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Rambo: Last Blood
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James Franco's 'Zeroville' is a movie worthy of zero stars
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'Rambo: Last Blood': A Reagan-Era Hero, Re-Engineered for the MAGA Age
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Villains Review: Bill Skarsgard Brings the IT Factor in Twisted Crime Comedy
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Gay romance 'End of the Century' captures the nuances of love and sex over time
Documentary tells the mythic tale of Maradona
'Almost Famous' musical resurrects '70s rock - and revises a problematic Penny Lane
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Critic's Choice: Ulrich Köhler's 'In My Room' gives last man fantasy a wry twist
Rambo: Last Blood Review
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'Downton Abbey' is in the house, splendidly picking up where the PBS series left off
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Motherless Brooklyn Review
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The gloriously surreal space epic Ad Astra is half a great movie
Study shows viewers want more representation for those with disabilities
'Ad Astra' Review: Brad Pitt, Lost in Space
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Downton Abbey Review
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Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas mix the serious and the absurd in 'The Laundromat'
Mark Ruffalo to Boris Johnson: Don't use the Hulk to plug Brexit
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'Hustlers' and Jennifer Lopez soar while 'It Chapter Two' maintains top spot
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'The Diary of Anne Frank' gets a 60th anniversary salute at the academy
Ad Astra Review: Space Therapy with Mind-Blowing Visual Effects
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The 'Hustlers' music: How Janet Jackson, Lorde and that perfect club cameo came to be
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Indie Focus: 'Hustlers' takes the stage
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J-Lo steals the glitzy show in 'Hustlers'
'Goldfinch' adaptation is elegant but flawed
Tall Girl Review: Its Heart Is In The Right Place, But It Has Nothing New To Say
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Lucy in the Sky Review
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'Riot Girls' takes the apocalypse on a wild ride, with teen punks vs. jocks
Film Review: Hustlers Puts an Electrically Feminine Spin on Recession-Era Revenge
Ford v Ferrari Review
'Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins' raises the roof
'Empathy, Inc.' wastes its killer retro-tech set up and 'Twilight Zone' aspirations
Animation and nonfiction explore war and memory in 'Another Day of Life'
Adam Sandler and Kevin Garnett on the response to 'Uncut Gems'
'Saint Maud' Review: Rose Glass' Body Horror Debut Is a Cross Between 'First Reformed' and 'The Exorcist'
The co-writers of 'A Quiet Place' bring smart horror to 'Haunt'
Heaven, Earth and war collide in Alejandro Landes' visceral 'Monos'
Hustlers Review: A Fun Yet Flawed Modern Crime Story
'The Goldfinch' Is a Stolen Opportunity
TIFF Film Review: Jojo Rabbit Is A Heartfelt and Hilarious Nazi Coming of Age Comedy
In a new doc, David Foster reminds us he's more than a reality TV star: There are those 16 Grammys
Critic's Choice: 'Say Amen, Somebody' sings the praises of gospel music
'The Goldfinch' sings its own tune in its own sweet time
'The Sound of Silence' finds darkness in the aural world
Shinichiro Ueda's 'One Cut of the Dead' is the year's funniest horror-comedy
'The Vigil' Review: 'The Conjuring' With an Orthodox Jewish Twist That Could Birth a Franchise
Hustlers Review: Jennifer Lopez & Constance Wu Are Oscars Bound
'Pain and Glory' Review: Pedro Almodovar's Most Autobiographical Film is a Tender, Beautiful Magic Trick
Native American drama 'Neither Wolf Nor Dog' takes too long to tell its story
Rian Johnson's Knives Out breaks the mystery genre, then rebuilds it
Freaks is a thrilling science fiction film worth knowing nothing about
Emile Hirsch, Bruce Dern elevate sci-fi horror flick 'Freaks'
Food and family provide pleasing flavors in sincere Chinese drama 'Fagara'
'Lucy in the Sky' Review: Noah Hawley's Astronaut Drama Leaves Natalie Portman Lost In Space
Film Review: For Sama
How the 'Waves' cast bonded over road trips, YouTube videos and long talks
The Lighthouse Review
Cinema's portrayals of beauty and otherness get zinged in 'Chained for Life'
Would Coachella, Lollapalooza or Burning Man exist without 'Desolation Center'?
