 'Room for Rent'
Long Shot Review
UglyDolls Review: A Lifeless Attempt at Fabricating A Trolls Rip-Off
Film Review: Zac Efron Shines in the Shaky Netflix Biopic Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile
Even Nagesh Kukunoor Can’t Save Hotstar’s City of Dreams
'Detective Pikachu' Review: You Don't Gotta Catch It
Pokémon: Detective Pikachu Review
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile Review
The Intruder Review: A Painfully Foolish Thriller
The Intruder Review
Film Review: The Intruder Is a Big Ball of Stupid, and That's What Makes It Fun
Long Shot Review
Film Review: Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen Defy All Odds with Long Shot
Film Review: Vox Lux
Classic Film Review: Iron Man Drew the Blueprint for the MCU's Successful Experiment
Avengers: Endgame Review #3: The Biggest Movie Since Lord of The Rings
'Stockholm' - 2.5 Stars
'Avengers: Endgame' - 3 Stars
Avengers: Endgame Review #2: A Perfectly Balanced Finale
Film Review: Avengers: Endgame
Film Review: Ash Is Purest White
The White Crow
Avengers: Endgame Review: A Film Only Marvel Could Have Made
'Avengers: Endgame' Review: The MCU Sticks The Landing
Film Review: Bel Canto
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Film Review: Homecoming Arrives as a Testament to Beyoncé's Limitless Power and Dedication
The Russos' 'Avengers: Endgame' Makes All the Right Moves
'Avengers: Endgame' a fitting send-off for Marvel's superheroes
Avengers: Endgame Review: A Staggering, Sweeping Epic
Film Review: Avengers: Endgame Brings 11 Years of Storytelling to a Satisfying End
Avengers: Endgame - our spoiler-free review
Avengers: Endgame Review
Avengers: Endgame Review
'Avengers: Endgame' Review: A Very Satisfying Finale For Marvel True Believers
Film Review: Under the Silver Lake Visually Stuns But Never Fully Commits
Film Review: The Netflix Doc Grass Is Greener Argues for Reparative Legalization
'The Curse of La Llorona' Review: A Scare-Free Disappointment
Discovery's Season Finale Changes Everything
'Under The Silver Lake' Review: A Frustarting, Yet Intriguing Noir
Long Shot Review: Seth Rogen & Charlize Theron Strike Comedic Gold
The Curse Of La Llorona Review
Breakthrough Review: A Misled Plot Overshadows A Stunning Performance
The Curse of La Llorona Review #2: A Bland Horror Flick with No Character
'Penguins' - 3 Stars
New to Netflix for April: New Sabrina, "Bandersnatch"-Style Survival Series
Film Review: Dragged Across Concrete
Selection Day: Part 2 Is a Netflix Show Waiting to Be Dropped From the Team
The Curse of La Llorona Review
Film Review: Someone Great Continues Netflix's Romantic Comedy Revival
Red Joan Review: Judi Dench Is Wasted in Dull Spy Drama
Film Review: Loro
Film Review: Red Joan
Film Review: The Curse of La Llorona Conjures Up Nothing New
Justice League vs. The Fatal Five Review
Disneynature: Penguins Review: A Heartwarming, Hilarious & Stunning Adventure
High Life Review
Film Review: Fast Color Turns the Hero's Origin Story Into a Potent Generational Drama
'Hellboy' Review: A Low-Rent Rendition of The Comic Staple
Stockholm Review: Ethan Hawke & Noomi Rapace's Bizzare Hostage Drama
'Diane' - 3.5 Stars
'High Life' - 3.5 Stars
Hellboy Review: A Pile of Garbage, But Still Fun
Film Review: Peterloo Takes a Relentless Look at the Massacre of 1819
Penguin Highway Review
Film Review: Hellboy Is a Shotgun Blast of Schlock and Monster Madness
Film Review: Little's Trio of Stars Elevates Its Thin Studio Comedy Material
Netflix's The Silence Review
Little Review: Marsai Martin Shines in Silly Update of Big
Classic Film Review: Major League Has Become a National Pastime Itself
Mary Magdalene Review: Rooney Mara & Joaquin Phoenix's Dull Apostle Tale
Film Review: Her Smell Brings a Fictional Rocker's Pain to Vivid Life
Film Review: Elle Fanning Steals the Spotlight in the Ultra-Stylish and Substance-Starved Teen Spirit
Film Review: The Brink Takes a Long Look Into the Void of Steve Bannon
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'Beach Bum' - 2 Stars
'The Best of Enemies' - 3 Stars
'Ash is Purest White' - 4 Stars
The Best of Enemies Review: An Inspiring Story Told the Wrong Way
Can Criminal Justice, Out Now, Be to Hotstar What Sacred Games Is to Netflix?
