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‘Under the Wire’ Film Review: Hard-Hitting Doc Examines the Woman Behind ‘A Private War’

‘under the wire’ film review: hard-hitting doc examines the woman behind ‘a private war’
When does sacrifice become sanctimonious? That’s the question that nags in “Under the Wire,” Christopher Martin’s documentary about fallen Sunday Times war correspondent Marie Colvin and her..
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‘Creed II’ Film Review: Michael B Jordan and Sylvester Stallone Return for Serviceable Sequel

‘creed ii’ film review: michael b jordan and sylvester stallone return for serviceable sequel
How in the world did we get two spinoffs out of “Rocky IV”? Granted, it’s not the most pressing question on your mind as you watch the agreeably paint-by-numbers “Creed II,” the inevitable..
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Videos for Movies: Movie Reviews

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Chapa Kurishu movie review starring Fahadh Faasil and Vineeth Sreenivasan

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"The Ballad of Buster Scruggs" review by Kenneth Turan  02:36

The Coen brothers’ new epic, “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs,” is an anthology film, a collection of short segments combined under a framing device to make a feature-length whole.

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‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ Film Review: Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie Make Worthy, Regal Adversaries

‘mary, queen of scots’ film review: saoirse ronan and margot robbie make worthy, regal adversaries
Period pieces have always been a bit bittersweet for me: Stunning costumes aside, the films rarely offer something to which a woman or a person of color can connect. Historical tales often cast women..
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Claire Foy in The Girl in the Spider’s Web movie review

The Girl in the Spider’s Web is an attempt to reboot the potential franchise started by the English-language reboot of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, but it did not open well, with less than $10..
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‘Shoah: Four Sisters’ Film Review: Claude Lanzmann’s Final Holocaust Documentary Features Improbable Survivors

‘shoah: four sisters’ film review: claude lanzmann’s final holocaust documentary features improbable survivors
They aren’t sisters in a familial sense. But Ruth Elias, Ada Lichtman, Hanna Marton, and Paula Biren share a terrible kinship: They are the only people from their respective families to survive the..
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‘Widows’ Film Review: Viola Davis, Steve McQueen Team Up for a Curious Heist Movie

‘widows’ film review: viola davis, steve mcqueen team up for a curious heist movie
If you’re looking for a curious combination of filmmaker and subject matter at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, look no further than Steve McQueen’s “Widows,” which had its..
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‘Green Book’ Film Review: Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali Take a Perilous Road Trip Through the Deep South

‘green book’ film review: viggo mortensen and mahershala ali take a perilous road trip through the deep south
Melissa McCarthy, Steve Carell and Dave Chappelle are among the onetime comedians delivering dramatic performances at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, and on Tuesday director Peter..
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‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Film Review: Disappointing Sequel Offers a Few Good Clicks

‘ralph breaks the internet’ film review: disappointing sequel offers a few good clicks
If you’ve ever had Amazon remove a book from your Kindle or Apple snatch music out of your iTunes library, you know that one of the evil agendas of the internet is to make you buy the same media over..
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‘At Eternity’s Gate’ Film Review: Willem Dafoe Brushes With Brilliance in Van Gogh Biopic

‘at eternity’s gate’ film review: willem dafoe brushes with brilliance in van gogh biopic
Biographies of famous artists are nothing new, but “At Eternity’s Gate” feels a little special. Director Julian Schnabel’s film explores the life of renowned artist Vincent Van Gogh, and it..
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‘Instant Family’ Film Review: Rose Byrne and Mark Wahlberg Weather the Rocky Adoption Process

‘instant family’ film review: rose byrne and mark wahlberg weather the rocky adoption process
Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne adopt three kids at once in “Instant Family,” a film that looks, sounds, and sometimes acts like a dumb comedy. But stick with it, and you’ll discover that Sean..
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Kiersey Clemons to Produce, Star in Film About Youngest Female NY Stock Exchange Trader

kiersey clemons to produce, star in film about youngest female ny stock exchange trader
AGC Studios announced on Tuesday that it’s acquired the life rights for the story of Lauren Simmons, the youngest female trader to work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The studio has..
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‘Bird Box’ Film Review: Sandra Bullock Battles Her Fears in Thoughtful Thriller

‘bird box’ film review: sandra bullock battles her fears in thoughtful thriller
There is no shortage of post-apocalyptic thrillers in film; audiences seem to be obsessed with watching, analyzing and thinking about when and how humanity will reach its end. “Bird Box,” the..
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‘Roma': Watch Trailer for Alfonso Cuarón’s Oscar Contender (Video)

‘roma': watch trailer for alfonso cuarón’s oscar contender (video)
Netflix dropped the first full worldwide trailer for Academy Award-winning director Alfonso Cuarón’s beautiful black-and-white family epic, “Roma,” on Tuesday. The film, which won the Golden..
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Aretha Franklin's 'Amazing Grace': Film Review

At the start of the 1970s, Aretha Franklin was a megastar, having had her Muscle Shoals breakthrough and delivering singles including "I Never...
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Movie Review: 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?' is Melissa McCarthy's Oscar calling card

“I’m a better Dorothy Parker than Dorothy Parker!”  So proclaims Lee Israel (Melissa McCarthy), the sad-sack, sourly funny anti-heroine of “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” Set in the early 1990s,..
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movie review: the grinch
by Graham Pierrepoint - THE GRINCH IMDb Dir: Scott Mosier and Yarrow Cheney Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Rashida Jones, Kenan Thompson, Cameron Seely, Angela Lansbury 4 STARS (out of 5) Yes..
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Chris Pine in Outlaw King movie review

Outlaw King, aka the movie with the Pine nuts, is a spiritual sequel to Braveheart, overlapping with the end of that movie to tell the story of Robert the Bruce, the man who finished the job and..
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‘Searching for Ingmar Bergman’ Film Review: Margarethe von Trotta Explores Her Love of Swedish Auteur’s Work

‘searching for ingmar bergman’ film review: margarethe von trotta explores her love of swedish auteur’s work
In the category of culture-driven documentaries that focus on film history, a particularly enjoyable subset of that subset is the kind made by noteworthy artists themselves. There’s Martin Scorsese..
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‘Overlord’ Film Review: Great Video Game Movie That’s Not Based on a Video Game

‘overlord’ film review: great video game movie that’s not based on a video game
“Overlord” is one of the best video game movies ever made, and it’s not even based on a video game. Filmmakers have been struggling for decades to adapt an actual video game story into a great..
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‘On the Basis of Sex’ Film Review: RBG Biopic Celebrates the Political and the Personal

‘on the basis of sex’ film review: rbg biopic celebrates the political and the personal
How do you make a biopic about one of the greatest living legal and political legends of our lifetime? For one, you don’t. It’s far too great a task to summarize in just two hours the work of..
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