'Greed' Review: Steve Coogan Stars in a Tepid Feature-Length Episode of 'Succession'
Aquarela Review: A Mesmerizing Water Documentary
The Friend Review
How 'Waves,' with Sterling K. Brown and Renée Elise Goldsberry, brings parental fears for black teens to life
Taika Waititi's Hitler comedy Jojo Rabbit needs way more Hitler
TIFF Critics Notebook: 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,' 'Uncut Gems' shake up festival rhythms
How Renée Zellweger became Judy Garland: High heels and feathers, anyone?
Empathy, Inc. is a virtual reality thriller for an age of tech cynicism
Jennifer Lopez Is a Divine Queenpin in 'Hustlers'
If you're expecting diapers in the astronaut story 'Lucy in the Sky,' think again
TIFF Film Review: Joker Thinks It's Saying Something, But Acts More Like a Class Clown
'Harriet' Review: Cynthia Erivo Elevates Formulaic Harriet Tubman Biopic
'Red Penguins' Review: A Fun Doc About the Hockey Team that Almost Reconciled America and Russia
Knives Out Review
'Crazy Rich Asians' director and cast support writer Adele Lim in pay dispute
'Military Wives' Review: Kristin Scott Thomas and Sharon Horgan Find Harmony in a Musical Charmer
Don and Dakota Johnson had a 'magical' father-daughter meet-up at Toronto Film Festival
TIFF Film Review: Color Out of Space Is an Over-the-Top Spectacle on Heroin Doses of Camp
'Joker' brings anarchy to awards season at Toronto Film Festival
Joaquin Phoenix, Meryl Streep deliver emotional speeches at TIFF tribute gala
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood Review
Toronto Film Festival Critic's Notebook: 'Knives Out' slays, 'Jojo Rabbit' splutters
Venice 2019: Atom Egoyan's Muddled Story of Guilt 'Guest of Honour'
Downton Abbey Review
How 'Harriet's' Cynthia Erivo found Harriet Tubman's voice
Ford V Ferrari Review
Dolemite Is My Name Review
'Marriage Story' star Adam Driver ponders the L.A. vs. NYC debate
What Beanie Feldstein learned about being a leading lady from Saoirse Ronan
Scholar Jacqueline Stewart makes history as TCM's first African American host
TIFF Film Review: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood Hits Peak Kindness
The Hitler comedy 'Jojo Rabbit' is actually a love letter to single mothers, including Taika Waititi's
TIFF Film Review: Dolemite Is My Name Captures Eddie Murphy at His Best Since the '80s
Photos from the star-studded cast of 'Ford v Ferrari' at TIFF 2019
Why 'Jojo Rabbit' takes aim at Nazis and Hitler in Taika Waititi's 'anti-hate' satire
Jennifer Lopez on 'Hustlers' Oscar buzz and that showstopping pole dance
The Goldfinch Review
How Tom Hanks finally nailed Mister Rogers' iconic opening in 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood'
Jennifer Lopez is a star reborn in 'Hustlers,' a smart, bracing tale of strippers turned grifters
'IT: Chapter 2' Review: If You Liked The First Movie - You'll Probably Like The Sequel
TIFF Film Review: The Lighthouse Shines Bright with Wild Performances by Dafoe and Pattinson
Eddie Murphy confirms Sexual Chocolate will return in 'Coming to America' sequel
Box office: 'It Chapter Two' floats with $91-million opening
Inside the 'Hustlers' premiere with Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu at the Toronto Film Festival
Classic movies, film festivals in L.A. this week: 'The Master,' Hedwig and the Angry Inch' and more
New movies opening in L.A. this week: 'Hustlers,' 'The Goldfinch' and more
Why Tom Hanks' portrayal of Mister Rogers is more than just one nice guy playing another
'The Fanatic' Review: John Travolta Stars in Tone-Deaf Portrait of Fandom
Social media has made fame more difficult, say 'Seberg' stars Kristen Stewart and Anthony Mackie
Toronto Film Festival: 'Waves' and 'Just Mercy' shine a light on black American families in crisis
'Joker' and Roman Polanski win top prizes at the Venice Film Festival
Michael B. Jordan says Bryan Stevenson is the 'real-life superhero' of 'Just Mercy'
Why 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' is not a Mister Rogers biopic
Is Radiohead's song 'Knives Out' in Rian Johnson's movie 'Knives Out'?