The Best Of Enemies Review
Pet Sematary Review #2: A Solid Remake of Stephen King's Horror Classic
Pet Sematary Review
Shazam Review: The Best DC Movie Since Wonder Woman
Film Review: Lightning Strikes DC's Movie Heroes Thrice With Shazam!
Shazam! Review #2: An Immensely Entertaining Origin Story
Film Review: Pet Sematary Flips the Script and Expands on Stephen King's Themes
Film Review: High Life is a Meditative, Disarming, and Truly Weird Space Story
Justice League Vs. the Fatal Five Review: Classic Heroes, Mediocre Story
Camp Death III in 2D! Review: A Horror Movie Loving Heart Worn on A Blood-soaked Sleeve
SXSW 2019 Documentary Review: 'Autonomy': Self-Driving Cars: Can You Sleep at the Wheel?
Tone-Deaf SXSW Review: Too Much Comedy Sours Robert Patrick Home Invasion Flick
Film Review: Sunset Follows a Relentless Woman Through an Impenetrable Time
'Amazing Grace' - 4 Stars
SXSW 2019 Film Review: 'The Highwaymen' - An Un-Remake of 'Bonnie and Clyde'
SXSW 2019 Film Review: Two with Twang - 'The Journey of Johnny Cash' and 'Bluebird'
The Highwaymen Review #2: A Boring Hunt for Bonnie & Clyde
Tim Burton's Live-Action 'Dumbo' Movie Lives up to Its Name
The Mustang Review: A Powerful Story of Redemption
SXSW 2019 Film Review: Story About Desperate Mom 'Alice' Earns Two Awards
Dumbo Review: Tim Burton's Baby Elephant Soars
Film Review: Dumbo Delights Without Ever Fully Taking Flight
'Dumbo' Review: Tim Burton, Still Looking For His Magic Feather
Film Review: The Beach Bum Isn't the Charming Misadventure It Thinks It Is
Peanut Butter Falcon SXSW Review: Shia LeBeouf Is at His Best in This Fun Adventure
Us Review #2: Beware of Who Lurks in the Darkness
Shazam! Review: A Fun DC Movie That Changes the Superhero Game
'Shazam' Review: A Delicious Slice of Big Red Cheese
Film Review: The Best Laid Pipes Often Go Awry in The Hummingbird Project
Film Review: The Dirt Never Asks Tough-Enough Questions of Mötley Crüe
The Dirt Review
'Woman at War' - 3 Stars
'The Aftermath' - 2 Stars
'Us' - 3.5 Stars
'The Hummingbird Project' - 3 Stars
Stuffed SXSW Review: Taxidermy Doc Is More Beautiful Than You'd Think
Dragged Across Concrete Review: A Shockingly Violent, Slow Burn Crime Thriller
Delhi Crime, Netflix's Police-Centric Look at Nirbhaya Case Is Gripping, Well-Made
SXSW World Premiere Movie Review: 'The Peanut Butter Falcon'
Jordan Peele's Horror 'Us' Doubles Down on Doppelgängers
Hotel Mumbai Review
Extra Ordinary SXSW Review: A Charming Little Paranormal Comedy
Us Review: A Terrifying Beginning Turns Absurd
'Shazam!' - 2.5 Stars
Film Review: The Highwaymen Is a Languid, One-Sided Look at the Texas Rangers Who Killed Bonnie and Clyde
SXSW World Premiere Documentary: 'Any One of Us'
SXSW 2019 World Premiere: 'Stuffed'
Film Review: The Inventor Takes a Closer Look at Doomed Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes
SXSW World Premiere Film: 'Stuffed,' A Taxidermy Documentary
SXSW 2019 Film Premiere, 'Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins' with Rachel Maddow, Dan Rather
Gloria Bell Review
Film Review: Jordan Peele's Us Is Effective Horror That Buckles Under Its Own Ambition
The Mustang Review
Wonder Park Review
The Aftermath Review
