Review: ‘Vanguard’Jackie Chan Is Reduced To Comic Relief In A Lousy 007-Knockoff

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I know it's unfair to expect Jackie Chan, at 66 years young, to be the same wildly athletic guy he was 25 years ago...

‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 Episode 4 Review: ‘The Siege’

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After last week's excellent episode of The Mandalorian and its exciting tease of Ahsoka Tano, I joked that we probably wouldn't see her any time...

Review: ‘Mank’Gary Oldman Shines In David Fincher's Immersive, Darkly Comic Love Letter To One...

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Citizen Kane is one of those films every critic is intimately familiar with. You can't have gotten very far without tangling with it at some...

Review: ‘Girl’Bella Thorne Gives A Must-See Performance In A Down 'n Dirty Revenge Movie

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It's impossible to escape the specter that seems to follow around the stars of Girl, the gritty new film from director Chad Faust. You...

‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 Episode 3 Review: ‘The Heiress’

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Finally! An episode of The Mandalorian so good I immediately watched it a second time. I popped so hard for some of the stuff...

Review: ‘Come Away’Peter Pan And Alice In Wonderland Are Given Grim Origin Stories

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*NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the Sundance Film Festival.* If Brenda Chapman’s name is familiar to you, it’s probably also what...

Review: ‘Freaky’Vince Vaughn Is At His Scariest As A Teenage Girl In This Wild,...

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Nobody makes horror movies fun quite like Christopher Landon. The Paranormal Activity filmmaker leapt from those found-footage flicks into lighter genre fare with Scouts...

Review: ‘Fatman’Mel Gibson Is A Hard-Drinking, Gun-Toting Santa In A Christmas Comedy Without Holiday...

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Let me be real on something here: Fatman is the sort of film most people are going to see purely for the shock, and...

Review: ‘Hillbilly Elegy’Amy Adams And Glenn Close Go Big In Ron Howard's Safe Adaptation...

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I'll be straight-up: I hate J.D. Vance's book Hillbilly Elegy. The 2016 memoir became the go-to shorthand for political pundits looking to excuse Trump...

Review: ‘Kindred’Race And Women's Rights Converge In Joe Marcantonio's Tense Gaslighting Horror

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In the grim, stony English manor in which Joe Marcantonio's Kindred mostly takes place, the walls are lined with portraits of white colonialists, men...