TIFF Film Review: Parasite Is Another Brilliant Portrait of Class Warfare From Bong Joon-ho
'Edie' challengers herself, and us, to climb that mountain
Venice 2019: Questioning the Truth of Art in 'The Burnt Orange Heresy'
Movie Review: 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' and the '60s Filmic Simulation
'The Peanut Butter Falcon' Review: Shia Shines in Sweet-Natured Buddy Comedy
'It: Chapter Two' is a big thrilling funhouse ride
'Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice' Pays Tribute to Pioneering '70s Songbird
Venice 2019: Katrin Gebbe's 'Pelican Blood' Brings Evil into the Home
Tigers Are Not Afraid puts a Pan's Labyrinth spin on a poignant Mexican drug war story
It Chapter Two Review: An Arduous Runtime Torpedoes the Terror
Venice 2019: Eliza Scanlen is Superb in Fresh & Funny 'Babyteeth' Film
Venice 2019: The Power of Positivity in '45 Seconds of Laughter' Doc
'It: Chapter 2' Is Pennywise But Pace Foolish
'It Chapter Two' Review: The Really Scary Thing Is the Runtime
Film Review: It: Chapter Two Is Messy, Exhausting, But Downright Affecting
IT Chapter Two Review
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Falling Inn Love Review
Venice 2019: Soderbergh's Ingenious Money Satire 'The Laundromat'
Venice 2019: Todd Phillips' Demented 'Joker' Movie Doesn't Hold Back
DVD Round-up: August 2019 edition
Venice 2019: Haifaa Al-Mansour's 'The Perfect Candidate' is Inspiring
Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool Review: An Expansive Look at the Jazz Legend
Itsy Bitsy Review: Killer Spider Movie Will Make Your Skin Crawl
'Angel Has Fallen' Review: Another Middling Entry in a Mediocre Franchise
'Luce' Review: Contemporary Drama Fails To Match Its Ambition
'Ready or Not' Review: The Best Horror Film of The Year
Carnival Row Review: Amazon’s Victoriana Fantasy Is Heavy on the Politics, Light on the Heart
Venice 2019: James Gray Goes on a Trip into Deep Space in 'Ad Astra'
Don't Let Go Review
Film Review: Fred Durst's The Fanatic Fails John Travolta
Venice 2019: 'Marriage Story' is One of Noah Baumbach's Finest Films
Don't Let Go Review: Strong Performances Uplift Time Travel Thriller
Film Review: The Souvenir
Film Review: Bait
Fall movies 2019: Here's what's coming as Oscar season begins
Official Secrets Review: Keira Knightley Is Fantastic as Iraq War Whistleblower
Film Review: Tigers Are Not Afraid Is a Furious Elegy to the Ghosts of the Mexican Drug War
Film Review: Memory: The Origins of Alien
'Ready or Not' brings blood, laughs to the altar
Bell is brilliant in 'Brittany Runs a Marathon'
Film Review: Hail Satan?
