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The news out of Hollywood in 2017 was generally bad, involving as it did serial sexual harassment and abuse on the part of film executives and cherished actors now forever disgraced and lost to the … more
It's hard to say what's better about the first half of Alexander Payne's wonderfully weird — or is it weirdly wonderful? — "Downsizing": the audacity of its premise, or the delicious … more
In the late spring of 1940, German forces invaded Belgium and France and pushed most of the British army onto a beach in the French coastal town of Dunkirk. Neville Chamberlain, the British prime … more
Sorry, Pitches, but it's a good thing "Pitch Perfect 3 " is billed as the farewell tour for this musical franchise. It hasn't jumped the shark, exactly, but it does send its singing Bellas jumping … more
A warm, generous spirit of affection and insurrection washes over Guillermo del Toro's "The Shape of Water," a Cold War-era fairytale that submerges you in the fantastical realm of the director's … more
COCO (PG)In preparation for the Day of the Dead holiday, a 12-year-old named Miguel (newcomer Anthony Gonzalez), with the heart of a musician born into a family of shoemakers who've banned music for … more
Early in "The Greatest Showman," P.T. Barnum, played with gung-ho sincerity by Hugh Jackman, says he has long served up hokum but now wants to do more for his audience: "Just once I'd like to give … more
More than two decades after Robin Williams conquered that pesky board game, "Jumanji" has been resurrected with more and glossier stars (Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Jack Black), a comedy director … more
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