Pet Sematary Remake SXSW Review: Sometimes New Is Better
SXSW Film Review: Stuber Thrives as an Action Movie, Not So Much as a Comedy
SXSW Film Review: Chris Morris' The Day Shall Come Once Again Mines Comedy From Terrorism
SXSW Film Review: Good Boys Is More Than Just Middle-Schoolers Cursing
Curse of La Llorona SXSW Review: The Next Chapter in The Conjuring Universe
'The Mustang' - 2.5 Stars
'Gloria Bell' - 3 Stars
'Transit' 3.5 Stars
'Five Feet Apart' - 2 Stars
SXSW Film Review: The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story Is More Than a Hit Piece
SXSW Film Review: The Art of Self-Defense is a Funny and Deeply Unnerving Dissection of the "Alpha Male"
SXSW Film Review: Everybody's Everything Captures All the Conflicting Sides of Lil Peep
SXSW Film Review: Logan Marshall-Green and Ethan Hawke Turn the Light On for Ex-Cons With Adopt a Highway
SXSW Film Review: Shia LaBeouf Shines In the Gritty, Optimistic South of The Peanut Butter Falcon
SXSW Film Review: Little Monsters Gets a Few More Laughs Outta the Rotting Zombie Genre
'Ruben Brandt, Collector' - 2 Stars
'Captain Marvel' - 3 Stars
Made in Heaven, Amazon Series About Indian Weddings, Is Both Big and Fat
Captain Marvel Review: Brie Larson–Starrer Is No Match for Wonder Woman, and That’s a Shame
'Captain Marvel' is a Photon Blast of Fun and '90s Nostalgia
Triple Frontier Review
Film Review: Julianne Moore Navigates Middle-Aged Romance in Gloria Bell
Film Review: Captain Marvel Races Into the MCU With Fistfuls of Fire and Nostalgia
'Captain Marvel' Review: Marvel's Newest Superhero Never Quite Soars
Captain Marvel Review
Film Review: Leaving Neverland Asks Us to Look Past the Mystique of Michael Jackson
Film Review: Apollo 11 is a Masterful Appreciation of Man's Greatest Feat
Film Review: The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind is a Polite But Unememorable Netflix Biopic
Classic Film Review: Rob Reiner's This Is Spinal Tap Has Always Proven the Answer Is "None More Biopic"
Film Review: Greta Sets Isabelle Huppert Loose on a Warped Stalker Story
Film Review: Transit Brings a Story of Nazi Occupation to Modern-Day France
A Madea Family Funeral Review
'Boy Who Harnessed the Wind' - 3.5 Stars
Spotify India Review: Game Changer or Too Little Too Late?
'Leaving Neverland' Is a Haunting Account of Michael Jackson's Alleged Abuses
Classic Film Review: The Passion of the Christ Still Preaches to the Converted
Film Review: Climax Spirals Into a Wild, Drug-Fueled Haze of Sex and Violence
Film Review: Mumblecore Matures In the End-of-Life Bromance Paddleton
'How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World' - 3 Stars
'Fighting With My Family' - 3 Stars
'Wild Pear Tree' - 3.5 Stars
Priyanka Chopra-Produced Firebrand Is Another Hard-Hitting Indian Film From Netflix
Film Review: Fighting with My Family Wrestles Against Its Own Inauthenticity
Fighting With My Family Review
Film Review: How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Ends the Trilogy On a High Note
Berlinale 2019: Nadav Lapid's 'Synonyms' is Biting, Bold Filmmaking
Berlinale 2019: Stylish Dark Comedy 'O Beautiful Night' from Germany
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