Film Review: Angel Has Fallen Needs More Nick Nolte
Survival Thriller 'Ready or Not' Packs Heat & Plays for Keeps
Angel Has Fallen Review #2: Non-Stop Explosive Action Overshadows Any Shortcomings
Angel Has Fallen Review: A Late Summer Action Surprise
Brittany Runs A Marathon Review
Angel Has Fallen Review
Film Review: Pain and Glory
Ready Or Not Review
Film Review: Ready or Not Is the Horror Comedy of 2019
Ready or Not Review: The Hunt Is on in This Devilishly Funny Black Comedy
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47 Meters Down: Uncaged Review
End of the Century
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Where'd You Go, Bernadette Review
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Sacred Games 2 Review: India’s First Netflix Series Is More Reflective and Urgent on Return
Film Review: 47 Meters Down: Uncaged Delivers Non-Stop, Anxiety-Inducing Terror
Blinded by The Light Review: The Feel-Good Movie of The Summer
Film Review: Good Boys Is More Than Just Middle-Schoolers Cursing
Film Review: Blinded by the Light Is a Giddy Celebration of Love, Youth, and Bruce Springsteen
'Good Boys' Review: The New Gold Standard For Sleepover Party Movies
The Angry Birds Movie 2 Review
Good Boys Review
Blinded By The Light Review
The Angry Birds Movie 2 Review: A Fun Sequel That Surpasses the First
'Brian Banks' Review: Formulaic Biopic Still Inspires
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Film Review: Notorious
The Peanut Butter Falcon Review
Dora And The Lost City Of Gold Review
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The Kitchen Review: Female Gangster Flick Fizzles
'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' Review: A Spooky Summer Treat
Film Review: Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark Isn't Really All That Scary
Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark Review
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The Kitchen Review
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What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Deep Space Nine Review: An Amazing Documentary
The Art Of Racing In The Rain Review
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Anthem Film Review: Libertarians are Funny - Here's Proof
Film Review: Une Femme Douce
The VelociPastor Review: A Parody That Forgets What It's Supposed to Be
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Film Review: Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw
Film Review: The Nightingale Revisits an Ugly Side of History With a Torn Conscience
Peanut Butter Falcon Review: Shia LaBeouf & Dakota Johnson Deliver Uplifting Greatness
Anthem Film Festival Review: 'The Fight of Our Lives' Posits Collapse of Western Civilization
Fast and Furious: Hobbs and Shaw Review: An Over-the-Top Action Showcase, Minus the Emotional Depth of the Series’ Zenith
'Hobbs & Shaw' Delivers Big Tag-Team Action By the Truckload
Anthem Film Festival Reviews: Freedom - Economic, Personal and Political
The Red Sea Diving Resort Review
Hobbs & Shaw Review: A Bloated, Numbing Action Spectacle
Hobbs And Shaw Review
Film Review: Hobbs and Shaw Amps Up the Fast and Furious Series' Brain-Dead Charm
'Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw' Review: Caught Between a Rock and Jason Statham
Brian Banks Review: A Harrowing True Story of False Accusation
DVD Round-up: June and July 2019 edition
Classic Film Review: Drop Dead Gorgeous Embraced Weird Humor Before Weird Went Mainstream
Anthem Film Review: Three Films Out of Iran
Anthem Film Review: 'No Safe Spaces' Redux and Grand Prize, Too
Once Upon A Time in Hollywood Review: An Overindulgent, Brilliantly Acted Fantasy
Skin Review: Jamie Bell Astonishes in Brutal White Supremacist Redemption Tale
'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Review: Quentin Tarantino's Farewell Tour Begins
Film Review: Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love
Film Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Offers Something New with a Lot of Old Props
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Review
Movie Review: 'For Sama'
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Secret Obsession Review
Favreau's Photorealistic 'The Lion King' Movie Roars to Life
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Classic Film Review: The Blair Witch Project Remains a Spooky Time Capsule of Guerrilla Filmmaking
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Point Blank Review
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The Lion King Review: Hakuna Matata Gets an Eye-Popping Update
Film Review: The Lion King Suffers from an Identity Crisis in Jon Favreau's Sleek Retelling
'The Lion King' Review: No, I Cannot Feel the Love Tonight
The Lion King Review
The Farewell Review
Classic Film Review: 20 Years Later, American Pie Comes Across Like a Starter Kit for Incels
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Film Review: The Art of Self-Defense is a Funny and Deeply Unnerving Dissection of the "Alpha Male"
Film Review: Stuber Thrives as an Action Movie, Not So Much as a Comedy
The Art Of Self-Defense Review
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